My cats had always eaten dry food instead of wet food until now. The Asia wet food was very well received and is always gobbled up immediately. What's more, it doesn't smell too strongly or nasty like some other food varieties.
The contents of the can smell good and also look very good. You can see that it is made of meat. My tomcat is an outdoor cat and isn't used to being spoilt so he really enjoyed this. Highly recommended.
I read someone said the fruit was great, my cats a little ** that turns his nose up at everything, expensive thrive is his fave food. Gave this fruit a shot and he actually loved it, he also liked the thai mixed pack after a bit of nose pulling on some flavours at first he eats them all. My cats still a ** but at least i'm not chucking food out now.
I never would have thought about giving fruit to cats but my boy absolutely loves this - he gets very vocal & paces back & forth to his eating spot when he sees me take a can out of the cupboard. Tuna or chicken, and any fruit flavour it looks & smells like quality stuff & there's never a problem with waste, every single morsel is gone in double quick time. It definitely rates a 10 from Milo & me.
As a cat sitter and a vegetarian I'm often more repulsed by the whiff of the stuff I have to feed cats than the stuff I have to clean up after they've digested it. However I noticed how pleasant this was at one of my clients' house. Not only does it smell good, it doesn't splatter over your hands or face either. It looks like human grade meat and has twice the crude protein percentage of many premium cat foods too, so clearly its more meat than watery jelly, both filling and satisfying to cats.
What can I say? The product quality is obviously very good, but my cat still doesn't like it a lot. The first days he ended up eating it, but just because I wouldn't give him his normal dry food. Maybe it's because he's not used to moist food? *shrug*