Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 34
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kelcey Finicky cat loves this food!
I adopted a cat about 7 months ago. She was use to eating Purina, and fancy feast and was gaining weight very fast! I wanted to find a healthier, and more natural food for her.
I tired everything from Wellness, Nutro, to Natural Balance, both wet foods and dry foods, and everything that was recommended to me. And she wouldn't even touch it. I decided to give this stuff a shot and she loves it! She has half a can of wet food at night, and 1/2 a cup of dry food in the morning, she has maintained a healthy weight and is very active and happy. She loves this food! And she will only eat their treats, I tried less expensive brands for treats and she won't touch them.
Simply Nourish has great ingredients, and essentials that your cat really wants and needs. Definitely going to continue feeding this brand to my kitty and my future pets!
August 16, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by BA52 Grain Free, high quality and the Chicken and Duck Stew is a hit with my 3 cats.
July 2, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by newkittenownerz My cats love this food!
One of my cats developed an allergy to chicken. To be safe, my vet recommended serving the cats some food with only fish. It was almost impossible to find any food that didn't have chicken or beef in it (everything has chicken broth!). I found this tuna and potato stew and thought it would work perfectly. And it did! Both of the cats love it so I don't have to feed them separately. They lick their bowls clean, which they never did with any of the other wet or dry foods we fed them. It gets expensive to feed them twice a day, one can each. But it's worth it to see the cats healthy and loving the food.
June 24, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Khristofor Looks good, tastes good, my cats approve, but....
Everything about this product is great - but it's probably not the best choice for a senior cat (both of my boys are about 15-16 years old). The meat portions look great and are probably the right amount for my boys, but unfortunately, they no longer have the chew ability/teeth to eat it, therefore, they lick up all the broth and try to eat a little of the meat. Perhaps you could develop something for senior cats - although no pates - my boys tend to get sick with pates.
June 12, 2015