My cat loves the Gravy Lovers canned cat food, but ONLY the BEEF!
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When I last wrote it was with concern that the formula (Paw lickin chicken) I was giving my cat had too much gravy and not enough meat. That has since changed and the meat is abundant. My cat ate it all up at every feeding. Since that time I have added another cat to my home. Both cats were gobbling the Weruva without hesitation until a couple of weeks ago. Lately they have been rejecting the food and the gravy is somewhat different. Several weeks ago my older cat refused to eat the last can in the case I had ordered. When I finally threw it away and opened a new can from a new case she ate it without hesitation. More recently the cats will reject the food on and off. With the newest case of food I ordered this month I found a small green leaf sitting on the top of the food. Has the processing or inspection of how the food is made changed in any way? Does anyone have any concerns about the food? My older cat can still only eat this one kind of food. I have fed my other cat Soulistic and it appears to be the same. I will try it on the older cat to see if she can tolerate it in case they both continue to reject the Weruva.
Would this sort of diet be good for cats with constant diarrhea? Also one of those two cats only likes eating the gravy from the canned fancy feast I feed his brother and the others. Is there a sort of gravy that comes from making your own food? I want to feed my cats healthier food and this particular page has been encouraging!
My cat likes to eat only the gravy part of her food
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I am interested too - my 19 1/2 year old cat will only eat the gravy. I just tried a can of cat food, added water and ran it through the blender. She had no interest in it all.I agree with Twinkle, my cats will not eat any of the "sliced" or "shredded" varieties of canned cat food either. They will only lick off the gravy. My cats do like the pate varieties as well as some of the "ground" varieties. Do some experimenting with different textures and brands, and you will find what your cat likes.My cat only likes wet pate food. If I give her anything that's not pate, all she'll do is lick the gravy & won't eat any of the food. You'll have to experiment with different wet foods to find what your cat likes. My cat Jane primarily eats dry food, however, I like to give her a can of wet food a couple of times a week. I feel the wet food provides her with some fluids to prevent kidney problems or dehydration. She only eats the gravy off the whole pieces and leaves them to dry and stick horribly to her dish. Is there the option of gravy only wet cat food? Your veterinarian can recommend a pet food company that makes various veterinary diets that come in packets, which are, essentially, a gravy only wet cat food. The advantage of using these foods is that they are completely balanced and good for your cat. Ask your veterinarian about the availability of this diet in your area. As another alternative, mix the wet food she prefers with some water to increase her overall water consumption. Because many cats are finicky about the texture of the food that they are eating, this may not please her. Also, be sure to provide your cat with plenty of fresh water daily to prevent dehydration.