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My kittie of 9 years had been diagnosed over 7 years ago with F.H.S., (feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome). Instead of putting her on sedation medication I researched food & alternates. I found she should be eating no carbs, moderate animal fat & high levels of protein.No chemical fillers, stabilizers, colouring agents or sodium nitrate. This food is everything I want & she needs! Her seizure like episodes have reduced from multiple a week to 2/3 a month with this food & a supplement of Krill Oil.
my cat loves this. but i now have kittens. tried the applaws kitten and it gave them all bad tummies, so tried the royal canin kitten food. but as its not got good meat content i want to put them on nutrivet kitten. but the ingredient list is exactly the same as the adult! so i will just wean them onto that as its cheaper and i cant see the difference!
My cats gobble this up. I'm a happy cat slave knowing that my beloved felines are receiving top quality, biologically-appropriate food (insomuch as dry food can be). I supplement with wet food too. I'm repurchasing for my cats and my friends.
My 1yr old ginger tabby has always had digestive issues and I've spent nearly a year searching for a food that doesn't give him the squits. Now I've found it! It's also a bit cheaper than other higher end foods. I tried phasing it in the suggested amount I.e 1/4 new food then half etc, but from the first bowl my cat ate all of this and none of his old stuff. So, success all round. I would have to be picky to find any disadvantages, if anything the food itself smells stronger than others but it hasn't made my cat any smellier so I'm not too bothered.
My British blue kitten much prefers Nutrivet over Orijen. It is made with high percentage of fresh meat instead of chicke and duck meal. It smells rather strong but I guess that is appealing to cats. Nurtivet is made in Europe so we don't need to pay extra for air miles. A real winner.
Really good food that my cat wolfs down, great healthy ingredients. My cat's fur was lovely and shiny when she ate this. I'd give it 5 stars but I've deducted 1 star as my cat steadily became overweight eating it despite gradually reducing the amount I fed her so that she was having quite a bit less than the recommended amount. I have had to swap to Arden Grange Chicken & Potato light (which was the nearest I could find in quality that was a 'lighter' food) and she is now loosing weight gradually.
I thought I would give bailey a change from his usual applaws. he prefers this one and gobbles it up! so this will be the regular one now, with applaws being the variety one.
My favourite dry food is Orijen and it is also my cats' favourite too, but it is prohibitively expensive and one of my nine cats gets an upset tummy from it. So I buy this as it seems the next best in terms of quality and meat content. Plus it is a more reasonable price! My cats queue up for Orijen and sadly not for this one but they all seem to like it fairly well. My only complaint is that it is very crumbly and forms a lot of powder in the bottom of the bag and bowl. But all in all a good product and a European one too.
Although to begin with this product would appear to be expensive. But my 4 boys who are 11 months old love it. Before I put them onto this they were on James wellbeloved kitten. I worked out on a calculator(much to my partners glee)the correct way to introduce new food into their diet. 270gms lasts the boys two days,they have almo nature as well and they do not appear to be hungry as like before - when they were.
I have 3 cats and prefer to feed grain free.we've tried cheaper (not so good) and the really expensive (good but poor value)this ticks all boxes,my cats love it and I love the quality and price..happy cats and happy owner,
Both my boys like this food, even the one who isn't much for kibble, and it seems to agree with them. The food has a very light odour to the human nose, not the strong and fishy one that, say, Applaws does. That means I can feed them and let them push their dispenser ball around the house without it smelling like low tide, which I appreciate! I will certainly stick with the brand, as the boys like it, the price is fair, the ingredients are excellent for a dry food, and it hasn't been shipped all the way across the Atlantic.
Seems like a good food, I like to feed cereal free after a bladder problem with one of my cats, and I feed this with wet food. I have been feeding Porta 21 which is also very good value, but they seem to have got bored of that so decided to give them a change and all 5 cats like it.
The first time we tried it it caused looseness in 4 of my cats, that's what we thought, it appear that it was a canned food that caused looseness not dry. We tried nutrivet again recently and all 6 of my cats have nice solid stools we do not feed cans any more we feed natural instinct raw food instead, along with nutrivet dry. Very good product and reasonably priced.
My Kitten really likes this food. Good quality grain free food made in France, and cheaper than Orijen.
Tried this for the first time yesterday and my 7 cats gave thumbs up, they went straight for this and really enjoyed it. My 17 year old ginger boy is very fussy about dried food but tucked into this. Will be buying again for sure, good price compared to Orijen which I find is too expensive.