My cats are fed this plus Feringa wet food and we're very happy with it. One of them had a ton of dandruff when we got her, after a month on this diet it is much reduced and her coat is a lot softer and shinier. I just wish they sold it in bags of 4 or 5 kilos as 2kg runs out quickly but 7kg is massive.
I give my cat different brands of dry food time to time and varying as many brands as possible. However, I realised that the periods my cat had Taste of the Wild were the healthiest periods of her lifetime. Whenever she eats Taste of the Wild, her coat gets shinier, loss of fur is minimum and she is more active, more responsive and healthy. This food doesn't have grains and is one of the best dry food for the price / value. I guess I will change my habit on varying the food and stick with this.
My two cats go absolutely mad for this stuff. My partner and I were just weaning them from Hill's Science Plan for personal reasons (not here to bash another brand).
The food smells less greasy than most brands that contain grain (Rice, Wheat, Corn starch) and my cats coats have become so soft and shiny.
Plus they're full of energy now! Would highly recommend.
I think this food is of great quality, but unfortunately my cats won't touch it. They are used to eating good quality food (Applaws, Almo Nature, etc), but for some reason they won't eat this. It smells good and natural to me, but maybe not so much to my kitties' noses. It was an expensive gamble due to the fact that they don't make small packs (I prefer food in 400g - 600g packs so that it is always fresh and isn't too much of a loss if my cats won't eat it).
My 3 Maine Coons were brought up on Royal Canin. They started to have a few problems and I was advised to change their diet to a grain free dry food and it was suggested to try this product. The cats love it and I have had no further problems.
My two cats have always been on Royal Canin. They started on Kitten then progressing to Exigent. I wanted to try a grain free food and after some research tried Porta 21. Neither of them liked this and would barely eat any of it. I then tried Taste of the Wild and they love it and eat it by the bowl full. It smells very nice, stronger than some other brands and I maybe has a more intense taste which they prefer (I put this down to the smoked salmon and roasted venison). I would say if you are wanting to give grain free a go definitely try Taste of the Wild!
I've been switching my cats over to this food for the last 2 months. Plus they have wet food. My cats have free access to biscuits. This dry food is great, it last for ages and the cats don't scoff it all down and then sick it up (which is what was happening with their old cereal based food). We're very happy with it.
I have tried many different brands of dry food over the thirty years that I have been breeding pedigree cats. Some are very well appreciated by my feline friends but sadly my bank account is not high enough to sustain the ever increasing prices.
Taste Of The Wild has improved the coats and general wellbeing of my Bengals and their stomachs tolerate it very well. My British Shorthair have never looked so well!
In short I would say give it a try for a month and watch the improvement in your cats and your bank balance!!
QUALITY FOOD AT A QUALITY PRICE!!
I have been giving this to my sensitive gut ex feral ginger boy for a few months now (along with a low fat grain free of a different make) and he refers this but has to have a mix as he is too fat. He loves it and his coat is much softer now and the poos (hard to tell as he is very private and goes out of the garden) but no flatulence or mucky bottom, so thumbs up for Taste of the Wild. The price is also very competitive against his other fave Applaws which is higher in fat.
My cat went off wet food and raw food and I put her on dry food but searched for a quality dry food and found this which was an instant hit, within 24 hours of her first feed her coat went incredibly silky soft and the itchy dandruff she had disappeared. I highly recommend this dry food as it is grain free and very healthy.
My cat is especially picky, but this selection suits her perfectly. I have noticed that even it is more expensive than superstore stuff, actually they eat smaller portions, so the package lasts longer.
We did lots of reading and decided to go for Taste of the Wild based on its good content. As far as we could see only Orijen might be better but there was a big price difference. Our two female Bengals love this dry food and we are only just about to run out after 6 months of feeding a 50/50 diet with Animonda Carny wet food. Having said that we like the look of the Applaws kitten dry food too.
I have 11 cats that have always been on Orijen but when there was the shortage over the last few months (thankfully they are back up and running now) I had to put them on something else and Taste of the Wild seemed like next best choice but nearly all of my "kids" had runny poo and were quite gassy. We stuck with it for a while as we had no choice but they did not improve so I'm glad to have Orijen back.
I have been using this food for the past 8 months and it's fantastic! I breed Bengals and they have very sensitive stomachs. I was getting really frustrated trying all the other grain free foods such as Origen and Applaws which were good but the stools were very smelly and loose. All that has changed and all my kittens and adults are now fed on Taste of the Wild. No more smelly poos and runny ones. I'll never use anything else. Delighted!
My cat is intollerant to rice and other grains and it really upsets his stomach and bowel. This is great alternative, seems to have lots of natural additives. However, was problem with the high meat content and low fibre, as had to visit vet who suggested psyllium husks to add to some grain free wet food along side this dry food. This seems to have balanced out his system and he goes regularly each day. Without the psyllium he became pretty consitpated. Otherwise is a great grain free and the only one he actually will continue eating. Other brands he went off them quite quickly- this has better flavour.
This is the ONLY dry food that is loved by both of my cats and the only food (among dry food such as orijen and acana, and wet food such as bozita and grau) that won't irritate my kitten's extremely sensitive stomach. Just ordered the other new flavour to try <3