Amazon Fine Food Reviews


IDIdProductIdUserIdProfileNameHelpfulnessNumeratorHelpfulnessDenominatorScoreTimeSummaryText
211291211291B000WFU8O6A1IEV9LXZ74XHQstayingfocused "amanne"2251294531200Pricey, but well worth itThere is a feline diabetes epidemic out there. My cat was self-feeding dry food (Purina Urinary Tract Health) which has a huge proportion of cereal carbs. When she developed diabetes the vet advised adding Science Prescription Diet DM wet canned foot to augment the dry. She needed less and less insulin and finally we were told she didn't need it at all. Still letting her self-feed the Purina dry foot while feeding her the wet canned, she had a relapse. I decided to toss the Purina and just feed her the wet food and she's been fine for almost a year now. I'm hoping she'll remain diabetes-free for the rest of her life.

The Wellness food, labeled "Core," is very low carb and both my cats love it! It contains a lot of water ("no more than 78%" is what the label says -- kinda expensive way to keep your cats in water ;)

I justify the expense by accepting that my cat would be needing $100 vials of insulin, plus frequent vet checks of her blood. Instead I'm spending the money on food.

As a side note, our other cat without diabetes loves this food, too. She had urologic problems, was always licking herself, and used to smell really, really bad. She's doing super now and I attribute it to the wet, cereal-free food.

I highly recommend working with your vet to wean your cat off dry cereal foods, especially if they're diabetic. The Wellness canned food is fantastic and might save your kitty's life!
211292211292B000WFU8O6A34UV2FFXJPS3TSusan Ackoff2251294185600Great Cat FoodWellness wet cat food is terrific.
My three cats gobble it up.
Healthy too.
My diabetic cat went didn't need insulin anymore after I switched from dry food to this wet food.
And she went from highly overweight to just fine.
211293211293B000WFU8O6ANFHMVAHGX0J1Mark Twain2251289260800This is Awesome!I feed several Savannah Cats, all of which can be very picky eaters. Everyone wants something different and if I change anything about their diet they get upset stomachs.

I bought Wellness food trying to get them all to eat the same thing. I was simply amazed. As I gave it to them one by one they loved it. Even my 2 biggest picky eaters ate it right up. I watched closely for any upset stomachs and nothing. They all accepted the food with no issues.

I was a little worried at first as to how much they ate as it could be expensive, but within a few days they leveled themselves out. I am just thrilled with the food and their reactions. I will promote this food to all my new homes. The food smells good enough to eat. Hum, wonder how my husband would like to try a new dish tonight :)
211294211294B000WFU8O6A3T9F0A4VU1ORQCitizen Peace2251288137600Great Option For Diabetic Cats!My 14 year-old cat was diagnosed with Diabetes and Chronic Renal Failure earlier this year; it was devastating. I had to administer insulin shots to him twice a day and twice he had hypo-glycemia due to the enormous challenge of balancing insulin levels. Worse, he was miserable and wary of me.

At 16 lbs, he was overweight even for a large frame cat so I promptly began an intensive internet research (agree with the earlier poster who cautions against the foods prescribed by vets and sold in grocery stores) and after narrowing the field of high-protein pet foods, decided to try wet food. I was nervous because I had been guilty of feeding my baby delicious, awful-for-him dry foods (I was clueless) so I had no idea how long the transition to Wellness wet would take.

There was no transition: He loved the food immediately and the switch was painless. Best, he lost 4 lbs in about 6 months, his blood sugar has stabilized and he's off insulin, hopefully permanently.

Wellness isn't cheap, but when compared with the cost of losing a beloved furry member of the family too soon, the price is well-justified!

ps. Maximillian's favorites are the chicken and the turkey. Vary for best results!
211295211295B000WFU8O6A2GVGMN4AE8UV8Allie2251287792000Wellness Grain-Free canned cat foodWhen my female cat came down w/pancreatitis a few years ago (to the tune of $1000), I started researching what her diet should include. My vet wanted her on canned food that was low in carbs, but Gracie didn't care for it the prescription brand I was buying at the vet. Also, I noticed on the can that corn was an ingredient. I asked her about this, considering corn is a sugary veggie and she also wanted Gracie to lose about 3-4 lbs. She told me that the main idea was to have her eat a canned food that was 8% or less in carbohydrates IN A DRY STATE. That means, they take the food, dry it out and get the true percentages of carbs, etc.
When I did some research on the web about pancreatitus in cats, I found that GRAIN in cat food can bring on and/or aggravate the condition. I read many articles that explained that cats DON'T NEED grain in their diet. Pet food manufacturers put it in there because it sounds good to us, the pet owners, when we read that the food contains brown rice, etc. But what's good for us, as we all know, isn't always good for them.

