|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Tuna, Water Sufficient For Processing, Tilapia...||Tilapia, Tilapia Broth, Mackerel...||Water Sufficient For Processing, Tuna Red Meat, Mackerel...||Fish Broth, Tuna, Potato...||Water Sufficient For Processing, Sardine, Tuna...|
|Food Flavor||Seafood & Fish, Tuna||Seafood & Fish||Seafood & Fish, Tuna||Seafood & Fish, Tuna||Seafood & Fish, Tuna|
|Special Diet||Gluten Free, Grain-Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy...||Gluten Free, Grain-Free, High-Protein...||Gluten Free, Grain-Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy...||Gluten Free, Grain-Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy...||Gluten Free, Grain-Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy...|
|Health Feature||Urinary Tract Health, Vitamins & Minerals||High Protein||Urinary Tract Health, Vitamins & Minerals||Vitamins & Minerals||Urinary Tract Health, Vitamins & Minerals|
|Food Texture||Chunks in Gravy||Sliced||Chunks in Gravy||Chunks in Gravy||Chunks in Gravy|
|Food Form||Wet Food||Wet Food||Wet Food||Wet Food||Wet Food|
i'd previously bought this Mideast Feast in a variety pack of 5.5oz cans and found all cats loved it so bought the 10oz option and am amazed at this first can used: the amount of Tilapia is amazing and if all the other cans are like this i'll definitely be reordering. the fish does need to be broken up and i do generally mix with a pate but above all other varieties, this one is the most widely accepted and bowls are all clean!
Hooray for weruva! My very finicky foster cat, Chewy, loves this! When he was surrendered back to us, we were told he was very finicky and only ate kibble. We were given this as a sample at an adoption event and he LOVES it!
I transitioned my 10-year-old cat to lower phosphorus food six months ago after the vet noticed early signs of chronic kidney disease. He's been eating a 3 oz can of Mideast Feast for dinner daily (he also gets Weruva Paw Lickin Chicken for breakfast and a small pate for lunch). I was impressed by the "real" fish chunks in the can, they almost seem human-grade. Similar to the commenter below, the most recent 3 oz x 24 case I purchased had a different grayish film. My cat has been vomiting every morning before breakfast, around 6 am, for the past 8 days. He also developed a rash/sores on his belly, and I had to cone him. Last night I stopped feeding him Mideast Feast, and today is the first day he stopped vomiting! So much relief for me, I thought the CKD was progressing. Obviously every cat is different, and this might work for yours, but I am really concerned about the quality and had to let others know. I'll no longer be purchasing Mideast Feast.
Mideast Feast was my cats' favorite food until I opened cans of a recent order that had a white thick goop on top. I think I was told by Chewy to contact Weruva which I did only for them not to know what I was talking about (yeah right!) & to submit a photo to send to them bc they told me "There's no formula change". Obviously, there is bc before I give it to my cats, I have to skim off as much of this white thick goop! I guess it's more potato starch? But it's a noticeable difference and I won't be buying this product anymore! My cats don't need to get sick from their food! Makes me think that they really should be on a RAW Food diet bc outside cats eat birds etc & Weruva has more fish and many thickener too. Other than the shredded chicken, there's really not much variety!
My picky cat likes this food and has been successfully eating this for the past half year. I like that it doesn't seem to have as much gums as the other weruva products and doesn't smell very strong.
One of our babies is allergic to chicken. Firstly. It's difficult to find food with no chicken, second food that tastes good. This Weruva fits the bill! All of our kitties enjoy it -
I have a senior cat that is a very picky eater. I started mixing a little of this into her regular wet food and it does the trick. Expensive but seems to be tasty.
Have been a repeat purchase since forever! Great value and the fish are huge!! Have to break them up but that just shows the quality of Weruva.
We have always loved Weruva at our house. The cats have been eating it forever. This time when I open the can, there is a greyish film covering the top. (You can’t see it so we’ll in the picture) I fed it to the cats anyways thinking maybe it was just part of the fish. The cats won’t touch it until they decide they’re starving. I figured they weren’t eating as much because they have been stressed. Then they get diarrhea. Vet and I figure it’s probably also from the stress. They get on anxiety meds and anti-diarrheal. Still having diarrhea. Then I switch them off of Weruva and the diarrhea disappears. I still have many cans of Weruva so I though we’d give it one more try. They instantly got diarrhea again. I don’t know if it’s just this batch in particular, but we will probably never try Weruva again. It’s too expensive to just have to throw out a whole order.
My cats loved this product. But lately they stop eating it. I checked the product specification and noticed that the primary ingredient is tuna. Cays knew it before me. WHy would the product be mislabeled like that?