I did a search first and not a lot came up. I would have to order it online.:-x But, it looks so good! Currently feeding Halo Spot's Stew both wet and dry (I have a dry food junkie). This is the only wet food the dry food junkie will eat. hehe. Unfortunately it doesn't entirely agree with her so I have to give her more dry than wet. Taylor, my other girl likes Merricks gourmet line, but I won't feed her fish since she had a hospital visit with a fever (FUO) and whatever caused it was messing with all her organs (she was tested for so many things!) She doesn't need a rx diet, but an ultra sound found a bladder stone although that was a guess (hard to see) and kidney and then liver problems showed up on bloodwork (they were saying things like kidney failure and just such scary things). Also the illness messed with her sugar. Anyways, she likes turducken, thanksgiving dinner and the pot pie one, so I get her that sometimes. Instinct didn't go over well. Going to try BB wilderness to add to the mix (maybe):wink:. I was thinking adding Addiction to the mix would be nice too with all the variety. Wellness is out. Before the last recall, Izzy refused to eat it. So I thought I would look for a recall thinking she just changed her mind, but better be safe. And as you know, they recalled canned Wellness. As it was, I only fed chicken and turkey because Izzy could only eat those two and I did give them dry with grains too. (Right now they are grain free). Very interesting, someone gave me a sample of the new Flint River grain free food (dry) and my cats went crazy for it! It does contain whitefish and it is dry so I am passing on it. (What's with the whole tiki cat food is good for CRF, bladder problem cats? I hear their food is low in phosphorus (many of them anyways), but still not convinced since it is fish). I am actually not interested in Innova/CA naturals/Evo. (Fish, fish, fish). I definitely want to avoid China made foods and so I like that about Addiction too. Halo spots stew is made here in the US. Merrick is too (although I wouldn't trust their dog treats!) I do wonder who make BB though. I would still buy wellness if they ate it ( they gave me a funny look but ate the pouches at first, didn't like the special cuts line). And I know someone will bring up raw so I should mention that I have an autoimmune disease so raw is sooo not happening. But really I believe you when you say it works for your cats. rcat I also like the game meat in Addiction. It's cleaner meat (says the vegetarian).