Q: Has anyone tried Blue cat food products?

October 22, 2009 | By Rebecca G. | 6 answers | Expired: 1849 days ago

I am trying to find a corn-free healthier dry food for my cats, and i am looking for info on Blue Spa food

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C. K.

Oct 29, 2009

These are some great premium grain-free foods that you might also try;
Innova EVO
Before Grain (B.G.), made by Merrick
Now! Grain Free
Wellness CORE
Nature's Variety Instinct
Taste of the Wild

I personally feed Taste of the Wild to my cat, it has Chicken, Venison, and Smoked Salmon. She loves it.

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Oct 26, 2009

I switched my two cats over to Blue Buffalo from Innova with great success. The prices and ingredients were both comparable, but Blue seemed to work better on my male's 'output'. I buy the Special Select - chicken kibble and the 3 types of seafood canned food (my female won't eat the chicken canned food ... have no idea why). I think my cats look healthy, are energetic, have good coats. And in fact my male seems to losing a couple pounds (he was getting a little chubby).

You can do a comparison test on their website - you may find that helpful. www.bluebuff.com/products/cats/can-main.shtml

Good luck

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Oct 25, 2009

I had used Blue Wilderness for a while. That is their grain free food. My cats liked it, i had no problems with it and asked my vet about it-he said it was a good high quality grain free food. But I have recently switched to Taste of the Wild which I buy at a local store (not a chain) it is cheaper.

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Oct 24, 2009

i'm not too sure about Blue Spa cat food. my cats ate it for a while as kittens, but i stopped feeding it to them when i noticed that their bags of "kitten" food said they were formulated to meet standards for "maintenance", not for "growth and development" or for "all life stages". more recently i've noticed a change on some of the bags, and perhaps the "maintenance" ones i had seen were simply a typo, but...still, that was enough to put me off of their cat food.

if you're looking to cut out corn, By Nature is pretty good stuff. i fed it to my kitties for a while before i cut grain from their diet altogether. By Nature has no corn, no wheat, no soy, and no by-products. plus, if you visit their web site, they have a customer loyalty program! PetSmart carries this brand. it's not too terribly expensive, plus they also have an organic option.

also, if you're used to shopping in big chain pet stores (Pet Co, PetSmart, etc.), check out some local stores too. in our area, a local pet store actually has the best selection *and* prices in town. i found that i was able to buy grain-free cat food there for a price comparable to what i was paying for By Nature at PetSmart.

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Oct 22, 2009

Yes I tried blue spa foods. My cats did not like them at all! they actually refused to eat it??? I tried many foods until I finally settled on one. I feed my cats a raw diet and dry grain free food.

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Michele Z.

Oct 22, 2009

I recently found the Blue Spa "Tempting Tuna Grill" at Tractor Supply (and wrote a product review) and thought my cats might like it. They really DID. In fact, they liked it well enough that I have bought two other Blu Spa varieties--"Savory Seafood" and "Savory Salmon", but haven't done a taste test on those yet.

It is hard to predict if you will get a similar result with your cats, but my cats usually only eat Fancy Feast and select few other brands--now I can add the Blu Spa select to the list,

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