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Wellness Complete Health Grain Free Chicken Natural Wet Canned Cat Food, 12.5-Ounce Can (Pack of 12) Reviews

Wellness Complete Health Grain Free Chicken Natural Wet Canned Cat Food, 12.5-Ounce Can (Pack of 12) Reviews


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  1. 112 of 113 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Objective & Subjective (from a particular buyer), February 25, 2011
    By 
    zooz (u.s.a.) –

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is for the 24 pack of 3 Oz. cans of the Wellness Brand Cat Food.

    Objectively speaking…
    The cans are easy to ope and they have consistently arrived in excellent condition. There are 24 cans at 3 oz. each. That’s all I can really say objectively about cat food.

    Subjectively speaking…
    I could not believe the difference in my cats after switching to a canned cat food from dry food. My cats are 15 and 16 years old. They are healthy indoor cats who are still active and playful with no real health problems aside from my 16 year old cat having minor diabetes. I had been feeding a high priced prescription (vet recommended) dry food for the last 2 years only to have my 15 year old cat begin getting sick and regurgitating his food on a weekly basis. I took my cat to the vet repeatedly asking why this might be a problem. The vet simply told me that the cat may be a little under the weather or it was hairball related…which before had not been an issue. After a conversation with a friend in Dec 2010 they emphatically recommended canned cat food. I decided to do some research and was I glad that I did. My cats have been eating canned food for 2 months now and here are the changes I’ve noticed. My cat who was throwing up 2-4 times a week has only done so 4 times in 2 months (and I think that was because he was biting at some straw that I didn’t know about), their fur is ridiculously softer…like I just spent an hour brushing them, now it feels that way all the time. And although my cats are not prone to hairballs, my medium haired cat would get them on occasion and he has had only 1 very small one in 2 months as opposed to the weekly ones I’d find in the house. They have more energy and they just seem happier in how they interact and the littler box has less to be cleaned up and quite frankly it smells less offensive than it did before. Don’t get me wrong…cat boxes smell but I’ve been told (and now I feel I can attest to this) that dry food would dehydrate a cat and it would enter a system and absorb odors from the body and carry them out into the cat box to amplify the foul odors. Actual cat food like the Wellness brand (not many brands are grain or rice free) gets more fully digested by the cat and does not contain grains and rices and other fillers that are expelled with the body. I must say that I felt the fool not having taken more time to learn about the diet possibilities of my cats.

    I will note that I also use the Wellness dry food (about 1/4 to 1/2 cup out each night) for my 2 cats to eat between their canned meals. This is also to keep them used to eating a little dry food in case I am in a situation where I cannot provide their can in the morning and night. For your reference I feed my cats each 1/2 a can in the morning and 1/2 in the evening (so 2 cans total daily). I am going to switch to the 12 oz cans though because they are much cheaper, you nearly double your canned food for the same price, I’m just going to buy a resealable lid and scoop out what is needed.

    And as a side note, my cats eat most of the food when I leave it out but they do not finish it all. I do leave the food out for them to finish up which they usually do within 1-3 hours. Some people say you should never do this, some say they will leave it out all day…in my experience over the 2 months I have noticed no mold, illness or rejection of this food being left out for a few hours for my cats. The longest I’ve seen food remain in the is at the 7 hour mark and still, it was finished with no negative behaviors or effects noticed in either of my animals.

    I hope this review helps you and please be aware specifically of what goes into certain brands. There are cheaper canned foods but they are not as good as this brand. I’ve checked and tried a few. This one is really different. There are a few websites which explain the health benefits more precisely and if you won’t take my word for it on this brand see for yourself. Also, the cost is well worth the response you will get from your cat and when measured against prescription dry food it really hasn’t been much different and the 12 oz sizes will make it even more affordable. Be good to yourself and your pets!

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  2. 89 of 90 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Important Code Information, August 29, 2013
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    Cheesehead (Milwaukee, WI USA) –

    I called Wellness after noticing a dramatic change too. She explained that they used two plants to produce the chicken flavored cans, one in NJ and a newer one in Utah. And they are aware the quality of the product from Utah had fallen below their standards so they shifted all production to NJ plant. There is a code on the bottom of the can. If you see MW10 or MW01 it’s from Utah; any other code is from NJ and will be okay. The Utah product was like soup and smelled bad, whereas the NJ product smells like chicken and is far more solid.

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  3. 84 of 85 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Crack for Cats, May 15, 2010
    By 
    Pam

    I started feeding my over-weight cat Wellness canned and stopped all other foods including any dry. No more vomiting, no more shedding like crazy, no more begging for food all day long and waking me up in the night. She’s lost a little bit (not much), but she looks great and I have not stepped in a pile of vomit in months.
    Love this food!!

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