Miaow compliments to the chef. Pet food without chemicals and additives. . I admit that the other reviews that complain of foul smelling food, cats not liking the product worried me. However i have to speak as we find and these packs of what look much like pate, are a huge hit with my couple of one year old rescued farm kitten cats. They are delighted with all the various flavours, and lick the bowl to the last wipe around. The food smells quite good enough for me to spread on toast. In fact i have to keep it away from our packs of pate for fear of that. The dogs are going mad salivating under the cats’ bowls. My only complaint is that the trays aren’t very big, so the meal is never wasted, left behind, which is a good result, however the cats come back for more rather frequently, so the box is used up super fast. It would be quite expensive to only feed these trays.
Good food ingredients and the kitten loves it.
Lily’s Kitchen Curious Kitten Chicken Dinner Complete Wet Food for Kittens, 85 g, Pack of 19
- Complete, natural, grain-free recipe specially formulated for growing cats
- 65% freshly prepared meaty greatness (including 30% Chicken & 10% Trout)
- Chelated minerals and added Taurine for tip top health
- No artificial colours, preservatives, taste enhancers or sweeteners
- Perfect for fussy felines
I didn’t think we had a pair of fussy cats but we must have, both refused point blank to eat this food – we tried the different flavours but no luck just a quick sniff and a look at me as if to say ‘what’s happening here?’. Before wandering off to eat the dry food they also have alongside their usual wet food. We gave the remaining packs to next doors cat, strangely he’s been wolfing it down apparently. It’s a pity our two didn’t take to it as as i like how everything packaging wise is recyclable when compared to some other brands. Three stars as i guess some cats like next doors, will love it.
The packages are now smaller – from 100g to 85g. The packages are now smaller – from 100g to 85g. Given that they’re already a bit overpriced, the new reduced portion is not a welcome feature.
Offering a review on cat food – not the easiest thing to do in the world as i don’t eat it and our cats can’t talk. That said, as soon as they sense that they might be up for some wet food they get very excited. Given the speed that they hoover it up, i would say they are impressed with the taste. The packaging is foil trays, infinitely more recyclable than the plastic coated pouches out there. Relatively easy to open and get food out with no waste. From the cat’s point of view, they seem impressed.
Lily’s Kitchen Curious Kitten Chicken Dinner Complete Wet Food for Kittens, 85 g, Pack of 19 : An honest review from my cat. This new prey my minion presented to me seemed initially of an adequate enough quality to meet my high standards. I indulged in each of the flavours offered to me but i have no intention of returning for a second helping of any of them. I prefer something a little more robust and if i’m in the mood for something with a higher meat content, well there are plenty of little critters in my domain just waiting to be added to my diet. In order of purr-sonal preference:hunter’s hotpot – adequate preylovely lamb casserole – could be friskierpoultry pie – more like paltry piewhisker lickin’ chicken – no whisker licking hereminion’s opinion: each box contains x2 85g trays of each flavour (4 boxes – 32 trays in total). Each flavour looks remarkably the same; a dull unhealthy pinkish colour the consistency of smooth pâté with some runny jelly surrounding it. As i tend to rate cat food by how appealing my cats find it, i can’t score these products highly; which is unfortunate as they are clearly of a high quality. That said, you are definitely paying for the luxury of a high meat content cat food. It’s very expensive for someone who has 3 cats; i should be thankful that none of them are that keen.