Wellness Complete Health Natural Dry Cat Food

Wellness Complete Health Natural Dry Cat Food, Kitten Health Recipe, is healthy, natural cat food for kittens made with carefully chosen, authentic ingredients for everyday health and provide an optimal balance of nutrient-rich whole foods and vitamins and minerals to fulfill the unique health needs of your growing cat, providing whole-body nutritional support to promote complete health. Wellness Complete Health Dry Cat Food supports your cat’s balanced natural nutrition, overall health and vitality, healthy weight goals, optimal nutrient absorption, skin and coat health, digestive health, urinary tract health all with natural and delicious ingredients to provide a guaranteed great taste that cats love.

Quick facts

  • HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY: Save $10 when you buy $75 on select Wellness natural dog and cat food. Some exclusions may apply. Discount applied at checkout. Offer runs 5/1/2016 to 5/31/2016
  • COMPLETE HEALTH: 100% complete and balanced everyday nutrition for your kitten
  • KITTEN FORMULA: Delicious dry kitten food made with quality proteins including chicken and added taurine for healthy eye and heart development
  • ALL NATURAL: Contains only premium, all natural ingredients with no wheat, corn, soy, meat by-products, artificial flavors, colors or preservatives
  • MADE IN USA: Backed by the Wellness Guarantee and proudly made only in the USA

Top reviews

misses the mark

I switched our 10 week old kitten from Science Diet Kitten to Wellness Kitten because she had the runs from the 1st day we adopted her. The shelter first said she never had diarrhea, then admitted she got the runs when she was spayed 2 days before we picked her up. So we are dealing with the unknown. Two stool tests were negative so we feel this might be food-related. This kitten was also being fed wet food with the kibble (Purina Pro Plan Kitten) I did some online research and decided to stop the dry food as it contained grains which is very bad for the runs. And I also stopped the Wellness dry as it has grains. The diarrhea has lessened, but it’s been 2 weeks now & I’m still stumped. I did add some dry baby rice cereal into her canned food, and also include a capsule of probiotics (spread out over 4 daily meals). She had a more formed stool today, so maybe she’s turning the corner.

I also question Wellness putting vegetables/fruits in this kitten food! These are NOT foods cats would eat in the wild. Is this just another company trying to make a buck off us by putting in things we know are good for human health? That would be the ultimate con job. I truly don’t think cats need to eat fruits & veggies, so Wellness is fast going to the bottom of my feeding list of good foods for cats.

In fact, almost all cat food companies put out junk food for our beloved forever friends!
I will continue to try to find something more appropriate for this kitten, and another kitten, adopted a week later, from a different litter (and w/no digestive issues – she was/still is being fed Petsmart brand Authority wet & dry – the dry contains grains/corn, but I won’t switch her as her digestion works great on it)

Wellness came highly recommended to me, but my search for a grain-free/veggie/fruit-free/wheat-free kitten dry kibble continues….so Wellness Kitten kibble is off my list. I will try their canned Kitten formula but not easy to find thus far.

TarraTaneyville, MO

Very Dissappointed wtih recent Wellness company news

Today, I discovered that the Wellness company (Wellpet) was recently acquired by Berwind […], an investment management company with a portfolio primarily consisting of coal mining and chemical corporations. My personal beliefs are very much centered around conservation, the environment, and supporting clean and sustainable energy industries so to find this news out is quite a blow. I actively try my best to avoid supporting the dirty industries of this world, therefore I’ll no longer be buying Wellness products as difficult as it may be:

For the last 6 years I have fed my cats Wellness dry & wet cat food with excellent results. Last year, my cat Isaac passed away. He was a special needs cat since a kitten and as an adult cat, many vets told me repeatedly that I should probably put him to sleep due to his condition (various over the years: arthritis, megacolon, leg paralysis, neurological issues, & urinary tract infections). Isaac wasn’t supposed to live past 16 years old but thanks to a Wellness diet and lots of love, he lived to the old age of 22.

CoreyLumberton, NC

Good nutrition, but my cats will not eat it

I brought home two bengal kittens (12 weeks old) and after a bunch of research, decided on this dry food by Wellness. It offers high quality meat, excellent ingredients overall, low carbs, etc. The problem is that neither of my kittens will touch the stuff. This seems to be a common problem too, because in the latest “Bengals Illustrated”, they gave Wellness a very low rating in terms of desirability to cats (i.e., how much they like it). Too bad. Also, one must consider the recent recall of Wellness food (their canned food actually, but same company). Can we trust them?
GlennDundee, FL

Shop local

Our kitten loves it!

We ordered this because we couldn’t find any locally. Now our feed store carries it at half what it cost us to buy it here.

HaileyWolf Creek, MT

Great kitten food!

