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Nature’s Logic Unbiased Cat Food Review

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We’ve rated Nature’s Logic on ingredient quality, species-appropriateness, recalls, and more. Read our Nature’s Logic cat food review to learn how this brand stacks up.

The Cats.com Standard—Rating Nature’s Logic on What Matters


  • Species-Appropriateness – 7/10
  • Ingredient Quality – 8/10
  • Product Variety – 7/10
  • Price – 6/10
  • Customer Experience – 7/10
  • Recall History – 9/10

Overall Score: 7.3/10

In total, we give Nature’s Logic cat food a 44 out of 60 rating or a B grade.

About Nature’s Logic

Founded in 2005, Nature’s Logic has been making natural, whole-food nutrition easily accessible for pet parents for over a decade and a half. This company uses only 100% natural ingredients with no synthetic vitamins and minerals. Their products are also free from fillers, by-products, and artificial additives.

When Scott Freeman founded Nature’s Logic, he set out with a goal to provide the safest and most nutritious pet food products people can feel good about sharing with their pets.

Their recipes are inspired by the natural diets of obligate carnivores, made primarily of meats and other high-quality protein sources combined with carefully selected plant ingredients to ensure balanced nutrition.

Sourcing and Manufacturing

Nature’s Logic pet foods are made in the USA with whole-food ingredients. The company is based in Lincoln, NE but they do not appear to make their own products. They use several different manufacturing partners with plants located in Nebraska, Kansas, Wisconsin, and Missouri.

Rather than using fresh or frozen protein sources, Nature’s Logic uses dried meals which result in a higher final protein content for their dry foods. Their beef, chicken, and pork are sourced from the USA while their lamb comes from New Zealand and their duck and salmon is sourced from the USA and Chile.

While Nature’s Logic sources their ingredients from numerous countries outside the US, they state that they require their vendors “can guarantee that the ingredients do not contain chemical preservatives, herbicides, or insecticides and are from reputable sources.”

Recall History

To our knowledge, Nature’s Logic has never had a product recall.

What Kinds of Cat Food Does Nature’s Logic Offer?

Nature’s Logic offers a variety of dry and canned food diets along with a limited selection of lightly cooked frozen recipes and freeze-dried bites. The primary proteins they use are chicken, beef, duck, salmon, turkey, rabbit, and sardine.

All of Nature’s Logic’s recipes are made with 100% whole foods and formulated to provide complete nutrition for all cats, regardless of their breed, size, and age.

What Do Customers Think Of Nature’s Logic Cat Food?

Customer reviews for Nature’s Logic are a mixed bag. For the most part, their products have an average 3.5- to 4-star rating out of 5 stars, but several products have a significant number of 1-star reviews.

Among the negative reviews, there is a running theme that some cats simply won’t touch the food. Other customers have complained that the wet food has a drier texture than expected or that the cans weren’t completely full. For every negative review, however, there’s a satisfied customer who loves the quality of the food and the natural ingredients.

Let’s take a look at a few customer reviews from some of the most popular recipes from Nature’s Logic.

Positive Reviews

“I spent a lot of time researching a new food for my cats after their previous canned food was discontinued. Nature’s Logic is one of two brands that I feel extremely comfortable and confident about feeding them! Saw quite a few comments in the reviews about how this food is more dry than other canned/wet foods on the market and I would agree, however, since by nature cats tend not to drink a lot of water I’ve ALWAYS added fresh, filtered, spring water to my cats canned food at each feeding.”- KittyMom reviewing Nature’s Logic Feline Rabbit Feast

“We love Nature’s Logic! Seraphina and Gabby had a bag mixed in to their previous food (the healthiest way to change food brands) and they were quite eager to find out what the new smell was. YUMMY! I’ve never seen them eat a bowl so fast!”- Krystal reviewing Nature’s Logic Feline Sardine Feast Dry Food

Negative Reviews

“This food has 5-star ingredients but 1 star for taste apparently. My cats won’t even try a lick, they just try to bury it and beg for something else. I also bought the rabbit version which was a big hit before, and they are also turning their noses up to it this time.”- Kitty reviewing Nature’s Logic Feline Turkey Feast Wet Food

“I think this is probably much healthier than the food my cat normally eats. However, he is not confined indoors, so when he doesn’t get what he wants at home, he just goes around the neighborhood and finds it. He does not want this food.”- Maggie reviewing Nature’s Logic Feline Rabbit Feast Wet Food

What Did Our Test Cats Think?

