Having a mix of fiv positive and negative cats, I try to feed them the best quality food that I can. I switched from a supermarket level food that had started to add soy to their food. My cats hated the recipe with soy but instantly took to the Bozita chicken food and, although they initially licked all the jelly off and left the meat, they are now eating every scrap of the food. They're happy and healthy, and they look forward to meal times.
Two fussy and elderly cats - one diabetic so needs high protein diet with no sugar or fillers- one has no teeth the other very few. Soon as I opened the reindeer meat Bozita the cats were fighting over it and polished off the lot! They might still go off it but so far every flavour is a hit. Mash chunks with fork so even my toothless moggies eat the lot.
I recently switched to exclusively wet diet for my senior Tom cat after a bladder stone emergency. He won't touch any of the special 'urinary care' foods, so I figured getting as much fluid through him as possible will help.
I did a bit of research online and Bozita came highly recommended. The cat loves it, and happily eats all flavours tried so far.
He is in good shape and has had no further bladder problems so far (early days, he is only a couple of months post op).
So glad to find a cat food with a high meat content, large range of flavours and at a reasonable price. My ginger tom wolfs it down. I was surprised by my fussy tortie showing interest in it though. She only likes dry food and the odd bit of fish. So I've put a little down for her at every mealtime for the last couple of days and she's eaten it all!
To keep the food fresh the top of the carton folds over. I fold twice, put a peg on it and stick it in the fridge - I've had no issues with odours.
My two cats are very fussy eaters. They really like the Bozita in Jelly, particularly for the jelly! They actually leave the meat chunks. But its great to see them enjoying wet food.
The container is handy - recyclable and you can fold the top down to store it in the fridge.
After reading the ingredients and meat content on the supermarket and well known brands I was a bit disturbed by what my cats were eating. So after a lot of research I found Bozita. I switched my cats to it at about six months old and haven’t looked back, there was a very quick improvement in their coat sheen and more levelled out energy. Now have two very healthy two year olds.
We buy in bulk, which saves money. The choice of flavours are hilarious but they like all of them.
My cat has had a terrible diet of high calorie Go Cat for years. I guess I didn't realise how bad the stuff was for her and a friend recommended this brand. It was hard to get her to eat it at first because she liked Go Cat so much. It's been 2 months now and she does eat it straight away. I fed her it in combination with dry food from the same brand and am happy with it. Also a pouch is huge and last two days making it very economical when I buy in bulk.
Luther n Zeus love bozita tetra packs the wolf the duck n the rabbit flavours down like there's no tomorrow so I'm thinking these two must be their favs, I'm so happy I have found such a fantastic food for my precious Furbabies their coats gleam n bright eyes they are in fantastic condition thanks to this food
One of my cats was diagnosed with Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy with a life expectancy is one year. After getting him off of additive-loaded UK supermarket food, and onto Bozita (and occasional Lily's Kitchen), he bounced back to health. He's still here six years later. All three of my cats are temperamental sods with the flavours but that's cats for you.
This cat food is amazing my two beautiful bsh kittens Luther n Zeus finish this food within mins they love all flavours they are well hydrated have gawjus shiny coats bright eyes and are gaining weight steadily love this food not so keen on the bozita cans tho
In terms of higher meat content I haven't been able to find any other commercial wet cat food to rival Bozita and Tibo wolfs it down.
It's also quite low in calories as it doesn't have many filler ingredients. I've tried all sorts of flavours as I don't want him turning into a fussy eater. He hasn't disliked any of them so far.
My cats, 6 at present, have being eating this product for a few years. They are doing well on it. I only buy the jelly now as they prefer it to the sauce. I order Lamb and Chicken, sometimes Rabbit as well. They are older cats and find the Beef and Elk a bit rich. It mashes well and I usually mash it a bit as the chunks are quiet large.
Three out of four of my kitties licked their dishes clean! I didn't expect kitty 4 to try it as he's incredibly fussy and although he refuses to eat anything except his usual brand, he has been caught mooching around the other dishes looking for left-overs.
Inherited 2 cats raised on Whiskas biscuits & occasional Felix. It took several months to wean them onto good quality wet food. I tried various brands, & settled on Bozita as good, affordable, & they love it, esp chicken, duck, mackerel & rabbit. Not keen on haddock or turkey.
On the few occasions they’ve been given Felix/Sheba since, they’ve gone mental! Took a few days to lure them back. I suspect the others contain sugar/additives. Do persevere with Bozita: try different flavours!
THE best wet food for your cat, no doubts about it. The ones I have tried are: Lamb, Elk, Rabbit, Minced Beef, & Chicken Liver. Out of these, the Rabbit is probably their favourite. Lamb is the least liked, but they eat every bit of the food eventually. Getting the food out is incredibly easy and you don't waste any of it due to the container - also very easy to save food for later! Quality is better than you could hope for and it contains nothing more or less than what your cat truly needs.
We were recommended Bozita by a friend and our cats loved it. We found it a bit of a chore to order online though so switched our cat's to Wainwrights wet food, which could be purchased from our local pet shop. This didn't agree with one of our cats though so we switched back. They love all flavours except one cat is not too keen on the chicken.
my cats love them, food slides out easily from the pack
Makes a great change from the tinned stuff, not too chunky and seems very fresh. I don't give them elk lamb or beef as they are not ethical, but they love the others, mackeral going down particularly well. I do find the packs hard to tear open, so I keep a pair of scissors especially for this (and cutting up blister packs as they are harmful to wildlife) and this is much easier, just slicing the tops off quickly, the cats are into the food practically before it is tipped onto their dishes.