My cat absolutely loves these packs, he wolfs them down instantly (the fish selection especially). I, unfortunately, do not. Most of the pouch is broth, which makes me question its value for money. I am a big fan of Applaws food, but I will not be purchasing these again.
As with all the Applaws range I am impressed by the simple and natural ingredients in these pouches.
It was nice to see my cats eating something that actually looked like the meat it should, not just some generic chicks as you get in cheaper products!
When for the chicken selection, and both my cats lick their bowls clean every time!
Good for variety saving on the product when these multi flavours satisfy several picky cats. I suggest from zooplus an ideal silver metal spoon/fork buying llent quality ideal for extraction from pouches lasts ages strong doesn't tarnish good price
My cats have a grain free diet of dry cat food so this is a little treat once a week (a pouch shared between two or three if the stray is around and they love it. It seems to agree with their tums but they are VERY discreet about their bathroom habits so not totally sure! But, it is gone in a flash!
After feeding my bengal a supermarket brand cat food since he was a kitten I realised the meat content wasn't very high in that particular kind. I changed one of his 3 pouches a day to applaws and he suddenly seemed happier, he loves having his Applaws every day! The best thing about this food is you can actually tell what it's supposed to be, it does smell a little but it looks like proper chicken or fish. Also my little kitty doesn't smell so bad litter tray-wise, happy kitty, happy parent :) My only problem is it's a bit pricey otherwise I would feed him these pouches for every meal.
My cats rather liked this to begin with, but now are bored with it.
Its also expensive for a 70g pouch when you have more than one cat.
It looks good, smells ok, and i can give it to my little kitten who has tummy problems, but now he turns his nose up, and i will have to wait a while before i introduce it back into his daily food.
I really liked the idea of feeding my ragdoll kitten some healthier more natural food so I bought these.
There's no way I can afford to make these his regular food, I'm sticking with kitten pouches and dry food, but instead I give him a third of an Applaws pouch as a treat. He adores it, he absolutely loves the taste and even licks the bowl clean. It's such a convenient and healthy way to give him a nice treat every day, and a wonderful alternative to the regular food he gets.
The quality is so good you almost want to eat the chicken variety yourself...heck, I never thought I'd say that about cat food lol
My cat is ever so fussy when it comes to food and Applaws has to be his favourite. He loves the chicken ones and a couple of the seafood ones. He makes a really cute little noise when he takes his first mouthful (it's the same noise he makes when he gets a nice bit of chicken for a treat!) He really enjoys this food, particularly the chicken and pumpkin and chicken and asparagus! A real hit with a fussy cat!
Cat ignores other food when I take out the pouches
My cat has a food allergy and at the moment I'm putting her on an elimination diet.
I purchase different kinds of wet food to supplement the dry food. And untill now, this is her favourite food. I had the chicken variety, and will definetly buy this one again!
GOOD FOR MY CAT WITH AN ALLERGY TO JUST ABOUT EVERYTHING!
My cat is allergic to chicken, beef, milk and maize and this is the only wet cat food (fish varieties) I have found which do not contain any of these items. Unfortunately it is not a complete food and Applaws dry food contains the ingredients to which my cat is allergic so I resolve the problem by feeding her Royal Canin Sensitivity Control as well. Happy cat who no longer scratches and one happy owner.
I mostly feed my cat Hill's Science Plan dry food, but every other day she gets a pouch of Applaws. Her coat definitely seems silkier and shinier since I added wet food to her diet. She has always hated any kind of "brown chunks in gravy" cat food, but loves the Applaws pouches. You can clearly see the quality when you put it into the bowl, as it looks exactly like what it says on the pouch.
It's definitely worth buying the selection pack to start with to see which ones are worth stocking up on - my cat can be a bit picky and turned up her nose at the Tuna & Prawns and Chicken & Pumpkin flavours. She loves Chicken & Wild Rice and Chicken & Asparagus, however.
I would have given this five stars, but I've taken one off for the packaging. It's very convenient to rip open a pouch and serve, and the cat definitely seems to prefer the pouches to the tins, but it feels horribly environmentally unfriendly. If it came in recyclable packaging it would be perfect!
My cat, who doesn't get excited for any food, absolutely goes nuts when I take out a pouch of Applaws cat food. I give her one once or twice a week and she cleans her plate every time. I like it because it looks like actual meat, when most other wet cat food looks like some unidentifiable brown mush. It's a little bit more expensive than other brands, but the quality of the food and a happy cat afterwards is worth it. Definitely recommend giving it a try.
I have two cats and the one is really particular about her food-she also has food allergies. It was quite difficult changing her food to find one that she would eat and not cause her problems. I tried the introductory pack of Applaws and she loved the chicken and so far no problems.
Whilst the contents are loved by the cat - the human doesn't like the plastic packaging - more difficult to extract contents cleanly & cannot be recycled unlike the tins. I normally avoid the pouch forms of cat food for this very reason but felt the change in flavours may be appreciated & on the whole this is the case - the chicken & asparagus goes down particularly well!!!
I usually feed the Applaws cans fish selection and wanted to try something different and the review said that the cat liked this better than the cans. I guess all cats are different because my sphynx sniffed the tuna and left it there. I had to buy the cans and I'm feeding this to the stray cats.