Nature's Feast | Dr Marty Cat Food
Rated 4.92 out of 5 based on 85 customer ratings
(85 customer reviews)

Nature’s Feast
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WHAT’S INSIDE:

Dr. Marty Nature’s Feast is a premium, freeze-dried raw cat food that provides everything your adult cat needs for a stronger, healthier life.  This cat food formula is 100% natural and contains feline-friendly fruits, veggies, and mixed proteins to support energy, good digestion, and smooth skin (and a shinier coat!)

Nature’s Feast cat food contains ZERO harmful fillers and no “bad” veggies that are harmful to cats. All of our ingredients are sourced fresh and then gently frozen so they’re overflowing with flavor and nutrients.

INGREDIENTS:

Nature’s Feast contains: Turkey, Beef, Duck, Salmon, Flax, Beef Liver, Turkey Heart, Turkey Liver, Sweet Potato, Eggs, Pea Flour, Carrots, Apples, Blueberries, Cranberries, Pumpkin Seeds, Spinach, Ginger, Salt, Mixed Tocopherols.

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS

Crude Protein (min)39%
Crude Fat (min)23%
Crude Fiber (max)2.5%
Moisture (max)5%
Ash (max)8%
Taurine (min)0.27%
Omega-3 (min)5%
Nature's Feast

100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE

We work hard to formulate the most advanced, all-natural products for your lucky cat. That’s why every purchase is backed by our “Happy Healthy Guarantee.”

That means if you don’t love what Nature’s Feast cat food does for you cat — more energy, easier digestion, better coat — simply return the bags within 90 days and we’ll give you a full refund on your purchase price.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does each cat breed need a different cat food?
They do not! This formula is designed to fit the nutrition needs of cats of any breed, and in any health condition. The nutrient profile of Nature’s Feast designed to help support your cat’s longest, healthiest, happiest life possible.

What does “freeze-dried” mean?
When it comes to feeding your cat, most pet companies make the BIG mistake of overcooking their food — which strips it of 99% of its nutritional value.  Dr. Marty Nature’s Feast is designed to give your cat the same healthy nutrients he or she would eat in the wild, while boosting absorption so your cat can get the most out of their food.

How do I make Dr. Marty Nature’s Feast?
Preparing this food couldn’t be easier! Just combine the recommended amount of food for your cat and mix with water! Three minutes later, this delicious meal for your cat is ready to go!

What is the complete ingredient list?
Turkey, Beef, Duck, Salmon, Flax, Beef Liver, Turkey Heart, Turkey Liver, Sweet Potato, Eggs, Pea Flour, Carrots, Apples, Blueberries, Cranberries, Pumpkin Seeds, Spinach, Ginger, Salt, Mixed Tocopherols.

How much should I feed my cat?

What if my cat doesn’t like it? Is there a guarantee?
Of course. As a veterinarian, I take your cat’s nutrition very seriously… and I can’t wait for you to see the difference this powerful nutrient blend will make in your furry friend’s life. However, if for any reason you aren’t blown away by the difference this food makes in your cat’s life… just send back the unused portion any time within 90 days (or if you used it all, you can send back the empty bags) and I’ll return your money — guaranteed.

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Rated 4.92 out of 5 based on 85 customer ratings
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  1. 5 out of 5 Yummy Dinner Time!

    Renanne Milner

    My kitties get Nature’s Feast for dinner in the evening. Both of them patiently wait while I prepare the little nuggets with bone broth, crushing the nuggets to mix with the broth. The most amazing thing is that before feeding them the Nature’s Feast they would beg for more and more of the kitty dinner we formerly used. Now they eat and then are off to take their after-dinner baths and nap. No more constant begging!!!

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  2. 5 out of 5 Healthy kitties

    Lori Crabtree

    Very good and healthy cat food. It took some tricks on my part, I have 7 cats that all have different eating habits but I was able to mix this with the wet and dry food to get them to eat this I gradually added more each week and used some cat broth as well. I am noticing more healthy cats already and this will save me lots of money on Vet bills. I love this raw cat food!

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  3. 5 out of 5 Puuurfect Meals!

    Elizabeth C Robinson

    I have been very pleased with Dr. Marty’s freeze dried meals because my darling, Nightshade, who is 3, liked it better than any other food he has tried in the past! To say he is a finicky eater is saying the least. Normally, any change would cause vomiting, but not this time…Within 5 days, his shedding has slowed and most noticeably, his youthful playing and longer attention span has returned. Thank you for caring and sharing your research, time and love with others!!

