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Blue Buffalo Wilderness High Protein Grain Free, Natural Adult Dry Cat Food, Chicken 12-lb

$46.99$36.61FREE SHIPPING

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  • GRAIN FREE CAT FOOD: BLUE Wilderness grain free adult cat food is made with healthy carbohydrates including sweet potatoes and peas to help fuel your cat’s active lifestyle. Plus, it contains omega 3 & 6 fatty acids to support skin and coat health.Calorie Content: 3,832 Kcals/kg, 443 Kcals/cup
  • WITH LIFESOURCE BITS: This formula contains BLUE’s exclusive LifeSource Bits – a precise blend of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals carefully selected by holistic veterinarians and animal nutritionists to support immune system health, life stage requirements, and a healthy oxidative balance.
  • NATURAL CAT FOOD: BLUE dry cat food is formulated for the health and well-being of your adult cat and features the finest natural ingredients enhanced with vitamins and minerals. It never contains chicken (or poultry) by-product meals, corn, wheat, soy, artificial flavors or preservatives.
  • Contains one (1) 12-lb bag of BLUE Wilderness High Protein Grain Free, Natural Adult Dry Cat Food, Chicken. Healthy skin and coat


  • Product Review


    Chrys D Thorsen

    Of course my cat wanted to eat “junk food” (read: Whiskas) instead, but I wanted her to have something higher quality. She happily eats Blue Buffalo now and prefers it to other grain free brands. The pieces are small and dusted with some kind of flavoring which she likes. I still indulge her with 9 lives canned food, which she really likes and meows for, though the cheap cans sometime upset her tummy. Think I’ll switch to a higher quality can once she finishes this lot.

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    Guest

    I was feeding Iams and my cats did pretty well on it. Several months ago however, two of my three 12 year old cats developed an itchy spot at the base of their tails. It became pretty annoying. After reading about various causes and solutions, I figured I would change up their diet to a higher quality food before spending a bunch of $ going to the vet for them to tell me to get them on a higher quality food lol... I transitioned as instructed and after 2+ months fully on Blue Buffalo Wildernesss, I have to say I am impressed. They eat less, so my spend on cat food has evened out. But, their energy levels are higher, their coats look better, they've lost weight (they were pretty fat before the switch) and the itch has lessened to a not so annoying level. I'll keep going and give an update in another few months.

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    Terry Rose

    I got my 16 year old kitty and my 13 year old kitty off of the grocery store cat food. My 13 year old developed a heart murmur and my vet thought it might be from the food he was eating. I weaned them off of the other food after doing some research on line. When I saw all of the by products in the other food and things like corn and other grains that cats don't eat in the wild I knew I had to find something better. Blue Wilderness is one of the best foods out there. Yes it costs a little more but my cats are eating it and not throwing up. They were actually allergic to the corn and other grains in the old food. I am very happy with this food and my cats are like kittens wanting to play again!

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    KatzenBooks

    My cat developed several food sensitivities as she got older. We tried countless kinds of limited ingredient or grain free products, including other Blue lines, but nothing helped and some made it worse. I don't know if it was because they tasted bad or made her belly hurt or both, but it was a huge relief to find this Blue Wilderness food. She is incredibly picky, but actually seems to like it and no longer has the digestive problems. It made a huge difference for her within just a day or two... if you're in the same situation and starting to feel desperate, definitely give this food a try.

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    Sams_Mommy

    Well not entirely sure if this helps our fat cat get any slimmer but it at least stops him from getting fatter so that’s good. He loves his blue buffalo and is always super excited when breakfast and dinner come around. He gets a quarter cup at each meal so only a half a cup a day and that has helped him “maintain” so there’s that. We also feel good knowing he has a high quality kibble to eat so he’s getting the best.

