Lotus Canned Cat Food Review – Chicken & Vegetable Pâté

Last Updated on July 8, 2021 by Jenny

Lotus ChickenWhen Liz Eastwood featured Lotus Pet Food on her best canned cat foods list, I decided to reach out to Lotus to see if they would send us their canned cat food.

Lotus canned cat food currently comes in 3 flavors – and we were sent all three to test out:

Lotus canned cat food Chicken and Vegetable Pate has the following ingredients: Chicken Broth, Chicken, Chicken Liver, Ocean Fish, Dried Peas, Natural Chicken Liver Flavor, Agar-Agar, Carrots, Asparagus, Cranberries, Blueberries, Ground Whole Flaxseed, New Zealand Green Mussel, Eggs, Clams, Salmon Oil, Olive Oil, Tricalcium Phosphate, Sea Salt, Dried Kelp, Potassium Chloride, Sodium Tripolyphosphate, Calcium Sulfate, Choline Chloride, Betaine, Zinc Proteinate, Iron Proteinate, Niacin, Vitamin E Supplement, Thiamine Mononitrate, Copper Proteinate, Manganese Proteinate, Sodium Selenite, Calcium Pantothenate, Vitamin A Supplement, Riboflavin, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Biotin, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Calcium Iodate, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Folic Acid.

You can also see the guaranteed analysis information here.

Lotus canned cat food comes in the following sizes:

  • 2.75oz can
  • 5.5oz can
  • 12.5oz can

Reasons to Love Lotus Canned Cat Food:

  • Made in California
  • Do not us any ingredients from China (including the vitamins and minerals)
  • No Carrageenan
  • No Guar Gum
  • No Xanthan Gum
  • Calorie Content: 1,100 kcal/kg (170.5 kcal/can)
  • Lots of Protein
  • No Taurine added – comes naturally in all of proteins – clams, chicken, chicken liver, turkey, etc.
  • New Zealand green mussels, a natural source of chondroitin and glucosamine

Trigg and Charlie will not eat the Chicken one – BOO.  But Caymus did and so did Murphy with a little encouragement!  See video below:

You can order Lotus Wholesome Grain Free Chicken Pate for Cats Canned Food on Amazon.com for $32.97.  You know the drill, though, if you find it for less some place else – let me know by posting the link in the comment section below.

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5 thoughts on “Lotus Canned Cat Food Review – Chicken & Vegetable Pâté

  1. Joanna says:

    Hello Everyone!

    Just wanted to let you know that I contacted Lotus as previously advised by Jenny for some trial cans for my Noah. He is a picky eater, but this food looks like something he might enjoy, besides love it doesn’t include Carrageenan, Guar Guam, and Xanthan Guam.

    Well, I received a response the next working day by one of their customer service team members, and they were kind enough to ask me for my mail address and will be sending over some sample cans. This is a new variety and it is not offered in singles or mix packages to try out first before spending almost $40.

    Anyway, I just wanted to share this with you because not all companies offer this and their customer service so far has been excellent.

    Thanks again Jenny!

  2. Dementia Boy says:

    Banging my head against the table.

    When I was researching non-carrageenan foods, Lotus was one of the foods I ran across. William and Izzy could tolerate it; William eats everything from the best and worst of canned cat foods to cardboard to shower curtains without any digestive upsets.

    But when I looked at the ingredients, I knew that Jolie would vomit and/or have diarrhea immediately. She just can’t handle fruits and veggies, even if I sneak them in in small amounts.

    So, the search continues for high fat/low carb foods without carageenan.

    • Jenny says:

      sorry to hear that about Jolie – my cats stopped eating lotus – i wish they wouldn’t – but they did, so i am no longer serving it. i might try it again in the future.

  3. Geo says:

    Wish there was a way to get some sample cans to try. I never buy a case until I know if they like it or not. I haven’t seen this food in any retail stores near me.
    Also, I don’t buy canned food in any size larger than 5.5 oz. because my understanding is that cans larger than that are not BPA free. Asking if the cans have a BPA-free lining is a good idea when trying a new food. (Bad for us humans too in our canned food.)
    So many considerations for feeding a healthy diet to our Raggies!

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