Dr. Marty Nature’s Feast Cat Food Review: Our Verdict


So there’s this buzz about a product called Dr. Marty Nature’s Feast Cat Food for the past few months, which made us write this Dr. Marty Nature’s Feast Review for our beloved readers.

Apparently, it’s a cat food product by a celebrated veterinarian Dr. Martin Goldstein, or simply Dr. Marty.

Dr. Marty Pets specializes in providing high-quality dog and cat food supplements as well as pet health supplements. Their limited line of food supplements is currently being well appreciated by pet owners all over the United States.

Dr. Marty Nature’s Feast Cat Food Review

Dr. Marty Nature's Feast Cat Food


The cat food, as we already mentioned is raw, freeze-dried nutritious food. And well, of course, it is dry, which feels crunchy taken out of the packet. Adding a little bit of water easily converts this dry food into a wet cat meal, making it more edible as well. The food has quite a room for you to add some water and create a delicious gravy.

In my opinion, use hot(not boiling) water up to directed amount or a little more(whatever your kitty prefers) to create a fine meal.

Dr. Marty Nature’s Feast is not only nutritive but tasty as well making it desirable for all the cats that tend to avoid meal times.

Finally, Dr. Marty Nature’s Feast is a little bit steep on the price tag being a premium category product. However, on your cat’s likes and dislikes for Nature’s Feast Food, Dr. Marty claims that this powerful blend of all wholesome ingredients cooked just perfect will make a significant difference in your feline’s life. And if the cat doesn’t like the food or you think it didn’t make any difference in your kitty’s life, you can actually send them the empty bag within 90 days of purchase and get a 100% refund!

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So What Is All This Buzz About?

Talking about Dr. Marty Nature’s Feast, it’s a premium cat food product that comes with a nutrition rich diet.

Dr. Marty Nature's Feast Cat FoodA premium, freeze-dried raw cat food
Rating**:4.5 out of 5
Nutrition:4 out of 5
Money Back Guarantee:100% Return the bags within 90 days
Ingredients:Turkey, Beef, Duck, Salmon, Flax, Beef Liver, Turkey Heart, Turkey Liver, Sweet Potato, Eggs, Pea Flour, Carrots, Apples, Blueberries, Cranberries, Pumpkin Seeds, Spinach, Ginger, Salt, MixedTocopherols.

**Rated by experts at Petlovesbest at the time of publication. It has nothing to do with Amazon ratings and reviews.

The brand follows a strict rule regarding the use of natural food ingredients in its products. Nature’s Feast is a freeze-dried raw cat food that keeps about 99% of the nutrients in the food intact so that your cat receives the best possible food.

Using fresh veggies, fruits, and raw meat make Dr. Marty Nature’s Feast the utmost wholesome diet food for felines.

Dr. Marty Nature’s Feast Cat Food

In this article, we are going to comprehensively talk about Dr. Marty’s Nature’s Feast. But first…

Who Is Dr. Marty?

Dr. Martin GoldsteinDr. Martin Goldstein, whom we already talked about, is an American veterinarian who has done a commendable work regarding pet health and nutrient supplements. His book The Nature of Animal Healing has been critically acclaimed for groundbreaking research on a long and healthy life of pets.

He believes in the combination of both traditional and integrative line of medicines for the best practice and follows the same for his unique pet food recipes, which is evident with Nature’s Feast and other Dr. Marty Pets products.

Dr. Marty’s “Nature Feast” Ingredients

In this carefully prepared recipe, you will find some highly nutritional protein-rich supplements such as Turkey, Salmon, Duck, Beef, and Eggs. Moreover, there’s also a mention about Turkey Heart, Liver and Beef Liver in the formula used for Dr. Marty Nature’s Feast cat food.

No need to mention that Turkey Heart is a high protein, low fat, and almost no carb food source and so is the liver with a high liquidity ratio. Further, everyone knows that beef liver is a nutrient-rich superfood, duh!