My test cat Bagel was a big fan of the sardine dry food and the rabbit flavor wet food. Kate Barrington / Cats.com

Finding a high-quality cat food that fits my cats’ dietary requirements is a challenge because one of the three is allergic to chicken, turkey, and potentially beef. All three share their food, so I’m stuck feeding all of them something that won’t upset the allergic cat’s stomach.

Several years ago, after my then-current cat food brand went out of business, I came across Nature’s Logic’s rabbit recipe. It was a little pricey (and still is), but I rabbit seemed to be my only option and I liked that it didn’t contain any synthetic additives. I’ve been feeding it to my cats ever since.

While my cats have been eating Nature’s Logic canned rabbit recipe for several years, this was an opportunity for them to test some of their dry foods. They enjoyed both flavors immensely and licked the bowl clean after each meal. I did find that my most recent shipment of canned food had the “hole in the middle” problem some customers have mentioned, but I wasn’t too concerned.

Nature’s Logic Cat Food – Top 3 Recipes Reviewed

Product Name Food Type Main Protein Source Calories Price Our Grade
Nature’s Logic Feline Rabbit Feast Grain-Free Canned Cat Food Wet Rabbit 212 kcal/can $0.62 per oz B-
Nature’s Logic Feline Sardine Meal Feast All Life Stages Dry Cat Food Dry Sardine 457 kcal/cup $4.84 per lb C
Nature’s Logic Lightly Cooked Frozen Chicken Recipe Fresh Chicken 38 kcal/oz. $0.37 per lb B-

#1 Nature’s Logic Feline Rabbit Feast Grain-Free Canned Cat Food

$81.36 At Chewy

Where Nature’s Logic really shines is with their canned food formulas. In addition to being made with a single source of animal protein (except the duck and salmon recipe), these recipes are rich in moisture and very low in carbohydrates.

This particular recipe features fresh rabbit as the primary source of protein, which is a novel protein for many cats, making it a great option for cats with food allergies or sensitive stomachs. We should note that this recipe does contain some pork liver, however, so exercise caution if your cat has a pork allergy.

In terms of supplemental nutrition, this recipe contains porcine plasma which is a biologically appropriate source of nutrients along with eggshell meal which provides essential minerals. Herring oil provides essential fatty acids and an assortment of dried fruits and veggies help ensure nutritional balance without the need for synthetic supplements.

Overall, this is a protein- and moisture-rich formula with moderate fat and very low carbohydrate content.


Rabbit, Water Sufficient for Processing, Pork Liver, Dried Egg Product, Montmorillonite Clay, Porcine Plasma, Herring Oil (Preserved With Mixed Tocopherols), Egg Shell Meal, Brewers Dried Yeast, Dried Apple, Dried Apricot, Alfalfa Meal, Dried Artichoke, Dried Blueberry, Dried Broccoli, Dried Carrot, Dried Chicory Root, Dried Cranberry, Dried Kelp, Parsley, Dried Pumpkin, Rosemary, Dried Spinach, Dried Tomato, Rosemary Extract.

