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If cats had real thumbs, they'd both be up.
on April 15, 2016
I have picky cats. In an ideal world, both would be on a wet food diet, but I'll settle for getting them to eat anything at all.
Last year, when I only had Mr. Picky, the vet tech handed me a can of this particular flavor of Cats in the Kitchen by Weruva. She said that she personally uses this one when cats won't eat anything, so she thought Mr. Picky might enjoy it.
He still doesn't care for wet food at all, but I adopted a second cat more recently who does. She is, however, just as picky as he is. I bought can after can after pouch after can of wet food and thought I had found The One. However, she started waffling in her enthusiasm for eating that food/flavor, so I finally cracked open the can from the vet's office.
Miss Picky LOVES IT. She's pretty partial to really wet foods (her other favorite is Soulistic in gelée) and doesn't like the solid pieces. Anything with extremely discernible shreds or cubes was a "no," as was most pate. This Weruva food has some discernible shreds of chicken that she leaves behind, but the texture overall is soft and wet enough that she will eat most of it. I usually add a couple of spoonfuls of water to the food as well, just to make it more appealing to her.
Let me tell you, after weeks of her turning up her nose at everything but baby food, then watching her enjoy her Soulistic and NOT enjoy her Soulistic, it's nice to know that there's another option when her Picky-o-meter is cranked up to 11 and she's tired of the food she had been enjoying up until that moment. I will probably try to get her some of the other flavors and see how those go.