Moving on, Dr. Marty Nature’s Feast for Cats also has fruits and veggies such as Flax, Ginger, Blueberries, Pea Flour, Pumpkin Seeds, Carrots, Sweet Potato, Apples, Cranberries, Spinach, and more included in the recipe for all-around nutrition of your cat.

Lastly, looking at the diverse range of ingredients used in Dr. Marty’s Cat Food, it’s obvious that Nature’s Feast is a well-planned meal for all the felines out there. Nevertheless, all the food ingredients have been chosen such that it’s safe for all the kitties. So no need to worry about cat-sensitive food.

Dr. Marty Pets Product Range

Dr. Marty Pets has a pretty limited yet well-executed product range for both cats and dogs. Though the cat nutrition range currently only offers Nature’s Feast, the dog nutrition range has products like Dr. Marty Nature’s Blend – a wholesome dog food, and dog health supplements for digestion and joint wellness.

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The EndNote

Well, this was my Dr. Marty’s Cat Food Review. It holds up pretty well in both nutrition and taste aspects. All in all, this product is a must-try for all the cat owners out there to witness some pretty astounding results just like hundreds of other feline parents.

Have you already tried this product? If yes, give us a comment below about your opinion.

Till then, Cheers!


  1. I tried to order Dr. Marty Nature’s Feast for cats but the company that offers the product only deliver within the US and Canada,
    they do not ship to Europe.

    By trying to find another solution I discovered your site where among 10 brands also Dr Marty’s was mentioned.

    As I am highly interested in having Dr Marty Nature’s Feast, do you know whether there is any possibility for me
    to get it shipped to Switzerland from another company? I ignore why drmartypets.com do not ship outside the US and Canada,
    especially as I read that Dr Marty receives inquiries from all over the world and shipments are usually prepaid by credit card –
    therefore there should be no major problems for the exporter than preparing the documents.

    I look forward to hearing from you.

    • Hi Roland! Kat from Dr. Marty Pets here. Currently Dr. Marty Pets only ships to the United States and Canada. We do not authorize the sale of Nature’s Feast or any of our other products by international vendors, and would advise against the purchase of these goods as they may be tampered with or counterfeit. However, please do keep in touch as we expand and provide nutrition for pets all over the world. Feel free to e-mail me at kat[@]drmartypets[dot]com if you have any more questions.

  2. Dr. Marty is talking about dogs only. I have a cat. What you recommend for him? Where do you order your food for cats? Thank you.


    • Hello Judith. I’m Kat with Dr. Marty Pets. Dr. Marty has recently formulated a new raw food blend for cats named Nature’s Feast. Please e-mail me at kat[@]drmartypets[dot]com if you would like more information on ingredients and how to order.

    • Hello Beth! My name is Kat and I’m with Dr. Marty Pets. We advise you to check with your cat’s veterinarian regarding on the nutritional needs of an indoor cat versus an outdoor cat. Please e-mail me at kat[@]drmartypets[dot]com. I would be happy to provide you with nutritional information so you and your cat’s veterinarian may make the right choice.

  3. Have two cats need to know how much to feed a 2 year old 14 pound cat and a 1 year old 7 pound. This is important to know when ordering. How many feedings in a 12 oz bag?

    • Hi Janet. I’m Kat with Dr. Marty Pets. Since all cats are different and range in appetite, weight, and activity, servings may vary. We have a feeding recommendation chart on the Nature’s Feast website (https://drmartypets.com/product/natures-feast/). For example, a 14-pound cat can get 1 ⅛ cups per day whereas a 7-pound cat can get ⅔ cup per day. We always recommend that our customers consult their pet’s veterinarian before making a dietary change. In the meantime, please feel free to reach out to me at kat[@]drmartypets[dot]com if you have any other questions.

  4. … did find the recommendations for feeding. The bag is gauged in ounces and the servings by the cup. That is an irritation. I’m trying to determine the number of servings per bag. Please help. Thank you.

