Nature’s Logic Beef Canned Cat Food Product Review

| December 15, 2015 | 10 Comments

Nature’s Logic Beef Canned Cat Food Product Review

Nature's Logic Beef Canned Cat Food Product ReviewWe received 4 cases of Nature’s Logic canned cat food for Charlie and Trigg to try out.  Unfortunately, neither one of them would eat it entirely.  I tried it on them a few years ago too and they wouldn’t do it – and I don’t like to waste food.  I am very bummed about it because I think it is a great food made by a great company that really cares about kitties and their nutrition.  Their canned cat food contains no wheat, corn, rice, soy, potato or chemically synthesized vitamins, minerals, or trace nutrients.

However, luckily my brother’s cat, Boots, loves the stuff.  So I took the cases over to Boots’ house and she ate them for several months.  Boots was transitioned to wet food only a few years ago, after I urged my brother and sister-in-law to do it.  And her coat has more moisture and more from the transition.

All flavors that we were sent of are the pâté variety – I know a lot of readers like to know that information.

Boots willingly ate all of the flavors:

  • Sardine
  • Beef
  • Chicken
  • Turkey

But my sister-in-law believes that the Beef is her favorite.

Nature’s Logic Beef Canned Cat Food Ingredients

Here are the ingredients in the Nature’s Logic Beef:

Beef, Beef Broth, Beef Liver, Sardines, Montmorillonite Clay, Porcine Plasma, Herring Oil (Preserved With Mixed Tocopherols), Egg Shell Meal, Brewers Dried Yeast, Dried Apple, Dried Apricot, Alfalfa Meal, Dried Artichoke, Dried Blueberry, Dried Broccoli, Dried Carrot, Dried Chicory, Dried Cranberry, Dried Kelp, Parsley, Dried Pumpkin, Rosemary, Dried Spinach, Dried Tomato, Rosemary Extract.

You can see all the cat food products that Nature’s Logic makes here.

As I say in the final review video below, I really like this food and wish Charlie and Trigg would eat it fully.  I am glad Boots got to benefit from it.

Buy Nature’s Logic Beef Canned Cat Food

You can buy Nature’s Logic Beef Canned Cat Food on Amazon or on Chewy.com.

Nature’s Logic Beef Canned Cat Food Product Review Video

We received the Nature’s Logic canned cat food for review from the manufacturer.  Receiving the free product did not influence this post.

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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. Patti Johnson says:

    Thanks so very much for this wonderful information and video! Bootsy is soooo BEAUTIFUL!! Lurve her little meows and how she rubs against your hand holding the can… 🙂 <3

    Big hugs & Happy Holidays!

    Patti & MIss Pink Sugarbelle 🙂 <3

  2. ABarletta says:

    Jenny, Gracie has not been eating well and I needed to find a good sub for the Wellness canned. After viewing one of your videos, I tried the Waruva Chicken Frick A Zee. I worried that she would not eat it because it was not a pate. Pate is all she will eat. She will not eat shreds or morsels. Or so I thought. I can’t remember when she ate a whole dish of food at one sitting. She wolfed that Frick A Zee down and did not leave a morsel in her dish. I hope this stuff is a keeper….Thanks so much for letting us know about the Waruva.

    • Jenny says:

      Hi Annette, Glad the Weruva worked for her – I would continue to switch it up, as long as it’s not causing diarrhea – the hardest thing when they get older is getting them to eat, so the more variety, the more hope you have. Charlie and Trigg never eat the same thing in a 3-4 day period. In other words, we only repeat every few days. Jenny

      • Kathy Gross says:

        Jenny… I am new to your web site… Have really enjoyed reading all the information and watching the videos… I am a ragdoll mother of two… My girls are 11 and 10 years of age. I would like to get a new kitten … I live in Kansas City…. Finding a good bredder is hard… One you can trust… Do you know of a good breeder close to my location… Kathy….

        • Jenny says:

          Kathy, did you know I live in Kansas City too? There is a breeder in Clay Center, KS – House of Steward Ragdolls – they have an awesome Facebook page – but I NEVER recommend breeders…but I’ve visited them.

