Blue Spa Select Savory Seafood Stew (With Garden Vegetables)
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Patsy
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Rating: 4

Dinners served

posted 3 years ago

Winky the cat has a long history of being fickle, like so many cats, when it comes to food. She has refused anything that resembles a pate so attention has been given to finding canned foods that are chunky, that resemble kibbles, or that are sliced. She usually walks away from fishy-smelling food as well as those that lack gravy. Her finickiness is apparent when you weigh her – our seven-year old cat won’t tip the scales up to ten pounds even when wet. With this said we discovered she really likes the Savory Seafood Stew with Garden Vegetables from Blue Buffalo’s Blue Spa Select line of canned cat foods.

The Savory Seafood Stew doesn’t contain as much seafood as you would think -- the ingredient list begins with ocean fish, chicken, chicken, broth, chicken liver, and shrimp then it’s followed by vegetables, fruits, minerals, and vitamins. This is a natural food that lacks animal-by-products corn, wheat, soy and gluten. It’s not chunky but instead appears ground and humans with cats who have texture preferences will want that knowledge.

We feed our cat mostly kibble but she gets 1 ½ ounces of canned food twice a day as a side to her dry food. This is not as high in protein as you might want (10%) and ash is a max of 2.1%. What we appreciate about this food, and Blue Buffalo canned foods in general, is that it seems to have re-stimulated her appetite. I’m going to be exploring other canned foods while searching for something that has more protein but for the time, this Savory Seafood Stew has her running to meet us at the food bowl while we’re dishing it out.

Pros: aroma, apparently the taste

Cons: not stew like

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Michele Z.
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Cats Liked The Savory Seafood Stew (But Didn't Care For The Vegetables)

posted 4 years ago

My cats liked this, but not as much as some of the other Blue Spa Select Flavors. In particular, they didn't seem to care for the pieces of vegetables in the "stew" and licked the gravy off of them.

The Blue Spa Select cat foods are "holistic" and grain-free, which are a plus. Although the first few ingredients are "meat" (ocean fish, chicken, chicken broth, chicken liver), there is still a rather lengthy list of ingredients (which I'm not sure are all necessary).

My cats liked this enough for me to continue purchasing it. I like that this comes in a 5.5 ounce can, which is better than opening two 3-ounce cans of another brand that my cats typically eat. The price ($1.19 ? per 5.5 ounce can) is slightly higher than the cost of two 3-ounce cans of the other brand, but the Blue Spa Select apparently is "healthier".

Pros: Tasty; Holistic; Grain-Free; No Animal By-Products; 5.5 Ounce Can Available

Cons: Cats Licked Around The Vegetables

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