Lowland Creek Feline Recipe with Roasted Quail & Roasted Duck

Cage-free quail and cage-free duck are both highly digestible proteins, making this recipe an ideal diet for the feline that craves fowl. A cat food for all life stages, Lowland Creek features species-specific probiotics for digestive and immune support, taurine for a healthy heart and eyes, and antioxidants from vegetables, legumes and fruits for overall well-being, just like nature intended.

number 1 ingredient cage-free duck
  • Roasted Quail

    Cage-Free Quail & Cage-Free Duck – Roasted quail and roasted duck are sources of highly digestible protein for the nutrition cats need and the taste they crave.

  • Species-Specific Probiotics

    Species-Specific Probiotics – Healthy digestive and immune systems are vital to the overall health of your pet. Our proprietary Viables Probiotics are developed specifically for cats and added after the cooking process to ensure viability. Each pound of Taste of the Wild provides 80 million live, active cultures that help support healthy digestive and immune systems.

  • Taurine

    Taurine – This essential amino acid is beneficial for all cats and helps to maintain healthy heart and eyes.

  • All Life Stages Nutrition

    All Life Stages Nutrition – Formulated to meet the nutritional needs of your cat throughout all stages of life, from kitten to senior cat.

  • Omega Fatty Acid

    Omega Fatty Acid Blend – Balanced levels of omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids work together to support healthy skin and a shiny coat.

  • Antioxidants

    Antioxidants – Vegetables, legumes and fruits, including sweet potatoes, lentils, peas, blueberries, raspberries and tomatoes, provide nutrients that help support your cat’s overall well-being, while guaranteed levels of zinc, selenium and vitamin E support the immune system.

Lowland Creek Feline Recipe with Roasted Quail & Roasted Duck is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This food saved a sick pregnant rescue cat! We saved our precious kitty that was abandoned by neighbors and trying to survive in the elements on her own for a couple months. I was finally able to catch her. She was sick and terrified. I got her vet care and put her on this cat food. She stopped having diarrhea, is content, relaxed and finally gaining weight. I highly recommend this food!
Date published: 2019-11-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from BIG HIT WITH THE BOYS I have been trying to purchase this new food since it was introduced to the cat food line-up last spring 2019. It is not readily available at the big stores. Finally, a 5 lb bag was found and delivered Feb. 13, 2020. Wow - what a hit. Mt cats absolutely love this flavor. I need to place another order already. Please consider adding a canned version of this flavor. Thanks TOTW for another great product. what a hit
Date published: 2020-02-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love the new formula. I'm so glad this formula got added to the Taste of the Wild lineup. The different meats are great!
Date published: 2019-07-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nacho loves it Were new to the brand. Amd very thankful for the sample they sent form Nacho to try. Ive never seen him eat so much food at one time. He almost ate the entire bowl (no he's not a fat cat...lol) best move ever. He loves loves loves this food
Date published: 2020-03-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Jaxon, Our Goldendoodle Loves Taste of the Wild!! Jaxon never gets tired of it!! I can throw him pieces in the evening to catch and he considers it a Treat also!!
Date published: 2019-07-25
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My eldest baby (17 year-old feline) has hyperthyroidism and I wanted to see if you could tell me sodium/iodine content in your foods please. I have used your products on canines in the past, and loved them, so instantly thought of you all. Thank-you!

Asked by: Sara
Hello, and thanks for reaching out! All on an as-fed basis, our Lowland Creek Feline Recipe contains 0.50% sodium, Rocky Mountain Feline Recipe contains 0.40% sodium, and Canyon River Feline Recipe contains 0.35% sodium. All of our feline recipes contain 3.0 mg/kg of iodine on an as-fed basis. If you have any additional questions, please contact us at https://www.tasteofthewildpetfood.com/contact-us.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2020-09-02

What is the sodium content of the Lowland Creek feline formula dry?