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  4. 5 out of 5 Dr. Marty's Dry Catfood

    Karen

    I like that my 8-month old Chance liked it immediately. He will now eat it dry sometimes, but he prefers wet. It was a pleasant surprise to find a reasonably priced meat choice.

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  5. 5 out of 5

    Sophia Stonick

    I switched aprox 2 1/2 weeks ago and my cat loves it.. I’m happy to have found a food that is actually good for my cat

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  6. 5 out of 5 She likes it,

    Christina

    I have a special needs cat that is a fussy eater. I have been slowly introducing Dr Marty’s cat food and she eats everything. I think her allergies are better as well.

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  7. 5 out of 5 Finicky Maine Coon

    Kathleen A Arcara

    My 15 month old Maine Coon has always been on the same premium commercial wet food and dry food – she took a while to get used to the freeze dried food. It’s been 10 days since she last ate the premium dry food and is almost completely weaned off the premium wet food. She seems to enjoy the Dr. Marty food which I feed her twice a day (1/2 cup each meal) – she eats a bit slower now but eventually cleans her plate over 30 min time period. Her water intake has improved. She seems to have a little calmer disposition and seems more cuddly since changing her food type. My cat never exhibited any GI distress with Dr. Marty’s raw diet. No vomiting and no diarrhea. Dr. Marty’s raw food is easy to prepare and serve. It’s all good so far.

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  8. 5 out of 5 Two Cats Feast

    Erica Bruce

    I have two cats, one younger and one older. They very took some time to warm up to the food, and find how they like it served. Now they look forward to each day. I’ve seen improvements in their energy, coat, and the one who chubbed after getting fixed, has started to slim back down. The cats now more calmly enjoy their food, as each has their own dish to eat from. I feel better knowing my loved ones are eating food they should have.

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  9. 5 out of 5

    Teressa Cate

    It has been a slow but positive experience health, fur, shiny, soft, little to no shedding!

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  10. 5 out of 5 Patience

    Sue Lesly

    It was important that I try this food because my cat threw up immediately after eating quite often. I had tried brand changes without improvement. I followed the instructions for how to transition her slowly. And slow it was! It took me about a month but no problem with her throwing up any more. We are both very happy. BE PATIENT! Your cat will make the change too.

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  11. 5 out of 5 Very Good

    Cole

    Well we are just in the first week Dr. Marty so they r both enjoying it so far. My older kitten, Si is very old n why I wanted to try your produce. I am giving them a little more each day. I have noticed they have found the box it is stored in,so they even know the dry smell ;0)

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  12. 5 out of 5 Much more active and happy

    LYNNE SLOTT

    My 10 year old cat is much more active and playful. It’s been 3 weeks now and I still have to mix in some cooked chicken to get her to eat, but it’s 3/4 raw now and she’s happy with it.

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  13. 5 out of 5 Great Product!

    Pamela E Beverage

    I love this food! My kitty has always been a very picky eater but not anymore. He really loves this food and he acts like a kitten again!

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  14. 5 out of 5 Early report ...

    TONI ZORETICH

    Both my cats are shelter rescues 2 yr ago. There was generalized upturn of both noses, which took a while…but now, they’re both eager for dinner. I’ve even used dry pieces as treats. I do not overly wet the product. I break it up and just enough warm water to moisten pieces & retain a texture. We are into the 2nd bag now and there are some things noticed. My girl, (Percacia)came to us with a terrible flea allergy hair loss, elevated immune issue & has a recurring fur loss near tail & itching ear problem-at worst she bites her feet & spends a lot of time “meatloafed” away from her big boy pal (Kryptyrion), and from us. Prednisone would work for a little while, but I do not want to fill her full of steroids. The boy has always had fur that seemed oily & more like a dog’s than a cat and has always had a huge dandruff problem at rear quarters. He loves her, but when she’s not up to it she doesn’t want to be close. For the past 2 weeks, she has FAR less itching, some fur is coming back and she is affectionate plusplusplus! She is back to letting him cozy up to her & I see them together more often than I have in a while. He is still “Mr.dandruff”, but I could swear he is a bit softer..we shall see. We’re going to stick with this.
    Will update.

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  15. 5 out of 5

    Dennis Pimental

    I think product is great. I feel that I’m keeping my cat healthy.