I looked at many companies that made Grain-Free food and was very impressed w/Wellness. They have many varieties that are grain-free. When I called them to get the percentage of carbs in a dry matter basis, they were prepared and quick to answer w/out having to transfer me 10 times.
The food is not inexpensive, but my cat REALLY likes it. This bout w/pancreatitis occured about 4 years ago. She has been on Wellness ever since and is in excellent health. She is now 14 yrs old.

I highly endorse this product. If I get another cat someday, I will feed her grain-free food from kittenhood.
BTW, they also make grain-free dry food, but I haven't tried it.

Good luck!
Allie
211296211296B000WFU8O6A29JUMRL1US6YPHTBK2251278201600Fantastic Food for Good Cat HealthThe pet food industry can be one of the most infuriating as you start doing research and discovering what trash manufacturers (and the vets who get paid off by the manufacturers) push onto the unsuspecting public. For reference, don't ask your vet - do some Internet research at sites like, for example, petfoodratings.net. What you'll find is that even the supposed "high-end" lines from basically every major supermarket label are horrible for your fuzzy friends. People who trust the marketing or trust their vets overpay and feed their cats foods that are full of carcinogens, cheap ingredients that are inappropriate for a cat's digestive system, and byproducts that provide nothing of value and are basically a way to make cheap profit off of literal garbage. It's a tragedy, as these same cats end up with shorter lifespans, kidney problems, UTIs, cancer, and a host of other issues, all of which could have been avoided by a high quality food.

This is an A-Grade food. What you'll find here is very high protein content, many meat meals, good carbs and oils, and no grains, which is great as a cat is not an omnivore, it's a carnivore, and it simply does not need grains. It has 50 percent protein, which is among the highest you'll see in cat food. The first 4 ingredients are all meats.

What you will NOT find here is the kind of junk you'll see in things like Purina One and Science Diet - byproducts (aka beaks, feathers, bird feet), brewers rice (aka the waste product from making beer), wheat flour (a leading cause of pet allergies), corn gluten (a cheap waste of space), and things like "liver flavor" (because they don't want to pay for the real thing). I didn't just pull those ingredients out of the air - I was reading the ingredients list of Purina One. It's pathetic.

Don't feed your cats trash. Pay a little more to feed them good food now, and they'll lead longer, healthier, more satisfied lives as a result. It's worth it.
211297211297B000WFU8O6A15HTMYLY564LCMs. Mitchell2251267056000Awesome Cat FoodBeing new to raising kittens, I have tried a variety of canned foods in recent months. Although my kittens readily took to the Fancy Feast brand, it is not the most healthy of foods - my biggest concern being the by-product content. I thought I would never get them off of that kitty krack! However, MUCH to my surprise, they absolutely love this food and ate it readily the first time. And the best part is that it is a very healthy food - no grains, no by-products. There is a little gravy in the bottom of the can so I put a little bit of water in, give it a swirl, put it on top of the food - and whalah - instant broth and MORE water for my babies to lap up which is so vital for avoiding UTI's.

