Wellness Natural Food for Pets Wellness CORE Natural Grain Free Wet Canned Cat Food, 5....
4.10 / 5 based on 10 Reviews
Real salmon, whitefish and herring pump this nutritious wet cat food full of the premium-quality protein that your pet needs to thrive, and offer a savory flavor no feline can resist. The food also provides omega-3 fatty acids that promote healthy skin and coat and nutrient-packed potatoes, greens and botanicals that support overall health. Your feline depends on high levels of animal protein for strength, energy and overall health. You can depend on Wellness CORE Salmon, Whitefish & Herring Recipe Cat Food to meet your cat's health needs with premium-quality protein from real fish. While your kitty chows down on this tasty, satisfying meal, he or she also absorbs important vitamins and nutrients that help enhance the skin and coat and optimize metabolic function. The food is formulated without grains or poultry specifically for cats with sensitivities to grain. Food Type: Wet Food Life Stage: Adult 1-10 yrs Health Consideration: Urinary Tract Health Flavor: Salmon, Whitefish & Herring Primary Ingredient: Salmon Nutrition Option: Grain Free Calories per Serving: 192 kcal/can Package Weight: 5.5oz Directions: Feed adult cats 1 can per 6 AAA" 8 lb. of body weight daily Ingredients: Salmon, Whitefish, Herring, Salmon Broth, Salmon Meal, Dried Ground Potatoes, Tuna, Natural Fish Flavor, Guar Gum, Carrageenan, Cranberries, Ground Flaxseed, Salmon Oil, Taurine, Dried Kelp, Yucca SchidigeraExtract, Chicory Root Extract, Iron Proteinate, Zinc Proteinate, Vitamin ESupplement, Choline Chloride, Cobalt Proteinate, Thiamine Mononitrate, CopperProteinate, Folic Acid, Manganese Proteinate, Niacin, D-calcium Panthothenate, Sodium Selenite, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, RiboflavinSupplement, Vitamin A Supplement, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Potassium Iodide AndBiotin Guaranteed Analysis: Crude Protein (Not Less Than) 12.0% Crude Fat (Not Less Tha see more...
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Wellness Natural Food for Pets Wellness CORE Natural Grain Free Wet Canned Cat Food, 5.5-Ounce Can (Pack of 24)
Good quality replacement for Evo. A little pricey, and the price just increased unfortunately. Still a good quality food for those that can afford it. Would recommend all of their fish varieties, which our cat seems to have deemed the best.
I started feeding my kittens this formula in moderation once they refused to eat their kitten formula (I can only assume due to boredom). I like how this formula is geared towards cats and kittens, I didn't want to switch brands to one that offered a wider variety of flavors.
I really like Wellness cat food for a number of reasons one being that it's grain-free to being that it's pretty high in protein and 3 being that it seems to make my cat's waste not smell as much as it used to and that's always great
My three cats are picky eaters but this is one food that they all agree on. There is never any left in their bowls, they lick them clean. I also recommend this because since switching to Wellness, my cats' hair is shiny like it used to be when they were kittens.
My cat is allergic to chicken and doesn't do well with grain - so this is one of the very few foods that work well for him! While it is a little more expensive, it is worth the price for a happy healthy cat!
Wellness is on my top 3 brands of cat food, especially wet cat food. a lot of stuff makes my cat gassy and constipated, and a lot of the stuff that doesn't she isn't too interested. however, she loves basically every wellness can that I've bought.
Wellness CORE food is extremely healthy for cats, and my cats LOVED this variety. They prefer the venison/lamb/beef version of the wet food, however, the expense is worth it for the health benefits.
My pets were not fans of this food. It gave them both a belly ache too. They love their dry wellness food though!
My cat really likes this, although it’s a bit big and can dry out easily. We get it at new seasons
When my 17 year old cat could not eat dry food anymore, this became one of our go-tos.
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