  5. if you give 3/4 cup a day that equals 6oz. So it would be 2 servings depending on their recommendations. My cat gets 3/4 cup of SO Royal canine a day. Maybe less since it is freeze dried.

  6. Please pay attention Cat owners! It is sad that Dr. Marty’s cat food is a marketing scam and people who don’t know any better fall for it. “Grain Free” gets a good buyer response but you guys just swapped grains for peas, pea flour, potatoes, sweet potatoes, and tapioca (think of the pudding!). These ingredients are no more “natural” or healthy for your cat than grains!

    Another cat food marketing scam is adding fruits and vegetables that are good for us so people assume its good for your cats! Dr. Marty’s cat food has
    Carrots, Apples, Blueberries, Cranberries, and spinach!
    Cats are obligate carnivores. This means they must have meat to survive, unlike the omnivorous dog, who can survive on a wider variety of food.

    Because cats lack essential enzymes and amino acids, they simply don’t have the capacity to digest other food sources, like vegetable matter or fruit.

    The ad states “Dr. Marty Nature’s Feast is designed to mimic what your cat would eat in the wild.”
    Ive never seen cats in the wild go berry picking, or hunt apples, or any fruit or vegetable garden. Ive never seen them stalk sweet potatoes or any of the other carb ingredients in this food.

    The only reason this food is slightly better than dry kibble is because there is no meat by-products, corn, gluten or wheat and its not cooked at high temperatures.

    I have yet to see where the meat comes from. USA? China? How is it rendered?

    This site gets paid to promote this and other pet foods regardless of what the actual ingredients are. Pretty sad that these companies prey on pet owners who just want and think they are giving the best foods for their fur babies when in reality, health issues and an earlier death will still eventually befall their kitties.

    • Hello Misty,

      We are not in any way associated with Dr.Marty’s Product. We add disclaimers whenever we promote or review products for which we are getting paid.These are the views of our author and testers. You can suggest good alternative products if you want 🙂

      – Clara

    • Thank you for your comment, I am doing my research on this product and you bring up a good point about the fruit and vegetables! All my cats have lived long lives (15 -20 yrs) with excellent veterinary care and the food I can afford to feed them. Not everyone can afford this inflated price for a 12 ounce bag! I Would rather make my own! I will not be ordering now or ever! The reason for my research is because I will be bringing home a new kitten in 4 weeks and I only want the best for my new kitten and I’m not sure this product would be the best.

    • Hello Misty. My name is Kat with Dr. Marty Pets. I am sorry to read that you feel we are a scam. Dr. Marty Pets is not in any way affiliated with Pet Loves Best. We are a reputable company committed to providing high-quality nutrition based on science and research by Dr. Marty Goldstein. Many customers and their pets have experienced great results while using our range of products. Nature’s Feast has a wide variety of meat for a cat’s carnivorous diet, including turkey, beef, duck, and salmon. Nature’s Feast contains pea flour as a prebiotic to help a cat’s digestive system and get more energy from their food. Ingredients like blueberries and cranberries are added in to serve their purpose as polyphenols, powerful antioxidants that help protect cells from damage. Please feel free to reach out to me at kat[at]drmartypets[com] if you have any further questions or concerns regarding Nature’s Feast.

    • In the wild, cats eat rodents and things that DO have trace amounts of fruits and vegetables in their system. That is the stated reason for them in Dr. Marty’s cat food.

  7. I am a fur mommy to 4 amazing cats that are ages 2 yrs, 5 yrs, 5 yrs and 16 yrs old. I am trying my best to feed them the best that I can. Thankfully they are all in good health. It is so sad that we aren’t able to believe the labels on cat food. I found Dr Marty food in my searches and even though it is expensive, I would do without something in my life just to be able to feed my babies healthy food. Since I have never heard of Dr Marty before, I searched for reviews and more info from customers experiences with this food before I pay this amount. I went from being excited about finding this food to not sure if this is a scam? Another lie to get our money using our beloved pets to tug at our heart strings? It’s a shame that we can’t trust anything anymore. Now I’m on the fence as I don’t know what to really feed my fur babies and who to trust and who not to. I guess I am better off making their food myself. My husband is a hunter..is it safe to feed them raw venison and raw wild turkeys? I don’t know.