I just can't say enough - good - about this product. Thank you, Wellness. My kittens are happy and that's all that matters!!!
211298211298B000WFU8O6AJSQODVTPYBKPbellina4511334793600My Cats Wouldn't Touch ItA short background on the eating habits of my two cats, one is super finicky and the other cat will eat just about anything. When even my non-picky cat wouldn't touch any of it, I knew something was not right with this food. They refused to eat any of it. I like the premise behind the food, all natural and grain-free, but I am going to have to go back to the prior food my cats like. Hopefully my local animal shelter can make use of the food for their cats, if they even eat it.
211299211299B000WFU8O6A3E5PHPXUU0T58G. James4511293494400Great food, but......lousy packaging/storage. While the food itself is wonderful and the cat loves it, Amazon really made a mess of my order. When the cans were opened, the contents had separated into solid and liquid. We tried to mix it together again, but the cat refused it. I email the company and sent a picture along and they said it had been subjected to extreme heat and had cooked in the can. It wasn't hot locally, so I believe it happened while in Amazon's hands. Additionally, Amazon has been less then helpful in processing the return.

So, buy the food for your cat if it likes it, but just not from Amazon. Get it from a company that handles food products regularly; they probably know a lot more about keeping products edible.
211300211300B000WFU8O6A29JUMRL1US6YPHTBK4551278201600Fantastic Food for Good Cat HealthThe pet food industry can be one of the most infuriating as you start doing research and discovering what trash manufacturers (and the vets who get paid off by the manufacturers) push onto the unsuspecting public. For reference, don't ask your vet - do some Internet research at sites like, for example, [...]. What you'll find is that even the supposed "high-end" lines from basically every major supermarket label are horrible for your fuzzy friends. People who trust the marketing or trust their vets overpay and feed their cats foods that are full of carcinogens, cheap ingredients that are inappropriate for a cat's digestive system, and byproducts that provide nothing of value and are basically a way to make cheap profit off of literal garbage. It's a tragedy, as these same cats end up with shorter lifespans, kidney problems, UTIs, cancer, and a host of other issues, all of which could have been avoided by a high quality food.

This is an A-Grade food. What you'll find here is very high protein content, many meat meals, good carbs and oils, and no grains, which is great as a cat is not an omnivore, it's a carnivore, and it simply does not need grains. It has 50 percent protein, which is among the highest you'll see in cat food. The first 4 ingredients are all meats.

What you will NOT find here is the kind of junk you'll see in things like Purina One and Science Diet - byproducts (aka beaks, feathers, bird feet), brewers rice (aka the waste product from making beer), wheat flour (a leading cause of pet allergies), corn gluten (a cheap waste of space), and things like "liver flavor" (because they don't want to pay for the real thing). I didn't just pull those ingredients out of the air - I was reading the ingredients list of Purina One. It's pathetic.

