Made no difference to persistent diarrhea in my cat, despite feeding this for over a week. Waste of time and money
Helps Noodles with his lazy constipated colon issues. And Diva with her IBS 🙂 I have had to change their diet. I have switched food up sometimes as they get bored. But their issues come back so I reorder. I’m also finding some of the “special food” I used to order is no longer available, so I’m hopeful same doesn’t happen here.
My cat will not eat eat
Recommend by my vets as my cat got sensitive stomach but he will not eat it would rather starve ….more flavours might help
Helps settle stomach
My 9 month old kitten has a very sensitive stomach, if he eats anything he’s foraged from outside or is the tiniest bit stressed he gets very loose stinky poos but this settles him right down. It’s more expensive than store brand cat food but a lot cheaper than the bland food he gets from the vets when he’s got diarrhoea. I keep these on hand and don’t even need logic/pro-kolin. Have bought the dry food too and will be checking out how that fares
Unfortunately my cat would rather stave himself that eat this food . It’s not for him . Vets recommended it but I don’t .
Even Non-Faddy Cat Won’t Eat This!
I have 2 rescue cats with sensitive tummies. My male cat has never been faddy before, although the female is. But, they both sniffed this and walked off, even the male. He’s never refused to eat wet cat food - ever! I’ve tried it with cheese or sardines to tempt them, but not even then will they eat it, so I’ve wasted a lot of money, due to the majority of reviews being good! Very disappointed. I’ve got 6 boxes going to waste! Back to Royal Canin. Expensive but at least they eat it all!
Much better than the Tins
Nala much prefers the pouches to the tins. The pouches are small lumps on gravy where as the tins are very much a moist pate texture.
Great for digestive issues
Regular wet cat food seemed to give my cat runny poo and regular dry food gave my cat constipation. This leaves his poo fairly normal (this in addition to some pumpkin purée). He definitely prefers wet food so I’m happy there is a wet food alternative for my sensitive cat.
Awful, why anyone pay for this is beyond me
I got this recommendation by a vet ( read about why vets recommend purina, Royal canin, hills etc) My kittens poo was black so I thought it's blood and send it to lab, turns out it was this food!!! I read into what this is made of and it surely CANNOT help the digestive system... Come on! Buy some good quality mousse, not this rubbish. Learn to Read labels! It's meant to contain meat! If it doesn't say what its made of- da!
Bought this product for my elderly but active cat,19 years. She was prone to diarrhoea as many other cat foods were too rich for her. The food is very palatable, looks good and she eats well.This has turned her life around and all bodily functions are now normal! Would certainly recommend this and the salmon variety. Service and delivery is excellent, as is the price!
Great vet food for good price
I spare no expense on my pets - good food is cheaper than vet costs after poor quality ones. My older snow bengal has gastrointestinal problems. Until now I used Royal Canine gastro, which was the only option and very expensive. Until now, when I found this. My cat likes this one much better and it is a bit softer and easier for her to swallow. Also the poo is not so runny almost normal consistency. So far so good.