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    Net-Shop`R

    My cats are picky eaters. Any time I have changed their food in the past they refused to eat it for a few day (until they got hungry enough). With this food all 3 of them ate it on the first day it was introduced to them.I switched away from Science Diet because I found out it was loaded with Grain "fillers" that cat's shouldn't have in their diet, as they are meant to eat protein, not carbs. I'm waiting to see if they lose any weight from getting off their high carb - grain diet.

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    Chole White

    We have a 12 yr old cat who has had food allergies his entire life. We've tried every variation on food, grain or no grain, fancy vet stuff, and nothing seemed to work. I'd finally accepted that he just won't ever grow hair on his butt or tail & that his "patchyself" was beautiful. So I started researching food needs for older cats in general, not worrying about his allergy but making sure he had the best food possible. Within 2 weeks of eating this stuff we started to see hair on his tail for the first time in his life. It's been 3 months & while the hair is still thin, he is no longer "patchy-butt cat"! Add that the other cats also like this food, they aren't yacking it up and their poop doesn't smell up the entire house. This is the best food ever! The price is reasonable, Autoshipping monthly saves me forgetting to hit the store, but when they run short before a shipment I can still find it locally too. Great choice!

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    Shirwil45

    My picky cat, Missy, finally got a cat food she will eat. I wouldn't try another brand. She is very healthy with a nice shiny coat. I am please with Blue Wilderness and believe in their products. I am one who believes if you buy the best food for my cat it will mean less trips to the vet. She is 2 yrs old now and never been sick. So happy. I have read all the negative customer reviews and believe all cats are different, but for me I believe in this product and would never consider any other cat food. My Missy has a beautiful coat and is very healthy which I believe is why I don't need a vet except for routine checkups and shots. She's is so beautiful just look at her picture and tell me it is because she is well fed and a very happy cat.

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    Angela_G

    This is what we've been feeding our hedgehog for the last 4 years (since we got him) and he literally will not eat anything else. I know some hedgehogs do eat fruits and veggies but ours won't. I guess that's testimony to how tasty this cat food is? He also seems to be pretty healthy, running on his wheel in the middle of the night and such.I love that when my 13 year old forgets to tell me that Hedgie is out of food until when it's gone, Amazon can have it at the house the next day. It's kind of hard to find locally in stores.Either way, here's a picture of a cute hedgehog.

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    J

    This is a moderately good cat food. My two cats like it and have no problems eating it, but it's not their favorite dry food.As for the drawbacks:1) The bag is not durable. There are some small holes in my bag. Not big enough to cause any food to spill, but I'm worried they might expand.2) The bag is difficult to open despite having notches at the sides. It's also not resealable (the photos are not accurate in that regard).3) The lifesource bits they tout are poorly designed. Instead of spreading vitamins evenly throughout the food, they've concentrated them in a few dark pellets that are easy for cats to pick out and ignore. It's also possible for cats to randomly not receive enough vitamins because a particular scoop might not contain any of these bits.4) My cats like Hill's Science Diet dry food more

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    Angelique Leeanna Capra

    We had a issue with our older cat ratting less and losing weight then he started to have diarrhea and we took him into the vet while we also looked for a high quality food that would entice him to eat and maybe prevent his issues. Just 6 weeks on this and his issues are over *nothing was medically wrong*. He is putting on weight, playing like a kitten again and his coat is even looking richer and feels softer.. Our cats love this food. I don't love the price tag but it is good ingredients and that is what your paying for. Smells good, smaller sized bites.

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    Bob

    What more is there to say? I can read a list, but I'm not a chemist, so I haven't analyzed the ingredients for quality. That makes me, like the vast majority of consumers (or, in the case of pet food, the *owners* of the consumers) of this product eminently unqualified to comment on the quality of the ingredients. As for flavor, I really don't know -- but all three of our cats come running when we fill their bowls with this stuff -- which we've been feeding them for quite some time, now. I would take that as a high mark for flavor. As for the scent... that's almost inextricably linked to flavor. Personally, it doesn't smell good enough for *me* to want to eat it, but, again, the cats seem to like it, so that's good enough for me.I will say one thing about the ingredients -- and that's about the claim to be high in protein and free of grain. Taken at face value, that is a good thing. Look at what animals eat in the wild. That's what you should try to emulate in a diet when you feed them. By all evidence (real evidence, not just claims, no matter *who* is making the claims), carbohydrates are generally bad for people, cats, and dogs alike -- and grains are loaded with them (yes, even whole grains). It is better to avoid them.

