Product Review: Applaws Natural Cat Food – Wet Food pouches

Hi everyone,

On our hunt to find great cat food for our two VIP cats we have come across the brand Applaws (click for more info) and will be looking at their different ranges over the coming

Today we are looking at the Applaws Cat Pouches.

In todays test we picked the Tuna Fillet with Pacific Prawn of the pouches.


First impressions of the food? Very good!


Oliver went straight into the bowl and decided to chomp on it which is surprising for him as he is more of a crunchy cat! (He really likes the noise I think 😉 )

Couldn’t resist to capture one of his feedings on video so find below his Meowjesty with his deluxe dinner. 😀

And don’t worry his sister got to eat in the end as well!

Now let’s have a closer look at the food. The wet food pouches from Applaws come in range of different flavours and are either chicken or Tuna based.

Each pouch contains 70 gram of goodness.

Most importantly heir food really just contains what it says on the tin (or pouch in this case) so apart from the natural ingredients listed you won’t find any additives in here! 🙂

While some may find that their packing isn’t “fancy” enough we think it is a great thing that they have spent their money on the quality of their ingredients rather than producing fancy packaging.


In fact we really liked their simple yet sophisticated design that even allows you to see their product before opening the pouch! 🙂

As with most wet food we should note that these should be fed in combination with complete food for a balanced diet!

Overall verdict?
We love it! This truly is food worthy of a feline Monarch and while these sure will set your wallet a bit more than cheaper brands its worth every bit spent!

Fore more details about this particular range of Applaws please click here (UK website). For those of you based in the UK it can be purchased from their website.

And don’t worry if you are based elsewhere as their range is also available in other countries click the country for the relevant page. (Range of products may vary)

We hope you enjoyed this post and are looking forward to more reviews, fun stories and other Mews! 😀

P.S: Don’t forget to check out the Applaws infographic from this Wednesday here , it covers the truth about pet food labelling. And  this post for the best wet kitten food brands 2017.




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19 thoughts on “Product Review: Applaws Natural Cat Food – Wet Food pouches

  1. Yvonne says:

    Hi! The link for Australia wouldn’t load, but it seems that the Coles supermarkets may stock it. I’ll look, next time I’m in the town (50km away) that has a Coles, or I may phone them before I waste my petrol!

    It sounds like good food, probably worth the extra money to keep a cat happy and healthy.

    • Marc-André says:

      Hey Yvonne, try this link: that’s where it should point to. Or if that fails click on one of the other countries and you can navigate from there to the australian page (They got the country flags on the right hand top on each page)

      Alternatively you may want to check out online stores including Amazon. 🙂

  2. billythetimecat says:

    We are eating this for years, next after BARF it the best thing to give your cat. It’s grain-free (even the dry food) and it taste like heaven (or real tuna) Me, Amy and Silvertje love the food <3

  3. Melinda de los Santos says:

    Love that name, “Applaws”! More and more pet owners are demanding quality food for their pets. It’s good to be persnickety about it rather than suffer the agony of their ailing health, which does not have to be the case if they eat right, right? 😀

  4. angelswhisper2011 says:

    Since I just saw you eating Applaws, Oliver, this is the only food I want. Granny had to look all around Limburg to buy it 😀 Thanks for the review… and Bon Appetite 🙂 Pawkisses 🙂 <3

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