My 2 Somali cats really like this food, it alwasy gets eaten and nothing is left over. I like the contents, all good stuff for a healthy cat. Also my cats are neutered so this helps with weight. Can't recommend this enough.
My 2 year old cat has stomach problems and, no matter what he was prescribed, he was being sick every morning like clockwork. Since switching to this food over a month ago he's been sick all of twice, which is a lot easier for both me and him to cope with! He loves it too, despite being the pickiest cat I know.
I was advised to change to sensitive food for my two cats. They're very fussy but have taken happily to Purina One Sensitive and never tire of it. It must be helping their tummies too as they're so playful now!
After several phases of sickness and tummy problems and going off his food, my vet said my cat is likely to have Inflammatory Bowl Disease, something that is apparently very common in both cats and dogs. He said therefore to stick to food specifically for IBD or Sensative food. Considering its supposed to be a common complaint, I was disappointed to find there aren't many wet foods for sensative tummies out there for cats. Lots of dry foods. My cat will eat dry, and I already found that Purina One Sensative was a hit with him, but he goes mad for the wet varieties and I wasn't happy he wasn't getting the food he really loves anymore. These sachets are no where to be found in Supermarkets or big pet shop chains. The best I could find in those were the raw stuff, which, whilst I like the idea of something so natural and organic, Chess won't touch it. Thank you Zooplus and Purina for being the only source I have found that actually provides wet food for cats with IBD! (I've seen Purina Sensative elsewhere but only dry food) Chess goes mad for this food and it even has some carrot for extra vitamins. He purrs when I serve him this food :) Big paws up from Chess.
My four cats love this food, including my very fussy elderly cat. What I like about Purina One is that it is reasonably priced but much better quality than other wet food brands available. They never get tired of this brand.
Ok, so it's not the best quality product out there, but sometimes cats don't want luxury all the time. Mine prefers to see chunks over pate so I guess this is another reason he loves it.
Lots of gravy/sauce to keep the food really wet which is often missing in a lot of other products.
Good purchase, very happy :)
As a previous reviewer mentioned, my cat is also very fussy and this is one of the only biscuits he'll eat. He has a sensitive stomach so I'm limited in terms of options, but this seems to be a good choice. Not as expensive as the vet diet ones but still decent ingredients. Also, considering most supermarkets sell the little bags for £5-6, this is great value.
... a 'sensitive' food that my fussy Bengal will eat!! Up to now, he has refused every single other brand designed for sensitive tummies, but he loves this! Finally a solution to our problems - and his!
I bought this new product for my cat to try as a change from the Royal Canin which she seems to have got fed up of and she absolutely adores it! It doesn't upset her stomach and she has a VERY sensitive stomach (suffers from Irritable Bowel Disease).