09/26/19 | Duncan

Good enough, but they clearly prefer the other! *May* try another flavour

We have 2 cats, mother & son, very different personalities and peculiarities. We normally get Royal Canin big bags of dry food, which they both enjoy. I decided to try Concept For Life Sterilised. They were ok with it, a bit hesitant, but ate it. they then got used to it and are eating it now with no issue. However they don't seem to have the same relish in eating it as they do with RC. Also the smell from this food is very strong, not a rotten smell or anything like that! but strong enough!

12/24/18 | Dan Croker

The smell from Hell

My two maine coons like the food but the smell thats being leaked out by them every now and then is probably on the list of banned chemical agents. Will see if this settles down or if my nose is burnt off.

08/30/18 | Mary

Bad batch?

The latest batch of this food dated Dec 19 has a different size and texture yet same ingredients? Cats dont seem to like it as much and now stuck with 3 bags of it. Also makes cleanup messy as the food is covered in lose dusty particles.

08/30/18 | Dt

Bad batch?

Batch with best before Dec 19 is different than previous bags. The food is smaller, less smooth texture with ALOT of little bits coating it. Ingredients on bag are the same dont see how thats possible. Cats dont seem to like it as much as they're leaving some behind. Would not risk buying this again now as not consistent.

08/13/18 | Alvis

Proportion of ingredients changed?

UPADATE: Has the ratio of solid pieces to gravy recently been changed? The number of solid pieces is definitely reduced in the latest batch received compared to past orders. The packet weight remains the same so can only surmise that the amount of gravy has been increased? Half the rescue cats still eat the stuff whilst the other half vary with their indifference, one feral fuss-pot likes to lick the gravy off leaving the solid pieces - so she is probably happy with recent changes!

02/06/18 | Helen

Wish they liked it better - but it does get eaten!

My three rescues (Tonkinese, Devon Rex) will all eat this - eventually - but much prefer the dry version. Sadly they don't always like what is good for them and it is hard to find quality wet food for older cats which will minimise/help avoid kidney problems. (Of course, they like rubbish, which they throw up very soon after.) Concept for Life tends to stay down, perhaps because they eat it more slowly. I'm going to buy it again and keep persevering....

01/31/18 | Louise roy

Allergy

Brought this as a change from their usual royal canine maine coon kibble. Once opened all 6 cats loved it however one developed an allergy and with in 3 days was at the vets having to have antibiotics and steriod injection. After 2 weeks his fur on his face and back is finally growing back so unable to buy this again.