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    John

    We have two cats and were feeding them IAMs Chicken which they loved but I noticed a few things I didn't like. While IAMs was 32% protein (higher than most), I still didn't want our cats eating any more carbs/fat than they had too. Second, while the first two ingredients were meat (chicken and chicken by-product) the third was corn gluten meal, something that no cat should eat. They also ate a TON of it without seemingly to fill up.So I did some research and this was the highest protein meal I could find at a decent price. The first two items are chicken without by-product and no cornmeal to be found. It has 40% protein vs 32% for IAMs. The rest of the ingredients are your typical "good" sounding ingredients like Tapioca starch or Pea Protein. What benefit or detriment they have, I don't know but they sound like filler to me.It'll cost you plenty more money as well. For the same price I could get nearly double of the IAMs. Also, my cats couldn't care less, they'll eat anything. I just feel better not shoving the cheapest junk at them and giving them something closer to what they'd find in the real world. If I was on a strict budget, probably IAMS chicken isn't the worst choice. But whatever you do, get your cats off Friskies or the like which is mostly corn and corn gluten. Costco has an uber cheap cat food that is mostly chicken if you can't afford a lot.

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    DB

    My cat has been on this food her whole life (16 years). Vet recommended. No health issues and her teeth are excellent. Feeding a good pet diet is important and a carnivore diet for cats is a must. They do NOT need grains. Period. It is a filler.From 2003 until 2020 she has eaten the kitten, indoor and mature formulas consecutively. I trusted Blue were feeding my cat a pure “no grain” carnivore diet. General Mills (maker of Cheerios) bought the company, finished the acquisition in late 2019. I will reserve my star because I’m quite concerned about a cereal company making my cat’s whole diet. I will watch closely and have a google alert on for any changes to the formula or problems that may come up. I don’t trust a company that has refined sugar in our kids diets and sold it to us for too long as “healthy”. I hope GM will have “independent testing“ of the feline formulas in the future.

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    Guest

    I'm not a real fan of cats. I'm more of a dog person. Other people in my house wanted cats so we went to the local shelter and picked up a couple of gutter kitties.When we initially got them, the kittens seemed to be having some digestive distress. Not to be too graphic, but I would use the term 'explosive' to describe it. Figuring it was their diet, I went out to a local pet store to find a good brand of food. I settled on this stuff because it seemed to get back to the basics of what a cat is and needs -- if left to their own devices in the wild, they would eat stuff high in protein and fat. They aren't going to be looking to have a salad or pasta dish.Almost immediately, I noticed a difference in the cats. First, their litter box didn't look like Chernobyl. Second, their hair/fur became much softer. In fact, when people come over and pet the cats, the first thing they always comment on is how soft they are. I fully believe this is due to their diet. Especially since I don't really do anything else for them that would result in softer fur (occasional brushing?)This is all I feed my cats. They are in great condition so I don't see that changing. The price for this specific variety is better on Amazon. It'd be nice if I could get the Duck recipe for the same price, but that's just getting greedy.Two downsides: First, some of these nuggets must be invisible to cats. Occasionally, the cats will eat the food located in the center of the dish so that only a ring around the edge remains. They will then give me grief -- looking at me, looking at their bowl, looking back at me and making odd noises like they need to be fed. If I put a little more food in the bowl, voila -- they resume eating. I can only deduce that the other food pellets are invisible.Second, it appears the food has some kind of 'mexican jumping bean' effect. I frequently find bits and pieces scattered all around the outside of their bowls. Since I know the cats wouldn't make a mess like that, it's gotta' be the food's fault.If the folks at Blue Buffalo could figure out a way to make this stuff stay in the bowl and eliminate the cloaking issue, then I'd give it six stars.

