Best Canned Cat Foods According to Liz Eastwood of the Natural Cat Care Blog

| June 2, 2012 | 10 Comments

Many of you that follow Floppycats on Facebook, know that right now I am uber excited about an ebook recently written by Liz Eastwood of the Natural Cat Care blog.  Liz is a certified nutritionist for humans and an avid cat lover.

In her ebook, Natural Flea Control for Cat, Liz offers a subscription to the “Smart Cat Food Choices toolkit”.  So you can be kept updated about the best canned cat foods and the dry ones too – but I don’t like dry food for kitties (so you’ll have to go through Liz’s blog to find out those).  I have posted the best canned cat foods according to Liz below.  God bless Liz for putting this sucker together and helping us figure this out.

Best Canned Cat Foods According to Liz Eastwood of the Natural Cat Care Blog

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Hi, I’m Jenny Dean, creator of Floppycats! Ever since my Aunt got the first Ragdoll cat in our family, I have loved the breed. Inspired by my childhood Ragdoll cat, Rags, I created Floppycats to connect, share and inspire other Ragdoll cat lovers around the world,

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  1. Samantha says:

    Thank you for this, Jen! I’m always searching for the best quality foods for my kitties but it can get confusing, ingredients wise. This really helps. I’m also loving her post on why certain natural foods did not make the “best of” list. Knowledge is power 🙂

  2. Kim J says:

    Great info. I only want the best for my cats. I read ingredients in everything I buy. Malta and Ginny’s new favorite are the Natural Balance Delectable Delights stews. You can see whole pieces of carrots and veggies, just like home made, which they seem to enjoy texturally.

  3. Connie Harter says:

    I wish to inform anyone who wants to try the Flea Treats mentioned in Liz Eastwoods book, “Natural Flea Control for Cats Made Simple”, that I don’t think the company exists. I ordered my Flea Treats over a month ago and have made three phone calls and one e-mail asking what happened to them and I get NO RESPONSE. They charged my credit card and sent me nothing! I was so excited to try the product. I wonder if it makes any difference to order through Amazon. Thanks for listening.

    • Jenny says:

      I am so sorry – I have had the same trouble as you have and waited 2 months for my last order. They did eventually arrive. I would just keep trying. It’s annoying, I know. They are on Amazon? I would think that might be the better way to go – as sometimes sellers on Amazon, send Amazon the product to send out for them. Also, you can get a refund with Amazon a lot more quickly. Thanks for the Amazon tip – I had no idea.

  4. Kathy says:

    My 2 Ragdolls are really picky, I have tried so many different canned foods and what they want to eat is only foods with gravy in it and then they lick all the gravy and leave the rest of the food. Any suggestions? I also feed them dry food and they gave a water fountain that they drink out of but they prefer to drink out of the sink or bathroom faucet when I am using the water.

  5. Chris says:

    I give my cats Applaws dry food, its meat based and no cerial in it. I also feed them twice a day wet food called Lillys, they seem to have gone off it but I still put it down and they eat it eventually. I have a water fountain for them too.
    I would like to know anyother good wet complete foods as they don’t like Lillys so much.
    They love Applaws wet food but its not complete so I don’t like using it.

  6. Dementia Boy says:

    Have you looked at Liz Eastwood’s updated list, current as of April 2014? The link above, although originally posted in 2012, will take you right to it. Liz lists the good, the bad and the ugly for all foods. The second place and runners-up are also worth looking at, as are the comments. Folks seem to agree that feeding your cat a variety of wet foods (“rotation”) is the way to go.

    “Good” also depends on your cat’s age and health. Catinfo.org, which Jenny also mentions, is a good source for additional information.

    This is a squirmy question, but have you considered transitioning your cats off of dry food? Dr. Pierson says that the worst wet food is better than the best dry food. I don’t know that I’d go that far–there’s some pretty crummy wet food out there, lol–but even grain-free dry food is too high in carbs and too low in moisture for cats.

  7. Dementia Boy says:

    Clarification: Liz lists the good, bad and ugly for all foods on her list, not all foods on the market!

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