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Taste of the Wild Rocky Mountain Feline Formula

By: Carl Laron on June 15, 2018

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Taste of the Wild Cat Food, Not Dated

Susan Thixton rates Taste of the Wild -- based on ingredient quality, safety and more. She discusses Diamond/Taste of the Wild's 2012 recall further on her blog, TruthAboutPetFood.com.

Taste of the Wild Cat Food Reviews, Not Dated

Taste of the Wild earns four stars here. It's described as "a pretty decent source of nutrition for the cost." One concern is that, although the top ingredient in the Rocky Mountain Feline Formula is meat, it's followed by carbohydrate sources until the next meat appears at number five. Several additional meats, including some unusual ones, appear further down the list.

Taste of the Wild (Rocky Mountain Feline), Apr. 17, 2013

Taste of the Wild earns a 4-star rating here as well. Again, concern is expressed about the non-grain carb sources being so high on the ingredient list, but the editors conclude "It's a good food, and one that I wouldn't shy away from feeding my own cats." Though this is an older review, the ingredients and safety track record of the food has not changed since it was published.

Taste of the Wild Dry Cat Food, Rocky Mountain Feline Formula, As of July 2017

Cat owners rave about Taste of the Wild cat food at Amazon.com, giving the Rocky Mountain and Canyon River Trout varieties a cumulative 4.4 out of 5 stars in more than 2,000 reviews. Most say their cats love it and are healthier since they started eating it. However, several gave it low ratings after a 2012 recall for risk of salmonella, while others say that their cats don't like it.

Taste of the Wild Rocky Mountain Dry Cat Food, As of July 2017

We spotted more than 530 reviews of Taste of the Wild Rocky Mountain cat food at Chewy.com, where it earns a 4.7-star rating. It's recommended by 94 percent of those that have fed it to their cats.