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Reviewed in the United States on January 10, 2020
Since I was a kid I’ve always rescued animals; dogs, cats, birds, snakes, foxes... These days living in Hawaii it’s mostly orphaned or abandoned cats (and I have quite a collection). Just like kids, cats generally prefer cheap junk food to expensive “gourmet” or “premium” food. My cats will bypass ProPlan, Iams, Royal Canin or Science Diet and instead beg for Purina Cat Chow (the Big Mac and fries of dry cat food) or a can of Friskies. I have some nine-month-old kittens I’m transitioning to adult food. I raised them on premium kitten food and wanted to continue giving them quality nutrition. I went on a website called CatFoodDB that reviews and rates dozens of brands of cat food for nutrition and quality of ingredients (fillers, allergens, artificial flavors, etc.). Surprisingly, many of the so-called premium brands didn’t fare so well. Sheba, on the other hand, scored rather well. Not as high as some of the super-premium food that none of my cats will eat, but well above average - and my cats actually like it! I put out a few plates of Sheba and suddenly it gets quiet and everyone is face down in a bowl. Another thing: If you normally buy cans and wind up wasting half of it, these small individual portions may be worth the money.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Quality food my cats will actually eat!
By PNWShawn on January 10, 2020
Since I was a kid I’ve always rescued animals; dogs, cats, birds, snakes, foxes... These days living in Hawaii it’s mostly orphaned or abandoned cats (and I have quite a collection). Just like kids, cats generally prefer cheap junk food to expensive “gourmet” or “premium” food. My cats will bypass ProPlan, Iams, Royal Canin or Science Diet and instead beg for Purina Cat Chow (the Big Mac and fries of dry cat food) or a can of Friskies. I have some nine-month-old kittens I’m transitioning to adult food. I raised them on premium kitten food and wanted to continue giving them quality nutrition. I went on a website called CatFoodDB that reviews and rates dozens of brands of cat food for nutrition and quality of ingredients (fillers, allergens, artificial flavors, etc.). Surprisingly, many of the so-called premium brands didn’t fare so well. Sheba, on the other hand, scored rather well. Not as high as some of the super-premium food that none of my cats will eat, but well above average - and my cats actually like it! I put out a few plates of Sheba and suddenly it gets quiet and everyone is face down in a bowl. Another thing: If you normally buy cans and wind up wasting half of it, these small individual portions may be worth the money.
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