I was very excited that both my Bengals cats and Servals like this food. No issues whatsoever getting them to eat it. Actually, my Servals were all over me to the point I was getting a bit nervous lol. I feed my own raw diet normally but am incorporating one feeding a day of the Zupreme now because I’m too busy at work to grind as much of my own raw. It’s a great option to have and I’m glad I saw it recommended on another Serval breeders website.
My cats are not wanting to eat this food at all, I even tried to mix it with the one they like and they don't even want to touch it.
None of my five domestic cats was impressed - would pick at only until something else was provided. While "Feline Diet" is specified on the front of the can, there's a caveat in the fine print on the back: formulated for non-domestic carnivores. I thought "exotic" felines demanded gourmet food, so wanted to give my ordinary felines a treat. Fortunately, the dogs like it.
My babies and adult happily dig in and stay very healthy. They require a high protein, high fat, high calories diet. I have to be sure the dogs and cats can't get to it or they'll eat it first.
I mix this with Royal Canin kitten canned to feed my Maine Coon kitten. Took a few days of slow introduction to get her to accept it, but now she happily eats it. It’s very energy dense from animal sources and is thus great for cats with higher energy needs. My kitten has had a good growth so far on it. It’s also not expensive by caloric content, so I recommend this as a good quality affordable wet food.
I was excited about offering a food that is recommended for early generation hybrids but it was a def no from my Thor. My domestic cat wouldn’t go near it.
Great everyday feed or supplement in between raw feeds