    • Hello Cindy. I am Kat with Dr. Marty Pets. Dr. Marty Pets is committed to providing high-quality nutrition for your pets with the best possible ingredients and manufacturing practices. We provide the ingredient lists of all our products on our official website so that you may make the best choice for you and your pet. We always advise our customers to consult their pet’s veterinarian prior to making any changes in their daily regimen. I thank you for taking the time to research more about Dr. Marty Pets and our range of products. If you have any more questions, please do not hesitate to email me at kat[at]drmartypets[com]. I would be happy to help.

  8. For those knocking this company as a scam, there is alot of research you can do. It is expensive yes, but for ppl that care about their animals and want to try to find the best food for their pets, why not try it. There is a 90 day money back guarantee for first time buyers so what does it hurt to try it. I am in no way affiliated with Dr. Martys in any way. I jus ordered my first order and am not even 100%sure on it myself but i gotta say, it sounds why better that the dry super heated crap im giving them now. My cats have dandruff and i give them oils and vitamins in their wer food currently. I will post new comment after trying it for 90 days and share my experience. But dont go say someone is a sham without even trying it first. Most of the world today is corrupt, but not everyone is, and dr. Marty is a very accomplished vet, and i highly doubt he would put his name on something that would ruin his career.

  9. Heath L, you are absolutely right. Dr. Marty is a very accomplished vet and I am sure he would not put his name on something that would hurt his career. He does do a lot of research. Hope your kitties do well.

  10. Hi, I’m trying to wrap my head around the prices – so if my cat weighs 7 lbs, you’re saying she should have 3/4 of a cup per day, which is 12 oz. So, then one bag of Natures Feast is $35 on sale for a new customer, but regularly $60 for 12 oz? If that’s true, then this food is $60 for ONE MEAL? Please tell me my math is wrong.

    • You’re confusing weight with volume. 12 Oz refers to net weight… 3/4 cup is a volume measurement prepared wet.

  11. I purchased Nature’s Feast after the company selling raw food closed and left me in limbo. My cat does not eat anything except that raw food. I have tried several other raw foods and he would not eat them. He does not eat table food or treats, it was just that one raw food. After watching the entire video on Dr. Marty I was excited to try it. When I finally received it, I opened it up and followed the instructions exactly. I did not like the smell and when I tried to mash it with a fork, it was very crunchy and did not get all that soft. My cat smelled it and would not try it. I tried mixing it with canned food, he would not try it. I did this for a few weeks, and he would not eat it. I took him to the vet as requested by those that work at Dr. Marty’s, and was told to feed him anything he would eat, his weight loss was too great. I then emailed and told Dr. Marty that I needed to return the product. He DID NOT give me a 100% money back! It cost me $32 in shipping fees, which is ridiculous, you know they don’t spend that much when they ship out, and then they kept another $30! That’s $62 for a 100% satisfaction money back guarantee, plus over $300 in vet bills!!! I am still waiting to hear back from them as to why I was not refunded the total amount of the 100% money back guarantee! Maybe it is a scam! I will be contacting my credit card next.

  12. Hi everyone,just to let you know my mother purchased I believe about 135.00 dollars worth and her cat would not touch it and to make matters worse she tried to feed it to the stray cats that she leaves dry food out for and they would not touch it. So she gave it to my sister and her outdoor cats would not touch it so she brought it back to moms and I said I was going to give it a try and I have one indoor cat that will eat anything and he stuck his nose up at it…. so I would not recommend ! Much cheaper to make your own as my Mother has discovered and they will eat the homemade version…


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