Life’s Abundance Wet Cat Food

Post Published on February 26, 2021 | Last Updated on April 1, 2021 by Jenny

No two cats are the same, and that applies to food tastes as much as it does to their look and their personality. One of your cats might love something that another of your cats hates.

It’s always important to remember that when you read a review of a cat food – look for the scientific benefits, but understand that even the ‘best’ cat foods might not be right for your own feline.

Life’s Abundance wet cat food was recommended to me by a reader, so I ordered some and presented it to Charlie and Trigg.  Charlie loved it, Trigg ate it.  But my parents’ 16-year old Ragdoll cats, Caymus and Murphy weren’t interested.

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Is Life’s Abundance a good cat food?

It was during a discussion about Ziwi Peak cat food that my reader mentioned that he feeds his cats Life’s Abundance. He pointed out that it’s on the recommended list of canned foods from Dr. Jean Hofve DVM, and he found out about it through an interview that I’d actually conducted with Dr. Jean a while back.

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She has a list of foods that she approves of in her eBook, ‘What Cats Should Eat’, but she’s also shared her opinion of Life’s Abundance in this article. She describes it as “the highest quality, lowest-carb, cat-friendliest canned food available”.

To be clear, the article refers to ‘Instinctive Choice’ cat food, which is one of two variants sold on the Life’s Abundance website. However, they are essentially the same, just in different flavors – Dr. Jean talks about them together, but when you shop on the website, you’ll see one is branded as Instinctive Choice and the other is branded as Life’s Abundance.

Whether you choose the organic chicken, turkey, liver, and shrimp Instinctive Choice flavor or the pork and duck Life’s Abundance flavor that I ordered, Dr. Jean recommends them as part of a balanced diet. By that, she states that you should make sure there is variety in what your cat eats so that they get all the nutrients they need.

The reason Dr. Jean recommends Life’s Abundance Pork & Duck is because it is a natural source of proteins and fats, which are the key metabolic needs of a healthy cat.

One of the reasons I chose the pork and duck flavor to try out are because, in Chinese medicine, pork and duck are considered cold meats. Cold meats don’t cause inflammation in the gut, which can help if your cat has gastrointestinal issues.

In terms of what it contains, the pork and duck cans have a minimum of 12% protein and 5% fat, as well as up to 1% fiber.

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This is a very high level of protein and so it may not be suited to any cats with chronic kidney disease (CKD). As Dr. Jean states, you should always go through any dietary changes with your vet if your pet suffers from an illness and they might recommend against high-protein foods such as Life’s Abundance.

There’s a lot of moisture in these cans too, which is really important in keeping your cat’s digestive system healthy and their stools regular, especially since cats will normally only decide to drink from a bowl when they are already dehydrated.

It also contains Vitamin E, another essential vitamin for your cat that helps to protect against problems with their muscles, heart and liver.

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Where can I buy Life’s Abundance cat food?

You won’t find Life’s Abundance cat food in any physical stores, nor is it available for purchase on any major e-retailer such as Amazon or Chewy.

Instead, you can place your order online at the Life’s Abundance website. You can choose shipping to your home, or if you want your order faster and you live near one of the distribution centers, you can even go and collect it yourself, though you’ll need to order in advance.

You can buy it by the can, if you want to try it with your cat to see if they’ll take to it before you buy a larger pack.

If you buy 24 cans at a time, you can choose the Autoship option. This will automatically schedule new orders for you, so you’re always getting Life’s Abundance delivered to your door each month. You can cancel or amend your plan at anytime and it saves you $3 on the usual price.

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Is Life’s Abundance grain-free?

Life’s Abundance wet cat food doesn’t contain any grains, and it doesn’t contain fruits or vegetables either. Cats don’t need carbohydrates as part of their diet, but they do need a little bit of fiber. Life’s Abundance does include small amounts of fiber but it is primarily a protein-based food.

There are no artificial colors or preservatives in Life’s Abundance – it is a completely natural cat food.

Let me know if you’ve tried Life’s Abundance with your cat, and whether they liked it. Comment with any questions you have too, although if your question is around whether Life’s Abundance is suitable for specific illnesses, you should speak to your vet.

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FAQs:

Is Life’s Abundance an MLM?

Yes – Life’s Abundance is an MLM.

While MLMs generally have a bad reputation and with good cause, sometimes they offer high quality products. As a customer you don’t need to sign up to anything to place an order, but if you use the URL of a distributor (such as mine) then you’ll help to support them, and the prices are the same whether you order from the regular website or a distributor’s version.

Life’s Abundance is a BBB A+ accredited business, and has been since 2005. The products were formulated by Dr. Jane Bicks DVM, a renowned vet who is formerly the President of the Veterinary Medical Associated of New York City.

 

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6 thoughts on “Life’s Abundance Wet Cat Food

  1. John Galeota says:

    Hi Jenny,
    My two Raggies ‘inhale’ Life’s Abundance Pork & Duck / Chicken,Turkey & Shrimp. Both products are very consistent. The amount of moisture in the can seems perfect to me.

    I use Life’s Abundance Auto Ship. By doing so the shipping charge is a flat fee no matter how many cases I buy. ( A money saver) I usually order 4 cases, 2 and 2.
    Delivery is extremely prompt.

    On occasion I’ve had to call Life’s Abundance Customer Support with an order or website question. The Reps have been wonderful, polite, informative and solved my ‘problem’.

    What about product recalls ? Life’s Abundance has never had a recall in 22 years, but what makes their business model unique, if they ever had to recall my cat food they know exactly how to contact me since they sold directly to me. I like that.

    My entire experience with Life’s Abundance has been excellent. I highly recommend.

  2. Deedee Love says:

    My Kiki has been eating Life’s Abundance for years. I started him on this food after reading the original article from Dr. Hofve. I started with the Chicken variety and soon realized that he didn’t really like it all that much and would often leave it in his bowl. In addition I feed him the grain free dry kibble as he is a dry food addict. Thankfully my kitty drinks lots of water to compensate. I also tried the turkey heart treats, which he absolutely loved, but unfortunately they are just too rich and he would get diarrhea. So they are not on the menu anymore. I do give him the Healthy Skin and Coat Treats in addition to Spry Ocular Treats that contain L-lysine for his feline herpes. If I remember right Dr. Hofve also recommended Aeura for feline herpes and he gets a crushed up pill on top of his dry food daily. Long story short, Kiki loves the Pork and Duck wet food. I mix some rehydrated Whole Life chicken in with it and he is HAPPY. I highly recommend Life’s Abundance.
    (I will try and upload a photo to Facebook.)

    • Jenny says:

      Thank you for sharing – I love that he loves the Pork and Duck. Please know, I have learned over the years that water drinking does not make up for the dry food consumption, unfortunately.

  3. Patti Johnson says:

    WOW! TYSVM for all the great info about this pet food product, Jenny honey! SUPER PAWESOME & FABULOUS post!!!! If we decide to try some of this for our girl, we will definitely order via your distributorship link. 😉 <3

    Big hugs & lots of love & purrs!

    Patti & Miss Pink Sugarbelle 🙂 <3 <3 <3

  4. Deidre C says:

    I just ordered 4 cans of each flavor. I’ll see if these picky Raggies will eat it. I’m sure my rescue will- he likes anything!

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