Don't feed your cats trash. Pay a little more to feed them good food now, and they'll lead longer, healthier, more satisfied lives as a result. It's worth it.
211301211301B000WFU8O6A1XZH3UPQGH6Q1AnimalRescuer1151349136000Wonderful for malnourished kittensI've been really impressed with this grain-free cat food. It is full
of nutrients, and my two rescue kittens love it. I mix it with about a
Tablespoon of GNC Pets Ultra Mega Premium Milk Replacer for Kittens
which is readily available either at Petsmart or from gnc.com. My
kittens went from being rail-thin to nice and fat on this stuff. Highly
recommended!
211302211302B000WFU8O6ASXDTQ62RDUMGJ. Platt "pljp"1151348963200Wellness is a good productI switch my cats food from time to time because I read reviews on other brands. Right now my cats have little if any problems with this brand. I imagine all cats throw up, but some brands seem to increase this behavior. Wellness seems to be stable and my cats are lively and playful.
211303211303B000WFU8O6A2D1CRB9I5EEA5Allan H. Macleod1141348444800Need can opener.This is a high guality food that a friend of mine advised me to try. It is a little on the expensive side, but my cat seems to love it. I usually mix it with a little warm water and make it into a paste. The only thing holding it back is you need a can opener.
211304211304B000WFU8O6A256PTZP0R81YRAngie Maldonado1141347321600The only cat food my cat eats and lovesMy picky eater cat is getting older and rejects plenty of other cat foods. She loves this one and has less shedding because of the ingredients in this food.
211305211305B000WFU8O6AETFKX1W11FMQT. Sippey1151344297600The Best Canned Cat FoodWellness food is the best cat food to keep your cat healthy. My cats love this flavor but any flavor would be a healthy choice for your cat.
211306211306B000WFU8O6A30V1I648K4IKDM2mom "BoBosPlayhouse.com"1141343779200Turkey flavorCats are liking this flavor. Cans arrived dented so 4 stars instead of 5. Wellness is a healthy food to feed.
211307211307B000WFU8O6A24WC8YRR3HTOJK. Yancey "magnoliafork"1151342569600My cat's favorite flavorMy cat absolutely loves this flavor. Normally, I have to coax her to finish her food, but when I give her a serving of Chicken & Herring, the bowl is clean in like five minutes. I do not understand why some of the other reviewers blamed the company for selling them bad cans--their cats probably just prefer another flavor. I say experiment to see what your cat will eat, and stay away from cat food with grains in it!
211308211308B000WFU8O6A3U9RPRVZ2KB33RAFKAF1151341964800KittyNirvanaShe LOVES this food. Licks her bowl clean. I think it's a very quality product. Canned food was recommended for her by our veterinarian (who only sees cats). . . who said it's closer to what they would "naturally" eat. It makes me wonder if Wellness should consider "Mouse" flavor along with Turkey and Salmon!
211309211309B000WFU8O6A3F45B9WS0JO5FMorrison1151340928000My cats now love it!I have two cats, one under 1 year old and the other is 4 years old. After researching about proper cat diets, I realized that they needed a good grain-free meaty canned food. Wellness fit the bill. The younger cat ate up the chicken flavor instantly and loved it! The older cat however, refused to eat it at first. She was used to eating dry kibbles and occasionally canned fancy feast. She kept refusing to eat the Wellness and I caved in and let her finish the bag of kibbles. Only when we didn't have any other food than the canned wellness did she approach it. So once she was good and hungry, and the younger cat was in another room, she crept out and started eating it!! Now she loves it and eats the chicken flavor with no problem. I haven't tried out the other flavors, but since I had such a hard time getting her to come around to eating it in the first place, I've been feeding them both the chicken flavor exclusively. If your cat won't eat Wellness, be patient and get rid of their previous food so when they get hungry they only have one choice. Mixing the old food with the new one wasn't as successful as just waiting it out. Their coats are super shiny and they are both at a healthy weight on a wellness diet.
211310211310B000WFU8O6A36WUXRE2NQ5Y0Jo Greenwald1151339372800Great kitty foodMy two kitties differ on many of their food preferences, and we are also mindful of their health and so we try to limit their fish intake. So, we are grateful that we found the wellness turkey recipe. It's something that they both absolutely love and something that we feel good about feeding them.
211311211311B000WFU8O6AK49CFQ4H6SFFSaifal Oommer "PandaBoy"11513387680005 star ratingI would truly recommend this brand to anyone with a cat. My cat had a ton of problems - from vomitting to diarrhea and really smelly poop. Not only did this solve all those issues, but he now has the most silkiest, softest, shiniest fur. The quantity of food intake has also decreased. No more begging for food every 5 minutes. Another bonus - my cat now has a lean and toned body that I'm envious of.
This product will save you a lot of trips to the vet!!!
211312211312B000WFU8O6A3HA8E6QGNH9NOMarie LaPorte1151337385600best cat food in the world!!!!My cat was very sick with kidney problems and she had little chance of making it.I tried every kidney food out there and remembered my daughter had a sick cat that liked wellness. My cats love it. Alli would not be alive today with out it.It is very creamy and full of moisture and very easy to eat. Thank You wellness!!!!!I purchased it very reasonable on Amazon with free shipping.
211313211313B000WFU8O6A29AG7F0MX3J45Ashley1141337299200Good, healthy foodDid some googling on kitten nutrition and found that the food I was feeding my kitten did not have very high water content and that she was supposed to be eating a meat based food (grain is no good for cats). This food seemed to match well with what google told me, and I've been feeding her this wet food for 2 months now. She seems to like the food and she looks great. She seemed pretty healthy before as well, but there was a noticeable difference after I switched her food. Her coat is shinier and softer, she's more energetic, and has been maintaining a good weight. I wish it wasn't so expensive, but I think its worth the price and I will keep buying it.
211314211314B000WFU8O6A1GPQRA3M3G2Z8TM1151336262400Great, natural productWellness is a great cat food that my kitties just love. I chose this brand for its natural ingredients. Two of my cats have issues - one with diabetes and one with obesity. I needed a cat food that is grain free (for the fat kitty) and low carb (for the diabetic kitty). If you need a cat food that is not loaded with byproduct garbage, then Wellness is a great choice.
211315211315B000WFU8O6A9E72VK0VM925Tami1151311206400Excellent Grain-Free OptionI ordered the Wellness Turkey to create a rotation for our kitten with Felidae grain-free formula. Until tonight he had only eaten Felidae, but when I opened a can of Wellness he went crazy for it! This will definitely be a part of our food rotation. Very high-quality food, mostly protein from excellent meat sources.
211316211316B000WFU8O6A3QQ79KZMECRJ9Pixie1121298851200Better than most canned food but still BADI have a cat who had serious intestinal issues. I needed a canned food that was grain free and also I need a protein that was not chicken - I had to start my cat on a novel protein. I bought this on the recommendation of a veterinarian (L. Pierson) on her web site, for so called "acceptable" canned food, because it is grain free. However if you read the ingredients list, it contains other ingredients that the same veterinarian says are allergenic to cats (e.g. carageenan). Also, even though its name claims it is "Turkey", (the turkey was supposed to be the novel protein for me) the ingredients list lists chicken and chicken parts as its 2nd, 3rd and 4th ingredients. It also has the same type of thickeners, fillers, and "flavoring" that all the other run of the mill canned pet food has.