Asked by: Godalodalar
Hello and thanks for your question! This formula contains .50% sodium on an as-fed basis.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2019-12-17

I read on the news that your product was 2nd most reported heart problems for dogs Is your food what it says it is? Why is it causing heart problems?

Asked by: Madtiff
Hello – To date, the FDA still has not found any science-based causes to link grain-free diets — including Taste of the Wild — to DCM. As they note, it is a complex issue with numerous factors to consider, such as breeds that have a genetic predisposition for developing DCM. We continue to monitor this issue closely and support ongoing research efforts, because our top priority is, and always will be, to provide pets with quality, safe food that meets all federal and state regulatory guidelines. If you have any further questions, please visit our FAQ page at https://www.tasteofthewildpetfood.com/view-all-faqs/#dcm.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2019-07-03

Does lowland creek have vitamin C in its ingredients

Asked by: Loveaferret95
Hello, and thanks for reaching out! Vitamin C is added to our recipes to provide an additional source of antioxidants and for its use as a natural preservative. Vitamin C is listed in the ingredient list as ascorbic acid. If you have any additional questions, please contact us at https://www.tasteofthewildpetfood.com/contact-us.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2020-07-24

What are the phosphorus and calcium levels in you Lowland Creek formula. Important it be noted for kidney concerns.

Asked by: Mynameissuejust3letters
Hello and thanks for reaching out. Lowland Creek Feline Recipe contains 2.30% calcium and 1.70% phosphorus both on an as-fed basis.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2020-03-03

Hello. I have left a bag of your Duck and Quail cat food in my car for the past couple days. The temperature has varied between the high 30's and high 50's. Could someone tell me, would this food still be safe to consume? Thank you.

Asked by: King7263
Hello, thanks for reaching out! Typically, we recommend storing the food in a cool, dry location, as excess heat or moisture may cause the nutrients to breakdown; therefore, as long as the bag has not been opened, and is within the best buy date, it will be safe to feed your cat. In addition to the above, we recommend storing the food in its original packaging, in order to keep vital information handy in case you have a problem, emergency or question for the manufacturer. You may store the entire bag in a closed container as well. If you have any additional questions, please contact us by visiting our website https://www.tasteofthewildpetfood.com/contact-us/.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2020-03-25

What is the serving size in grams? 

Asked by: Nycpns
Hello, thanks for reaching out! Our feeding guides are listed on the side gusset of every package as well as on the individual product pages of our website. The amount listed in the feeding guide is the recommended total number of 8-ounce measuring cups (standard kitchen measuring cup), that your pet should eat per day. Since a cup weighs approximately 100 grams, you can take the amount listed in the feeding guide, convert the amount to a decimal number and then multiply that amount by 100 to get the recommended number of grams to feed per day. Please know, feeding amounts can be adjusted based on the age, breed and activity level of your pet. If you have any questions or need help determining how much to feed your pet, please feel free to reach out to us and/or speak with your veterinarian. Please contact us by visiting http://www.tasteofthewildpetfood.com/contact-us.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2020-04-01

Seeing a lot of reports the past few days - FDA saying there's evidence of grain-free foods causing heart problems in dogs, but they have not recalled any food - Taste of the Wild is #3 on the list of 16 foods (I believe). We've been feeding for 8+ yrs.

Asked by: Lisa
Hello, Lisa and thanks for reaching out. Like the FDA and pet owners like you, we are concerned about the reported cases of dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) in dogs that are not genetically predisposed to the condition. Throughout their studies, though, the FDA still has not found any science-based causes to link grain-free diets — including Taste of the Wild — to DCM; therefore, there are no recalls. As they note, it is a complex issue with numerous factors to consider, such as breeds that have a genetic predisposition for developing DCM. We continue to monitor this issue closely and support ongoing research efforts, because our top priority is, and always will be, to provide pets with quality, safe food that meets all federal and state regulatory guidelines. Based on information collected by the FDA, they do not believe the foods need to be removed from the market. 
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2019-07-02
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