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  16. 5 out of 5 very HAPPY kitty

    stacie hopkins i promise i will send a pic of scooter soon

    wow its truly a blessing my 13 yr old ragdoll his name is scooter he is feeling better not as swollen around his tummy he sleeps more loves to give me extra kisses he purrs like a big rig motor I love it he talks more now he looks so much better thank you sooooo much

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  17. 5 out of 5 My cat LOVES IT!!

    Jan Kubica

    My cat is constantly bothering me all hours of the day to get her more of your food! I can’t walk into the kitchen, or open a container without her running in & going crazy — thinking she is going to get some of the food! She will start @ 5 a.m. bothering me to get her some of the food. (I don’t give it to her until at least 8:30 a.m. & again at 3 p.m.) She will caterwaul & carry on until I feed her — even though she has water & dry food out for her to eat! This goes on all hours of the day & night. It makes me wonder if there is something extra in the food? 😉

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  18. 5 out of 5 different cats with different preferences.

    Joyce L McNeece

    All my cats love wet food, they used to get dry food and then I read articles on dry food and how hard it can be on their kidneys and bladder. I keep fresh water out at all times l have to blend it to a powder and then add it to their wet food, due to teeth problems and some can’t handle liver causes diarrhea, but we are still in the process of adjusting the amounts for each cat. It seems very nutritional for cat. They are more playful and their personalities are so distinct now . Good Product.

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  19. 5 out of 5 Two Special but Different Kitties

    Julie Clark

    I have two kitties and the one took to Nature’s Feast for Cats right away. My other kitty was gobbling it up by day 3! After only one bag, both kitties can hardly wait the 3 minutes for the food to reconstitute before digging in. They circle me waiting as patient as possible before I put their bowls down. They love it!

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  20. 4 out of 5

    Cora

    Zoe will not eat the product wet but she does eat it dry and I have seen a difference in her energy level.

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Nature's Feast is Great for Picky Eaters

Cats are known to turn their nose up at food–even food they’ve loved for years! Turns out that there is actually an explanation for your pet’s picky behavior. To put it simply: they want variety! In the wild, your cat’s diet would vary, depending on what kind of food was available. Since they’ve been domesticated, that’s not always the case.

Something wonderful about Nature’s Feast is all its different ingredients! Cats are obligate carnivores, which means they absolutely need a meat-based diet to survive. Nature’s Feast boasts seven different animal products, which ensures that your has the variety they instinctively crave.

Nature's Feast Ingredients

At Dr. Marty’s, your pet’s well-being is of utmost importance. The ingredients in Nature’s Feast are from high quality, all natural sources. Each is carefully selected with your cat’s best health in mind. This grain free cat food uses 7 different meat-based ingredients and an array of cat-friendly fruits and vegetables.

Freeze-Dry Technology

When pet food is cooked at high temperatures, it is depleted of most nutritional value. To avoid that problem, the ingredients in Dr. Marty’s cat food are freeze-dried while they’re still raw, preserving the food’s beneficial nutrients and delicious flavor.

Full of Flavor

One great benefit of freeze-drying Nature’s Feast is that it maintains the ingredients’ natural flavors! With tasty ingredients like turkey, beef, duck, and salmon, your cat won’t need to miss out on high-quality taste.

Natural Preservatives

Natural preservatives help your cat’s food stay fresher, longer. They are safe for your pet to consume without long-term side effects. Artificial preservatives, on the other hand, can have detrimental effects on a cat’s health.

Nature’s Feast includes salt and mixed tocopherols, which are both natural preservatives safe for your feline friend.

Nature's Feast Fed Wet (or dry)

Nature’s Feast is freeze-dried, but with a little bit of water, it turns into tasty wet food that satisfies your cat’s appetite. Since cats often don’t drink enough water on their own, feeding wet food is one way to help improve their daily water intake. We all know how picky cats can be, which is why you can add as little or much water as your cat likes. And, while Nature’s Feast is not intended to be a dry food, sometimes that’s all a cat will eat! If that’s the case with your feline, Nature’s Feast can also be fed as a dry cat food.

The Physics of Felines

Cats are agile creatures! At times, it even seems like they defy the laws of physics. A healthy cat in its prime of life can jump about 5 times its own length. Felines are well-known for falling from great heights and landing on their feet. They’re naturally arboreal animals, which means they tend to live in trees (when not living with a human companion). As they have evolved, their bodies became more resilient to falls.

In order for you feline friend to continue living its best life, Nature’s Feast provides all the best nutrients to ensure that your cat can continue to thrive.