I've got 4 cats that I've been feeding this ever since they were little.
All of them love it, but I would like there to be a bit more sauce as it can be a little compact. I would say it's more of a chunky pate than wet food
All in all, I would personally like it to have a softer texture but seeing as I'm not about to eat it and my cats seem to love it I am still super satisfied.
I alternate between Pure Meat (70% meat) and Classic because Pure Meat is a bit expensive with 4 cats but they eat every last piece. Great recipes and ingredients.
I adopted a two year old biscuit addict in December and no wet food would apeal to him, I've wasted so much money.
As my boy loves feringa treats and biscuits l took a chance with the tinned meat. Success.
The only criticism is it would be useful if it came in one portion sized tins.
I have been trying to get my two rescue cats onto a high quality (high meat) cat food for ages (Lily's, Nature's Menu, James Wellbeloved, etc etc) and the same thing happens - Claude laps it all up and Cleo refuses to eat more than a few bites, having - I am sure - been raised on a diet of Felix/Whiskas/Sheba whilst at the shelter.
This is the only high quality that Cleo will entertain and she will quite happily finish the bowl before going about her day. Please keep this, quality is fantastic!
Feringa is one of six wet foods purchased from Zooplus for Caesar the fussy 12-year-old rescue Birman to try. It comes in 200g tins, which means half of it lives in the fridge until the next meal. Feringa looks a good quality food, if slightly on the solid side for Caesar. Unfortunately, he vomited it at 4.00 in the morning (no sign of a fur ball), so that's the end of the Feringa trial.
My cat is almost 13 and very fussy. The first time she was given this she wolfed it down. It has a pate like texture which she totally loves and the high meat content makes it a winner all round. Will be buying from now on.
I was very hesitant about ordering Feringa as our indoor cat did not like Lilly`s KItchen nor Natures Menu or Grau ( which was a great shame ). She was given Feringa Salmon and Turkey mixed with a little bit of Thrive and hurray the bowl is clean. Feringa is a pate consistency but the smell is not very strong ( comparing to other brands we have tried). We will continue trying other varieties as ordered Mixed Trial Pack. I would prefer not to give her the version with potatoes but since they constitutes only 2% we will try. Fantastic variety of recipes!! If all continues to go well we will be a loyal fans of Feringa. Everything about this food seems right and it ticks the boxes for us! High meat content, made `locally`/Germany ( not like some other brands shipped from across the globe), exciting range of recipes, not overloaded with fish or chicken or beef, affordable, smells and looks good...cat likes it... free from many nasties with balanced ratio of calcium-phosphorus.
Such a great value if you get it in 400g cans and spread portions across 2 days for a single cat 3-4kg weight (on wet only)
Give it a go. :)
My two love Feringa. The Rabbit flavour is the favourite. It's natural, grain free and full of meaty goodness with all the vitamins they need! Would recommend in an instant. Feringa, along with Catz Finefood, are the only brands I will buy now for quality!
I absolutely LOVE Feringa cat food. The Rabbit, Parsnip and Catmint has to one of the favourites from my two. It smells like proper meat and looks wholesome too. I would much rather spend a few extra Pounds to get great quality, grain free, natural food than spend not much less and get 4% meat derivatives. Good work Feringa - myself and my cats are loyal to the brand!