Ingredients We Liked Ingredients We Didn’t Like Common Allergens
Pork Liver
Dried Egg Product
Porcine Plasma
Herring Oil
Brewers Dried Yeast

Alfalfa Meal


Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein: 12%
Crude Fat: 7%
Crude Fiber: 3%
Moisture: 72%

Dry Matter Basis

Protein: 42.86%
Fat: 25%
Fiber: 10.71%
Carbs: 21.43%

Caloric Weight Basis

Protein: 34.29%
Fat: 48.57%
Carbs: 17.14%


  • Made with a single source of novel animal protein
  • Very low carbohydrate content
  • Rich in animal-based protein and moisture
  • Free from fillers, by-products, and artificial additives


  • Contains several plant-based ingredients
  • Significantly more expensive than market average

#2 Nature’s Logic Feline Sardine Meal Feast All Life Stages Dry Cat Food

$18.99 At Chewy

$58.99 At Amazon

Nature’s Logic excels in offering single-protein recipes like this one for cats with sensitive digestion or food allergies. This particular recipe features sardine meal as the sole source of animal protein, and a novel source of protein at that.

Like many dry food formulas, this sardine recipe cat food is higher in carbohydrates than the average wet food. Unfortunately, it’s much higher than we’d like to see. We prefer carbohydrate content well under 10%, but this formula is estimated at over 20% carbohydrate inclusions.

It’s important to keep in mind, however, that many of the carbohydrates in this recipe take the form of dried fruits and veggies which are added as an alternative to synthetic vitamin and mineral supplements. We like the idea but the execution could be a little more species-appropriate.

You should also keep in mind that this recipe is very calorie-dense which isn’t surprising given the 16% fat content. At 457 calories per cup, your cat’s daily portion might be smaller than you’re used to, so be sure to refer to the feeding recommendations on the package.

Overall, this food has high protein and fairly high fat content with high carbohydrate content.


Sardine Meal, Millet, Chicken Fat (Preserved With Mixed Tocopherols), Pumpkin Seed, Yeast Culture, Alfalfa Nutrient Concentrate, Montmorillonite Clay, Dried Kelp, Spray Dried Porcine Plasma, Dried Tomato, Almonds, Dried Chicory Root, Dried Carrot, Dried Apple, Dried Pumpkin, Dried Apricot, Dried Blueberry, Dried Spinach, Dried Broccoli, Dried Cranberry, Parsley, Dried Artichoke, Rosemary, Dried Mushroom, Dried Lactobacillus Acidophilus Fermentation Product, Dried Lactobacillus Casei Fermentation Product, Dried Bifidobacterium Bifidium Fermentation Product, Dried Enterococcus Faecium Fermentation Product, Dried Bacillus Coagulans Fermentation Product, Dried Pineapple Extract, Dried Aspergillus Niger Fermentation Extract, Dried Aspergillus Oryzae Fermentation Extract, Dried Trichoderma Longibrachiatum Fermentation Extract.

Ingredients We Liked Ingredients We Didn’t Like Common Allergens
Sardine Meal
Chicken Fat

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein: 38%
Crude Fat: 16%
Crude Fiber: 5%
Moisture: 9%

Dry Matter Basis

Protein: 41.76%
Fat: 17.58%
Fiber: 5.49%
Carbs: 35.16%

Caloric Weight Basis

Protein: 34.91%
Fat: 35.7%
Carbs: 29.4%


  • Made with a single source of novel animal protein
  • Supplemented with probiotics for healthy digestion
  • Free from fillers, by-products, and artificial additives


  • Contains a significant number of plant ingredients
  • High carbohydrate content, estimated over 20%
  • Doesn’t contain the moisture your cat needs

#3 Nature’s Logic Lightly Cooked Frozen Chicken Recipe

$99.00 At Chewy

While dry cat food offers a convenience factor that’s difficult to match, it doesn’t contain the moisture your cat needs and it tends to be high in carbohydrates. If you’re considering fresh food, this lightly cooked frozen chicken recipe from Nature’s Logic could be a good option.

Made with fresh chicken, egg, and chicken liver as the top three ingredients, this formula contains 95% protein from animal ingredients. That being said, it does contain a significant number of plant ingredients like all Nature’s Logic recipes. However, the estimated carbohydrate content is under 1%.

