Product Review: Taste of the Wild Rocky Mountain Formula for Cats

My dog says we're having a great time celebrating St. Patrick's Day this week! We're all about the green, so we chose a cat food with a green label to taste test for you this month: Taste of the Wild Rocky Mountain Feline Formula in Gravy for cats! Is this product all that it's green label purports to be? Let's see!


We always choose high quality foods to share with you and this one is no different. The first several ingredients in this canned cat food are salmon, fish broth, chicken broth, chicken liver, and dried egg whites. Right there it pretty much sounds like some fancy dish you'd make for human company coming over for a special occasion, huh? There's also smoked salmon, roasted venison, ocean fish, peas, tomatoes, blueberries, and raspberries.

This grain-free food is formulated to lower carb intake and increase water intake. Both really good things for the cat in your life.

Oh, and if your cat prefers a different taste, the Taste of the Wild canned food also comes in Canyon River flavor that contains trout, fish broth, vegetable broth, ocean fish, smoked salmon, carrots, and sweet potatoes.


This is a chunky food. Although it's labelled as a gravy product, it doesn't have the usual watery gravy you generally see. It's more like a thick sauce that keeps the chunks moist, but it's nothing your cat would lap up. The food is essentially little cubes of meat and they're cut into sizes just perfect for your kitty's adorable little mouth.

We were all ready to give the Taste of the Wild to KitCat to try, but this duck in St. Patrick's Day garb horned in for a sample. We think she wandered away from a parade or pageant.

No duck in this food, right?
No no, Miss Duck! Please enjoy with confidence! 
You don't seriously expect me to try this
after that prissy little duck put her beak in it, do you? 


Made in the U.S.A. (Sorry, but we couldn't find a food from Ireland to review for you this month. The leprechauns must have blocked it all at the border.)


The size you see sampled here is the 3 ounce can (we call it 3 leaf clover size), which is sold in a 24-can case for $16.58 on Chewy. They also have a 5.5 ounce can that sells for $30.96 for 24 cans.

Oh my! A leprechaun chased away the duck and laid claim to these cans.
Next best thing to a pot o' gold, don't cha' know!


As is usually the case, when we give KitCat a food that comes in chunks, he likes to take it out one piece at a time, set it on the floor, eat it, and then go back for another chunk. It's quite ritualistic. That said, he really liked the Rocky Mountain formula and it was a hearty meal. Overall, a scrumptious dish to celebrate St, Patrick's Day (second only to corned beef and cabbage)!

Where's my shamrock garnish?
Fine, I'll try it anyway but I'm lodging a complaint with the appropriate authorities. 

We give Taste of the Wild canned food in Rocky Mountain flavor two webbed feet up (that would normally be four paws, but the duck insisted we use her rating system this time!).

Thanks for reading and may there be a pot of gold at the end of your rainbow this holiday, my friends! Until next time...QUACK!

Disclaimer: As a Chewy influencer, we received this product for free so we could sample it. Our reviews, however, are not bought or paid for and you can count on My Dog Says Woof to give you an honest assessment in all our product reviews.   

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