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Weruva Cats in the Kitchen, Chicken Frick 'A Zee with Chicken Au Jus Cat Food, 3.2oz Can (Pack of 24)
Flavor Name: Chicken Frick 'A Zee|Size: 3.2-Ounce Can (Pack of 24)|Change
Price:$35.86+ Free shipping with Amazon Prime


on December 15, 2016
Cat has a severe skin allergy and has been on Purina his whole life. He recently got dry food taken away for good but was still on his Purina chicken and turkey. On the hunt I went for a top product. Bought Wellness brand, FAIL! Returned $50 worth of that crap. In fact, my cat flipped me off when I tried the Wellness, and when I tried to outsmart him and mix Wellness with the Purina dry, he outsmarted me right back and ate the Purina and left the Wellness vittles in the bowl. Onward! I found Weruva. I gasped at the price, quite sure I'll need a second job. But nothing is too good for the King fuzzpants. Ordered the following: 1) Love Me Tender chicken and duck; 2) Funk in the Trunk chicken and pumpkin; 3) Chicken Frick a Zee; 4) Fowl Ball turkey and chicken. 5) Chicken and Chicken Liver.

A week in, here are the results. The skin allergy is not completely gone. Time to explore other avenues. Prince Chan's fur coat is gloriously shiny and soft, to the extent one wants to be sure to have super clean hands before touching such luxury. His personality has become that of a school kid on the playground, and he wants to constantly play, chatter, and seek attention.

ORDERED STRAIGHT FISH FLAVORS: The skin allergy was 100% cured by DAY 3 on straight fish.

EDIT APRIL 2017: FOUND LARGE BONES IN "KITTY GONE WILD" FLAVOR. CONTACTED WERUVA AND GOT A SONG AND DANCE ABOUT HOW THEY STRIVE FOR NO BONES. NONSENSE. EVERY CAN I HAVE OPENED SO FAR I HAVE INSPECTED FOR BONES, AND FOUND LARGE ONES. WERUVA OFFERED NOTHING. I WARNED THEM WE WOULD GO PUBLIC, AND NOW YOU CAN SEE WHAT IS IN THIS. IF YOU WANT A FISH FLAVOR, PICK THRU IT CAREFULLY AND WATCH FOR SHARP AND LARGE BONES. I ASKED A FISH GURU, AND HE SAID THESE ARE JAW BONES AND SPINES WE ARE FINDING. BEWARE!!! THE SHARP ONE IN THE PHOTOS IS LIKE A NEEDLE! THE LARGEST ONE WITH A ROUND TOP WAS UNBREAKABLE. I HAVE NO IDEA IF MY CAT ATE BONES IN THE FIRST 2 CANS, AS I DIDNT FIND IT UNTIL THE 3RD CAN, AND EVERY CAN SINCE. ****

*Weruva Mideast Feast has NO BONES so far. **TWO TO TANGO** ALSO CONTAINS BONES.

Photos shown were taken in March 2017. Order was from Amazon. Weruva claims Amazon is same exact product as buying anywhere else.
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on June 7, 2018
I don't know what the factory in Thailand has changed when processing and canning WeRuVa cat food, but my cats will no longer eat this. They turn up their nose on every flavor. I wrote WeRuVa and explained the cans have a funnier smell and more than average "gel" on top. So much so, the contents have become soupy. I got the usual response, "We process out cat food at the highest quality....blah blah blah. They never addressed my individual concern. After wasting approximately $45.00 I stopped purchasing. This is not like I tried it once and quit. I had been feeding my cats this brand for over a year, but recently they have refused anything from WeRuVa brand. They lost me as a customer because they did not take my letter seriously. I could forgive a processing error, but I will not be treated will ill-regard and remain a customer.
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on May 18, 2017
My cat won't eat this, it's a weird gelotinis texture, maybe that's why, or he just doesn't like the taste? Expensive food, I'm going to start buying 1 or 2 cans of new food at Petco, THEN if he likes it I will order by the case. I also read online that WERUVA CAT FOOD was causing extream illnesses in cats, paralysing their back legs and in some cases causing death, so for that reason alone, I will not feed it to my cats!
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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.
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on March 2, 2017
My two cats are NOT picky eaters. They are fed 2x a day wet food. We wanted to get quality cat food for them and have been feeding our cats this for a while now. They LOVED it! Couldn't get the food dishes down fast enough. Our last purchase from Amazon of a case of this food is awful. Both cats have gotten terribly sick from this food. One cat has been throwing up multiple times a day while the other cat has horrible diarrhea. We weren't quite sure at first if it was this food but now I am quite sure it is. They won't even eat it when we put it down now. Over half the case has been tossed in the garbage. I feel horrible that my cats are getting this sick from the food I am feeding them. The expiration date on the bottom of the can is December 2019.
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on March 10, 2017
My cats are incredibly picky eaters when it comes to cat food in a can, but they have also become quite vocal about getting dinner as well. So, to that end I have experimented over the years and found one of my cats will only eat fish, rabbit, or quail. I've tried a variety of brands, flavor combinations and presentation styles, to which most of them he has thrown his nose up and tried to bury. Being the ever dutiful pet parent that is ruled by the furry feline I have endeavored to find a wet food that is healthy for them and they will eat, even the picky one. This brings me to Weruva's Cats in the Kitchen brand canned cat food. After much trial and error it appears that my kiddos seem to prefer the La Isla Bonita and the Two Tu Tango consistently I almost hesitate in posting this for fear that they will decide it is no longer to their taste. What I like is that you can see actual chunks of the various fish. And they use only products that are of the same as you and I would eat, not tainted. The second thing I like about these is that while they are a mix of chunks of fish and pate, there is just the right amount of moisture. The food isn't swimming in gravy nor is it dry as cracker.

