Nature’s Logic Cat Food Chicken Dinner Fare Review

Post Published on June 5, 2012 | Last Updated on July 8, 2021 by Jenny

Caymus eating Nature's Logic Chicken Dinner Fare Canned Cat Food
Caymus eating Nature’s Logic Chicken Dinner Fare Canned Cat Food

I discovered Nature’s Logic Cat Food when I saw a giveaway for it on Ingrid King’s The Conscious Cat.  So I reached out to Nature’s Logic and asked if they would send us some cans to try out.  First up is their Chicken Dinner Fare canned cat food.

Here’s what attracted me to Nature’s Logic Cat Food Chicken Dinner Fare:

  • muscle meat and organ meat based can foods (High-quality Animal Protein)
  • contains no wheat, corn, rice, soy, potato
  • contains no chemically synthesized vitamins, minerals, or trace nutrients
  • each can has animal plasma containing high levels of natural vitamins, minerals, and albumin and globulin proteins
  • the cans are BPA-free
  • It’s one of the 10 foods Susan Thixton would feed her own cats according to her “List” Dec 1, 2011 (this means they meet her criteria)
  • NO synthetic vitamins or minerals added (all the nutrients come from FOOD. This is very rare.)
  • It’s not owned by a huge corporate conglomerate that doesn’t care about what’s going in the food
  • All nutrients in Nature’s Logic Chicken Dinner Fare are derived from whole foods and 100% natural ingredients.
Murphy eating Nature's Logic Chicken Dinner Fare Canned Cat Food
Murphy eating Nature’s Logic Chicken Dinner Fare Canned Cat Food

I asked Liz Eastwood of the Natural Cat Care blog about Nature’s Logic – you know, if it was any good, and she said that she’ll be adding it to her best canned cat foods list.

Since they don’t use “added vitamins and minerals” all nutrients come from food – so their foods have a lot of ingredients to supply all the nutrients to keep cats healthy.

INGREDIENTS: Chicken, Chicken Broth, Chicken Liver, Chicken Heart, Dried Egg Product, Porcine Plasma, Motmorillonite Clay, Cottage Cheese, Cod Liver Oil, Brewers Dried Yeast, Dried Apple, Dried Apricot, Alfalfa Meal, Dried Artichoke, Dried Blueberry, Dried Broccoli, Dried Carrot, Dried Chicory Root, Dried Cranberry, Dried Kelp, Parsley, Dried Pumpkin, Rosemary, Dried Spinach, Dried Tomato, Egg Shell Meal.

Learn more about ingredients in Nature’s Logic Cat Food here.

Nature’s Logic’s website includes the analysis listing – it’s lengthy, so best to be seen on their site.

Caymus and Murphy immediately liked it.  Charlie and Trigg liked it on and off, but I would continue to give it to them and buy it for them because it’s so good for them and I would feel good giving it to them.

Here’s arrival video:

Here’s a video of Caymus and Murphy trying Nature’s Logic Chicken Dinner Fare for the first time:

Here’s a video of Charlie and Trigg eating it:

You can buy 12 of the 5.5 oz cans Nature’s Logic Cat Food Chicken Dinner Fare on for $22.99 – or approximately $1.92/can.

Check out Nature’s Logic on Facebook or follow them on Twitter!  Also, be on the lookout for a bonus giveaway tomorrow of their food!!

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4 thoughts on “Nature’s Logic Cat Food Chicken Dinner Fare Review

  1. BJ says:

    I’m just worried about the yeast in Nature’s Logic. One of my cats has every inflammatory and autoimmune condition known to man–and then some–and became “famous” 15 years ago when her life story was published in U.C. Davis’s veterinary journal. (She found her way into my life as a week-old feral; her sibling has absolutely no medical problems whatsoever, hasn’t even lost a tooth.)

    Every condition Nike has flared up when I fed her Nature’s Logic.

    Yeast, while having some good properties (the B vitamins, for example), is alkaline and inflammatory. I test the pH of everything that goes into my cats, and Nature’s Logic increases the pH. (Yes, I have a “mad scientist’s” lab, lol.)

    Granted it’s rare to encounter such an immunological wreck as my Nike, rarer still that she live this long with so many problems. But all of my cats are old–my flame-point Ragdoll just turned 24!!–and their immune systems just aren’t what they used to be.

    For “normal” cats, I agree this is good food. But for cats with inflammatory conditions or immune disorders, I’d be careful.

    Thanks–not trying to flame, just inform.

  2. Maryam says:

    I want bowls like that for my cat, the pnes charlie and trigg have, with the cats on it! CUTE! I want to know where i can get one?

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