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I find Catz Finefood to be a really high quality food and my cats love it. They prefer certain flavours - Lamm & Kaninchen (lamb & rabbit) is a favourite - but they like quite a few of the different Catz flavours. Maybe try a mixed saver pack so you can find out which flavours you cat/s love before buying 16.
Despite vet reports there appears to be no apparent reason for it, my 10 year old rescue cat has never been able to tolerate most wet food and although she eats and enjoys it, usually regurgitates it within minutes of swallowing. As a result she has been fed on dry food but not any more, I tried her with Catz herring and crab which she really loves and retains. Initially I am giving her just half a pouch twice a day which she tops up with hairball biscuits as she suffers quite badly from these. I will try her with one or two other flavours to provide her with variety although she does seem to prefer fish or chicken. This appears good quality cat food which also smells delicious.
One of my cats loves these, all flavours except the herring (for some reason), but my other cat will only eat the salmon one. That said, neither of them showed an interest at first. I had to persist and not give them nothing else; it worked eventually! I think the texture initially put them off - it is a kind of pate texture rather than shredded meat. I feel much happier giving them this than the other 4% 'meat' rubbish - at least they are getting a species appropriate diet, and they seem to be thriving on it (with some dry food & applaws pots too). Both have glossy hair and eyes.
Having tried our cat with many quality cat foods she would only eat the "junk food" 4% meat foods which clearly is not what a cat requires from a diet. She mostly just would not eat better foods.....until now. I have ordered a few flavours of this food and she loves it. Really pleased about this as whilst it is an expensive food, it all gets eaten, non of it has to be given to other people as she would not eat it and if the ingredients are accurate this is a complete food with a very handy pouch feeding regime. I guess so far this is the best I have found without going raw food diet. Thank you for stocking these better foods.
Well, it looks good, and it smells good - but all three cats won't look at it. They sniff it and walk away. I've given it three stars as it looks/smells appealing and I don't know why mine won't eat it. I have to say the texture is a bit rubbery and it doesn't mash/break up that well with a fork. I had high hope of this one for my poorly boy......