FEEDING FISH: Yes, keep in mind people, both of these are fish based, and should not be their ONLY source of vitamins and minerals. While all fish based "complete" cat food has added nutrition, so that it may carry the name, it may not be enough for your kiddos. That being said you should, if your like me, feed only fish based canned cat food, supplement it with dry food. By supplementing it with a dried variety that is not just fish based they can get healthy doses of vitamin K and Thiamine.
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on June 1, 2018
My cat loves this food! I'm a big fan, especially since my male cat has a history of urinary crystals, and Weruva posts the potassium and magnesium content of all their food online so I can easily pick the best food for him, taking into account his medical needs.

However, as much as I love this food, I'm giving it three starts because 7 of the 24 cans turned up dented enough that I didn't feel comfortable giving them to him. While small dents in cans are ok, deep dents or dents near the seams can break the seal of the can and let in bacteria, including botulism. I kept the cans with small dents, but tossed the ones with deep dents or the ones near the seams, so I'll probably stick to buying this from my local pet store so I can make sure they're safe for him to eat and not waste money on cans of food I just have to throw away.
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on April 20, 2018
I was feeding this to my indoor cats for a couple of months but had to stop. I noticed one of my cats was having huge hair loss..like clumps coming out daily. She was not thriving on this and the other cat had mostly stopped eating it. Not sure what was wrong here but a few days after I took them off this food they were both doing much better. No more throwing up and the hair loss stopped. This food is way to expensive for this to be happening. I put them on a different food (Holistic) and they are once again healthy and happy.
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on March 14, 2017
Oh, a VERY satisfied Sphynx cat I have now. Weruva is most definitely more costly BUT sometimes it is what we need to spend for those we cherish. Yes, I love my crazy little feline and this is by far one of the most nutritious foods for them. High MEAT protein, high moisture and no veggies, cheese, eggs or other nonsense which cats do NOT eat in the wild ever. They are carnivores, period. Most cat illnesses, (not found in wild cats), are caused by feeding them a diet filled with food their bodies are not equipped to digest. If I had time, raw meat or home cooked would be best. YES, it is time consuming and not always easy to switch cats over. But seriously, even if your budget is inflexible, ANY wet food is better than dry food. The costly "special" food the veterinarian sells for your cats "problems" is not nutritious and THAT is a waste of money. Always look for high protein (not from eggs veggies or cheese), but MEAT and HIGH moisture. Right now, WERUVA is the closest I can get to feed my cat properly. I spent time educating myself. I only wish I had learned decades ago.
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on November 8, 2017
My cats love this food but my boy cat fell ill with struvite crystals in his bladder 10 days ago. My vet said it was likely because of his food. Goldie Lox (as well as a lot of other weruva varieties) has fish in it, so the magnesium content of the food is too high. Additionally, fishy food makes cats’ pee too alkaline, which encourages crystal growth. PLEASE check the ingredients and mineral content of your pet food!! Weruva is notorious for sneaking tuna into many of their flavors. My cats will not be eating any of the Weruva flavors with fish in them anymore!
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