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    Dominesey Family

    A while back my dad switched his dogs to blue buffalo and they were noticeably softer and shinier. I decided when I got a cat I would feed it blue buffalo. I got a 1 and 8 month old cat from a local shelter and it was an impulse thing, my mom promised we would get a kitten if my step brother took his cats to his moms house and I was going through a bout of depression so we got her then the things we needed from Walmart then got her fixed. They had to shave her belly and for the longest time the hair was barely growing back and she started losing hair near her knees and thighs on her back legs and so I pressured my mom into buying this and we weened her off her old food by mixing this in with it and her belly and legs are fluffy again and she’s on this without the old food now. I don’t have any pictures of the hair issues but she’s really cute so here she is next to the christmas tree. (She’s 11 pounds and 2 years 2 months I feed her half a cup at 2-6 pm everyday if that helps anyone at all)

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    Pamela Castillo

    My vet highly approves of this food. My cat Spice, readily eats it. I am now only feeding 1/3 daily plus 1/2 can of ** wet food. I used to feed her 3/4 cup of dry food a day and she still cried for more food. With Blue Wilderness, she heartily ate but began leaving food behind. I had hew checked by the vet and she is fine. The DR. asked me what I was feeding her and I told her . Vet said that is reason she isn't eating as much. She is getting a very high quality food and the nutrition that she needs. Therefore she doesn't need to eat as much. Her litter box is healthy and the smell has been greatly reduced.With the reduction in the amount of dry food fed, the cost of feeding my cat has drastically dropped. She get 12 feeding per pound of dry food and this is a 13 pound bag. Approached by her vet. She loves this food and it is cost effective for me all the way around. Spice doesn't need to eat much to get her nutritional needs met. Good food equals a healthy cat. A her fur kid equals a healthy wallet. Because a healthy fur kid means very few trips to the vet.

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    Mimi Yang

    Our two Siamese boys LOVE this food. It came highly recommended by their foster mom and they are almost one year old now. We were feeding them the Kitten version and have now transitioned from kitten to Adult version. They are super healthy and their bowel habit have always been healthy too since we brought them home at 2 months old. They are fully indoor cats. You can tell how much they love Blue Buffalo food by their determination of trying to get more..

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    Nikki

    My two cats (a Maine Coon and common black house cat, been on it 4 months now) both love this food. Their coats are super soft and shiny, the coon has stomach problems and actually stopped throwing up every day because of Blue (he still does on occasion but now it's simply from eating too fast). They both get along with it, and they've limited their eating now due to their old food having so many fillers, so they're eating less but eating better. The coon has started to lose some fat! I've had a lot of experience with Blue products for my dog and the kitties (plus had over 10 kittens/cats on it, they all loved it), and this product has always improved my pets' lives. I would 100% recommend, my boyfriend's mom is switching from another vet recommended brand after touching our cats and seeing how soft they are. There really is no comparison.We make commitments when we take our pets home, so the least we can do is give them the best quality of life we can. This food helps with that, your babies deserve it and you won't regret the extra money because it lasts longer than a bag of the overly processed foods. Plus I've heard it does wonders for diabetic cats also!(Disclaimer: I did not receive a discount or free product for sharing, I like to share my experiences if they're overwhelming positive or negative)

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    firas issa

    Simply amazing. My cat is 3 yrs old Norwegian Forrest cat and loves it.So glad I switched. First of all the food smells great because he runs when I open the bag. His stool does not smell and is solid and best part of it all is that this cat food is filling. He eats less of it because it is truly full of nutrients. Not to say anything bad about another brand but when I used purina Finley was eating so so much more of it. And his stool with purina had a really strong smell to it. His coat even looks better now.

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