This dry food is great! My kitten (5 mos. old) has been eating it since I brought her home when she was just 8 weeks old. I bought it because it is a good quality food that I feel safe feeding to my little one. She eats this along with Wellness wet food. Her coat is beautiful and she’s had no health problems. She is not overweight so I think this is a good food to control weight if your cat is self-fed. It is of course pricier than other brands but I am willing to pay that to know that my kitten is eating healthy, high-quality food.
DianWisconsin Rapids, WI

Good ingredients, reasonable price, kittens tolerate it

I did a bunch of research on cat foods, and realized that although wet food was recommended (no grain, more moisture), I was not available to provide my kittens the frequent feedings they would need throughout the day, so I decided that leaving out wellness kitten health dry food and supplementing that with wellness canned food for breakfast and dinner was a good compromise.

Why Wellness in particular? It has more quality muscle meat and less grain than most dry cat foods, it is one of several dry foods that are recommended by cat dieticians (do your own research on the web, you’ll see), it’s not insanely expensive, and it is widely available, both online and in local pet shops.

This approach has worked well so far. The kittens were used to an exclusive diet of Royal Canin dry food (which is awful stuff) when I took them home, so it took a few weeks of mixing the wellness dry food with Roayal Canin dry food to get them to accept it. Wellness has *much* better ingredients than Royal Canin though, so it was worth the effort. They actually got to the point where now they were sifting through the mixture of both foods to pull out just the Wellness bits, so I knew it was time to stop mixing.

Now I’ve got them on an all-wellness diet things are going very well. Their poo’s are firm (which is not the case for many bengal kittens), they enjoy the food, and I have the satisfaction of knowing that I am giving them something of really good quality.

MiguelHahnville, LA

Very Fresh

I have both my Kitten and Adult cat on Wellness formulas. I’ve noticed that the product is always fresh, because it has a nice smell and a crispier crunch than any of the other brands we’ved tried in the past. They also prefer the the taste over past brands. My older cat also tends to have digestive issues, but her movements have been normal and less stinky with Wellness.
TonetteGriffin, GA

Too “holistic” for my kitty

Gives my 6-month-old cat diarrhea. I even slowly introduced her to it, mixing with other foods, then only giving her Wellness kibble by itself. I think it’s “too healthy” for her with all the fiber(she was a stray when I took her in). At least now I can feel better about giving her the less-expensive brand of cat food!(Going back to Iam’s, which seemed fine for her at the start.)
GwynethErie, PA

Love it

My kitten hasnt been a big fan of dry food until i got him Wellness. I cant pry him from his dish while he is eating. With other brands it would take him a couple hours to finish a dish, now he eats all in one sitting. Plus the ingredients are great.
FlorindaTaberg, NY

Great food.

I have had my kitten on this food since I adopted him 4 months ago. He loves it and he has a wonderful healthy coat with no heath problems. No vomiting as I’ve had with other brands for other cats.
MarcySan Angelo, TX

Best Kitten Hard Food

My kittens have been eating this for over 4 months, and its their favorite hard food. I typically only buy healthy cat foods like wellness, and I’ve found this price to be reasonable.
UnCatawba, NC

Great premium dry food

I’ve been using Wellness Kitten Health dry food for about 3 months now and my little kitten loves it. I use a Petmate Le Bistro with scheduled feedings and he always finishes his meal. He seems to be growing nicely, is not overweight or underweight, and was healthy at his last vet checkup. This food is a bit pricier than other brands but the premium ingredients and guaranteed nutritional content make it worth it in my opinion. Also a plus is that it doesn’t have a strong odor. Highly recommended.

Pros:
My kitten loves it
Premium ingredients, nutritional balance
Minimal odor

Cons:
Slightly expensive

Bottom line: A premium dry food designed for kittens that my kitten loves. What more could I ask for?

HollieRed Lodge, MT

Sadie loves this

My 3 1/2 month old kitten Sadie just loves this food. She has lots of energy and none of the bloat that other foods gave my other cats. I would recommend this food for anyone with kittens.
DelmaMyra, TX

Wellness Kitten Health Dry Kitten Food

My 6 month old male Tuxedo cat likes Wellness Kitten Health Dry Kitten Food which is a round pellet shaped kibble. It contains no meat by-products, corn, corn gluten, wheat soy, artificial preservatives colors or flavors. Based on the stated ingredients and nutritional information, I award Wellness Kitten Health Dry Kitten Food “5 Stars,” and would think that this kibble should be applicable to cats of all ages, even though the bag seems to designate it only as kitten food. The plastic bag is one of the nicest kibble, dry cat food bags on the market, featuring a resealable strip, which is a nice feature that some other kibble cat food bags, that are seemingly more paper based, do not have.
DelanaNew Canton, VA