Weruva Cats in the Kitchen Variety Pack Non Product Review

Post Published on February 6, 2018 | Last Updated on July 8, 2021 by Jenny

Weruva Cats in the Kitchen Variety Pack Grain-Free Canned Cat Food Product Review and Chewy

I have a difficult time “reviewing” cat food – as a consumer, I would want to know the following in a cat food review:

  1. Is it safe for my cats?
  2. What does it look like out of the can?
  3. Do cats like it?
  4. Does it offer a good nutritional balance for my cat?
  5. Did the cat’s health change over a year from eating that food? (I’d want a blood test, etc)

Here’s the thing, I am not a cat nutritionist.  Because of that, I do not think it is fair for me to “review” a cat food.  However, I am OK featuring one that I feed to my cats, so that other people can make the decision as to whether or not they think their cats might like it and if it works for them and their household.  You can read about what I feed my cats here.

If I had it my way, Charlie and Trigg would eat whole prey.  However, my efforts failed.  And my efforts to feed them a strictly wet food diet have also failed – Charlie gets 2 tablespoons of dry food a day and Chiggy gets about 1/2 tablespoon right now (this might change in the future where I get them off of dry food again).  Although it is not ideal, neither is my diet.  I have to be realistic and feed what my cats will eat and what I can deal with given our life, etc.  They eat 85-90% wet food only, but there is some dry food in their diet, so that they will eat the wet food.  I still do not in general support dry food – I can’t in good consciousness – however, it did save Charlie was really going downhill with weight loss (re-introducing a small amount of dry food helped his appetite to want to eat more of the wet food I was offering).

OK – so now onto the Weruva.  We received these variety packs from Chewy.com (as a Chewy influencer) to feature.  So this video shows:

  1. What’s inside each can
  2. How the variety packs come
  3. If the cats eat the food
  4. How I go about remembering/figuring out which flavor in the variety pack the cats went for
  5. How I organize our cat food shelf in the pantry

What do you feed your cats and why?

Buy Weruva Cats in the Kitchen Variety Pack Grain-Free Canned Cat Food


We received the Weruva Cats in the Kitchen Variety Pack Grain-Free Canned Cat Food for review from Chewy.com.  Receiving the free product and the review fee did not influence this honest post.

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7 thoughts on “Weruva Cats in the Kitchen Variety Pack Non Product Review

  1. Patti Johnson says:

    Great post, pic and video, Jenny!! 🙂 <3

    Thank you so very much for all the great info shared about this cat food with your YouTube video!! Lurve the level of detail you included. Very helpful!!! 🙂 <3 The video was pawesome (as usual). Always fun to see Chiggy & Charlie getting their chow on!!! Chiggy was really digging that lamb recipe! Lurve your organizational skills (they so mirror my own!)! I can only afford to feed Miss PSB the Fancy Feast Classic Pate canned cat food. She gets that and Blue Buffalo Indoor Grain-Free Freedom Weight Control Dry food (as my hubby insists he will not mess with canned food because he hates the smell…sigh…). I also mix a bit of water with her canned food. I don't do a lot of variety with her with the canned food as she prefers to eat the chicken and turkey flavors only at this time. Might try some of the beef and seafood variety in the future again just to see if she's changed her palate a bit. I stack the chicken and turkey the way you do with the variety selection. I alternate, too. 🙂 <3

    Big hugs & lots of love!!!

    Patti & Miss Pink Sugarbelle 🙂 <3

    • Jenny says:

      patti! there is a deal on fancy feast classic this week at target. the 24 packs – i bought two today. they were $13.59 each, but i asked them to match the target.com price of $12.59. had to show them on my phone that it was $12.59. and then i had a coupon to get a $5 coupon when i buy $20 or more of purina cat food. then, much to my surprise, i got a $5 gift card for buying the 24-packs. but the shelf tag didn’t show they were on special. so i spent $12.59 x 2, but got back $10 in Target gift cards.

      thanks for sharing what you do!

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