Chicken and salmon flavour are great
Chicken and salmon are great, my cat loves them, they have a pate texture so theyre easy for him to eat too! The beef and rabbit have more of a grizzly texture, in the beef one i had to take big chunks of hard rind out and those flavours cause my cat sickness and diarrhea which is really what you dont want when your cat is on insulin! 4* due to that, not sure if any one else has had this problem but definitely recommend the chicken and salmon as i saw a real improvement in his glucose curves.
My cats eat the 100g tins but refuse the 200g tins- weird!
The chicken and beef are devoured in the 100g tins, but when I tried to reduce the costs and buy the larger 200g tins, they sniff it and walk away! The consistency and texture varies visibly between the two and there is a greater percentage of white fatty deposits in the 200g tins. I have no way of knowing the contents but my cats sure seem to be able to tell that something is different. SO far I throw away more than they eat so the 200g tins are not a cost saving- be warned.
Not as yummy but cat is happy.
It's been hard transitioning my diabetic cat to a high protein diet. He is accustomed to Almo Nature at his 12 hourly insulin times and has this in between to graze on from his feeder. So far so good.