Weruva Cat Food Review - The Conscious Cat

Weruva This is the only cat food that looks good enough that I would eat it
My 2 Siamese and 2 Bengals wouldn’t eat Innova, Evo, Wellness, Halo, Taste of the Wild canned or any of the good grain free canned foods available and I tried most of them. They love Paw Lickin’ Chicken and they are all at perfect weights. Their dry is Instinct Chicken with Raw Boost and they only get Freeze Dried Chicken treats and dental treats. Grain free is the way to go and Weruva is a top quality food that most cats like. They will eat Earthborne Chicken and Stella’s freeze dried Chicken dinner too but prefer Weruva. Mine enjoy their stainless steel water fountain so they get plenty of fresh water to drink daily too.
Won't eat it, nor will he eat any fish, which is fine since fish isn't good for males. Weruva is the only cat food he will consistently eat. He loves duck and beef.
Overall, the Weruva pet food brand seems to offer decent nutritional value and quality, though the company doesn’t provide specific information about where their ingredients come from. It may also raise a red flag for some cat owners that Weruva’s cat food products are manufactured outside of the U.S. in Thailand. Where this brand succeeds is in providing a wide variety of product choices, many of which are grain-free and many of which are made with novel proteins like duck and tuna. Where this brand is lacking, however, is in the exclusion of chelated minerals and probiotics from their recipes. If you are looking for a quality cat food brand to offer your cat, Weruva is a good option but you may be able to do better. Apr 23, 2013 - Weruva Cat Food ReviewCats are obligate carnivores, and they need meat not only to survive, but to thriveThe optimal diet for a cat is a properly formulated raw, home-cooked or grain-free canned diet
By the way, my cat is a weruva addict, which is really good since I refuse to feed him foods like [brand "x"]. Weruva makes his fur so soft and silky that the animal keepers at our favorite kennel ask if his diet was responsible for his healthy fur.I just wanted to say thank you for making a great food my cat loves. When her lifelong kitty partner passed away recently, Daphne was left as an only pet. She needed to find joy in something, and for her, food is a great source of comfort and joy. Daphne was eating prescription food prior, not because she needed, but because her buddy did. I figured my nearly 16 year old, healthy kitty deserved food she would love to call her own. I started feeding her [another brand], but after a short period, she was just unhappy with it and would no longer eat it. Weruva to the rescue! She eats it right up and begs for more. I'm so happy I found a food she loves that I can feel good about giving Daphne. Thank you for making great products my spoiled, special girl loves!This is a very common question and the answer is not simple. Unfortunately, cat food labels are not the best place for answers. Cat food companies are good at marketing and creating conveniently packaged products. However, the nutritional analysis on the label is incomplete and unhelpful for comparing one diet to another. Aside from listing the ingredients and nutrient numbers in small print, these data do not provide enough information to make a meaningful decision.About Weruva: Founded by David and Stacie Foman and named after there three rescued cats, WERUVA manufactures "human style" pet food using natural, fit for human consumption food ingredients. WERUVA's pet foods are formulated under veterinarian scrutiny and manufactured in a USDA approved, ISO 9001 certified human food facility. The factory has certification in Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) and certificates of accreditation by the European Food Safety Inspection Service (EFSIS). For more information on WERUVA and its brand of pet food products, please visit .