What we like about this recipe is that the top three ingredients are animal-based, and the product is rich in moisture. It’s also completely free from fillers like corn, wheat, and soy as well as by-products and artificial additives. It does, however, contain a vaguely named source of fat – fish oil.

Overall, this seems to be a protein-rich, moderate-fat fresh food formula with very low carbohydrate content.


Chicken, Egg, Chicken Liver, Tapioca Root, Ovine Plasma, Fish Oil, Brewer’s Yeast, Montmorillonite Clay, Egg Shell Meal, Dried Kale, Apple, Apricot, Artichoke, Blueberry, Broccoli, Carrot, Dried Chicory Root, Cranberry, Dried Kelp, Dried Parsley, Pumpkin, Spinach, Tomato.

Ingredients We Liked Ingredients We Didn’t Like Common Allergens
Chicken Liver
Fish Oil
Tapioca Root

Brewer’s Yeast


Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein: 11%
Crude Fat: 9%
Crude Fiber: 3%
Moisture: 72%
Ash: 4.12%

Dry Matter Basis

Protein: 39.29%
Fat: 32.14%
Fiber: 10.71%
Carbs: 3.14%

Caloric Weight Basis

Protein: 32.61%
Fat: 64.79%
Carbs: 2.61%


  • Made with 95% protein from animal ingredients
  • Contains less than 1% carbohydrate as fed
  • No by-products, fillers, or artificial additives
  • Contains the moisture your cat needs


  • Contains a significant number of plant ingredients
  • Limited availability, generally only in-store

How Much Does Nature’s Logic Cat Food Cost?

Nature’s Logic is about average in price, though price varies somewhat from one recipe to another. Most of their wet foods cost about $0.33 per ounce, though their rabbit recipe is significantly more expensive at about $0.46 per ounce. The dry food formulas average about $0.28 per ounce.

Nature’s Logic recommends feeding ¾ can per 6 to 8 pounds of body weight, so the average 10-pound cat would probably cost about $2 per day to feed.

Overall, Is Nature’s Logic Cat Food a Good Choice?

If you’re interested in increasing the quality of your cat’s diet from something like Friskies or Meow Mix but you’re not ready to go top-shelf, Nature’s Logic could be a good option. It’s also a great choice if you’re trying to avoid synthetic additives or if your cat has food allergies or a sensitive stomach.

Nature’s Logic’s canned food recipes offer plenty of animal-based protein and moisture, though you should double-check the ingredients list to make sure the recipe is made with a single-source of protein if your cat has sensitivities. For the most part, these recipes are low in carbohydrates, despite containing a number of dried fruits and veggies – these provide natural sources for essential nutrients.

While Nature’s Logic canned cat food offers a decent source of nutrition, their dry food formulas are higher in carbohydrates than we’d like and you could probably find a better recipe for the price.

Where Is Nature’s Logic Cat Food Sold?

You can find Nature’s Logic pet food in local and independent pet food stores as well as pet specialty stores around the United States. They also work with international retailers in Japan, Singapore, China, South Korea, and Costa Rica. The only online retailers authorized to sell Nature’s Logic products are Chewy, PetFlow, Pet Food Station, HeartyPet, and K9 Cuisine.

Note: The values in our nutrient charts are automatically calculated based on the guaranteed analysis and may not represent typical nutrient values. This may lead to discrepancies between the charts and the values mentioned in the body of the review.
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About Kate Barrington

Kate Barrington is a writer with over twelve years of experience in the pet industry. She is an NAVC-certified Pet Nutrition Coach and has completed coursework in therapeutic nutrition, raw feeding, and the formulation of homemade diets for pets at an accredited university. Kate enjoys cooking, reading, and doing DIY projects around the house. She has three cats, Bagel, Munchkin, and Biscuit.