        • Patti Johnson says:

          Hi, Kathy! I live in Lawrence, KS. We got our first Ragdoll girl back in January 2013 from Little Apple Ragdolls in Manhattan, Kansas from a very lovely lady named Andra Schroeder. She is no longer breeding Ragdolls right now because she had her first baby and is very busy with raising her child right now. However, she highly recommends House Of Steward Ragdolls from her Little Apple Ragdolls website. She even helped them start their breeding program, I think. If we ever decide to get a 2nd Ragdoll we’d use House of Steward based on Andra’s recommendation.

          Big hugs & Happy Holidays!

          Patti & Miss Pink Sugarbelle 🙂 <3

  3. Teresa Reid says:

    Thanks for the wonderful video Jenny. Boots is so sweet and really loved how she vigorously she attacked that food! We had the same reaction here with the food that you did with Charlie and Trigg several years ago when we were looking to find a good food for them. There are a lot of veggies in the food. Although those aren’t necessarily a bad thing, am just not very excited about them being included as fillers. Would prefer it just be pure protein, but since they wouldn’t touch it no matter what, it became a moot point anyway. ♥♥♥

    • Jenny says:

      yes, someone else mentioned the veggies – i forgot about that – but then again, trigg eats grass every day…and amy’s cats like to eat lettuce. what food do you have your girls on?

    • Deborah Jacob says:

      Hi Teresa, Deb with Nature’s Logic here. I wanted to take a moment to reply to your comment and let you know the “logic” behind the fruits and veggies used in our food. Nature’s Logic Canned Cat Food contains 95% meat, organ meat, bone and fat. The other 5% is a functional concentrate of fruits, veggies, and other natural ingredients to mimic the archetypal diet of the carnivore. Every ingredient in Nature’s Logic means something and supplies a functional percentage of the essential nutrients required by cats. In nature, dogs and cats are meat-eating predators, or what scientists call carnivores. Cats are called “obligate carnivores,” which means their diet must consist primarily of meat. When wild dogs or cats consume their prey, often plant-eating animals or “herbivores,” they eat the entire animal, including hair, bones, entrails, blood, stomach contents, etc. By consuming their prey’s stomach and intestinal contents, which are partially digested plant materials, natural carnivores also obtain some additional essential nutrients available only from plants.
      Nature’s Logic® pet foods are formulated the way a truly natural diet should be. We never use man-made, chemically-synthesized vitamins, minerals, or amino acids. Nature’s Logic® 100% natural pet foods are made primarily of meats and other high-quality protein sources, combined with carefully selected plant products to naturally provide the essential nutrition your pet needs to thrive.”

      Also, backing up this information is Dr. Greg Aldrich, PhD, one of the leading nutritionist in the pet industry. In an educational seminar to the industry, he said the following: “There appears to be a valid rationale for considering fruits and vegetables as functional ingredients in dog and cat diets. Further, there is growing evidence that these ingredients provide benefit to the animal above base nutrition and that there may be a synergism if certain phytonutrients were provided in whole food form rather than as individual supplemental elements.”

      Nature’s Logic uses a proprietary super food concentrate blend of dried fruit and vegetable powders to derive many of the natural nutrients in its formulations.

      What Dr. Aldrich means above is that providing nutrients from real food is better than the way the industry does it with an added synthetic feline vitamin mineral pack (supplemental elements which usually come from China).

      There are no fillers in any Nature’s Logic diets. Every ingredient is functional in every diet. Our diets perform well above diets in the industry that use synthetics to meet nutritional requirements. A good example is supplying the essential amino acid taurine from food only instead of adding synthetic taurine as all other companies do. The results are extraordinary and is an example that all nutrients from food are better than from synthetic chemical molecules.

      I hope this information is helpful and encourage you to contact us directly at info@natureslogic.com or call us at 888-546-0636 if we can address and other questions or concerns you may have. Best to you and your pets.

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