This might be a premature review since it's only been six days. My 12 yr old, small female calico has been battling chronic, pernicious diarrhea for 4 years. The last few weeks have been so bad I covered all the furniture with blankets and towels. I've gone the vet route, Fortiflora, grain free, limited ingredients, Wellness, et al. Last week I thought I was looking at the end game. I tried the internet once more looking for a solution and read about some good outcomes using rabbit. Looking for rabbit, I came across Stella and Chewy reviews. God bless the internet. I got my order on Thursday, figuring either she wouldn't eat it or it wouldn't help. Instead, she gobbled it down. I fed her three times and sometime that night she threw it all up. Not surprising since I didn't introduce it slowly. I fed it to her again the next day, it stayed down. She's thrown it up once in the last 4 days. On day 4 she turned up her nose at the wet food. I crushed up some dry, she ate it. Now I alternate wet and dry. Her diarrhea stopped within 24 hrs after switching to this. Her stools have form. And she is absolutely glowing. Looks like using this is going to cost about $3 a day. Yikes. I have five pets. So now I'm going to research how to feed her, my other cat and three dogs raw without going broke. But what a difference a week makes.Update: it's now been over two weeks, still doing great. I switched to turkey, cheaper, no problems. So then I ordered the 18 oz bag of turkey, $37, since I knew that she would eat it. When it arrived, at least a third of it was the consistency of sawdust. All of it just makes a mushy pate. It's not nearly as firm as the previous 8 oz bag. She's not happy with it. I've been adding some cooked hamburger or ground turkey trying to get her to eat it. Not going to change the rating since her health is so much better but disappointed in the variation of quality. I'm now trying something from Petsmart in store because I can't afford to get a bad batch every third order.