I originally gave this a 3 star rating (because it doesn't contain grains), but as I typed my review I was reminded of the deception and it made me change it to a 2 star.
211317211317B000WFU8O6A2FA7L9H5GVXY9GetReal20101151298505600Positive for WellnessMy background is 50 years of dog/cat owner and college degree in chemistry so I'm not completely ignorant about pet nutrition. After a few days of Google research and reading pet food negatives and positives, I decided on a mix of Wellness both wet and the dry exclusively for my two rescue/shelter kitties based on reviews and availability. Price was not a deciding factor. After 1-1/2 years, they still gobble it down and I'm pleased to report both kitties mental and physical health to be outstanding with shiney, smooth coats, regular bowel movements, and healthy, energetic activity. I contribute this good fortune mostly to their diet of Wellness and a loving home environment although my billfold wouldn't mind if it were a bit cheaper. In my experience, Wellness has been outstanding.
211318211318B000WFU8O6A3MVU8X8EC9VRTbrian09181131298073600None of our cats would touch itWe have been transitioning our 4 cats over from the crap Purina makes to Wellness, and for most of the flavors, they love it. They like it much better than Friskies. Yesterday was the first time we tried the Salmon and Trout flavor, and absolutely none of them would touch it. They left it in their dishes all day and went hungry.

I'll still give it 3 stars, because overall Wellness is better than anything else out there. Just be sure to test out the different flavors on your cats before committing to any bulk orders.
211319211319B000WFU8O6A2GOQDL887BYJOM. Tsang "dukebb1515"1151297814400Fresh and deliciousMy two cats will eat anything. So why do I even care what they eat? I care because it's about their health and it's a important responsibility I accepted when I adopted them. This Wellness Canned food is very fresh and (according to the experts) has all the healthy nutrition cats need. I've tried a few different brands and this one gives my cats the best soft, full coat and even makes their poop smell less (super bonus!). It's pricier, but give it a shot.
211320211320B00451SEDKA1HKHIP6VCMALPOver 5000313404096005 Star Powder, 1 Star Delivery SystemPenzey's stopped making jalapeno powder, so I found this brand. I highly recommend this powder as it has very good heat level; provided you don't mind extra work.

They put rice, thoroughly intermixed with powder from top to bottom to prevent caking, which I appreciate. The shaker lid has holes too large in diameter, allowing the rice to fall out. Thus, you must use a small mesh strainer to separate the rice and powder; which I strongly dislike.

I thought the rice might not be long grain, so I tested the lid with long grain rice. The holes need to be reduced to half original diameter to prevent the rice from falling out. If they fixed this obvious design error, 5 star.

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