- Grain-free for your carnivorous cat
- Fresh salmon, chicken liver and roasted venison
- Provides ideal protein nutrition with a taste cats love
No Cats Meow….
We don’t like the new formula
I went back to the local store and they had a few of the older recipes and I I bought all they had.
Cans that are marked with a thin green band with the words “New Formula with Increased Flavor” are inferior.
Cats in my vicinity hate this stuff
A Better Diet for Cats
I give two stars because atleast the one cat doesn’t back away from it. She takes a couple slurps and then leaves. Fair enough for a 2 star rating IMO.
kitty crack, but in a good way
Changed their preparation – consistency issues?
ORIGINAL: My cat goes crazy for this wet food. When he was younger (about 7 months ago), I tried to give him the same brand dry food supplemented with this wet food, but we had vomit problems with the wet food. When I re-introduced this wet food about a month ago because I was concerned about only giving him dry food, it was like night and day. He gobbles it all up every day, and there have been no vomit issues whatsoever. He knows that morning time is when he gets his morsels, and he sits in the middle of the kitchen and cries until I give it to him.
I like that this food comes in larger chunks rather than tiny shredded pieces. It reduces the mess the cat makes in and around his bowl. I also like that there are few artificial ingredients, just like the same version dry food. The cans are only 3 ounces each, which is small if this were the only food you’re feeding your cat, but for our purposes of half a can supplement a day, it’s perfect. I just feed half a can and put the other half in the fridge for the next day.
Ingredients are Very Good, and My Cats Like It
The Taste of the Wild Rocky Mountain Feline Formula in Gravy was well received by all four of my cats, and I am very pleased with its ingredients. The ingredient list is my first test, and if I don’t like the ingredients, my cats never get to taste the food. I happen to know that there are some pretty bad cat foods on the market that my cats will nevertheless like the taste of, so I don’t leave everything up to an animal that is unable to read the ingredient list. The first ingredients are as follows: Salmon, fish broth, chicken broth, chicken liver, chicken, dried egg white, ocean fish, peas, modified potato starch, natural flavor, roasted salmon…
I am always curious about listed ingredients such as “natural flavor” – natural flavor of what? But that strange ingredient is listed tenth from the top, so there’s probably not very much of whatever it is. Other than that, everything in the ingredient list is recognizable to me as being either a natural food, vitamin, mineral or other necessary ingredient.
In summary, the ingredients are very good and my cats like the taste, so Taste of the Wild is a go in this family. It’s not the only food that I’ll feed them by any means, and Blue Buffalo will continue to be my staple, as far as kibble goes, but Taste of the Wild has earned its place in my canned food rotation.