I'm highly annoyed we cannot get a real gauge of food by reviews because ignorant people keep spamming the reviews sections.
The cats do not seem crazy about the taste, but taste is not the hard part, finding a digestible fully nutritionally adequate food is.
This is about two weeks on evolution.
My male cat has lost weight eating evolution, when he was already skinny, I'm not sure if it's because he's refusing to eat enough of it or if its just the food itself.
The fat *is* on the low scale.
I'll be adding more fat to entice him.
As for my ferrets, they dig it, but evolution according to outside sources for ferret nutrition, is not completely adequate. To compensate the low fat and low protein (by ferret standards at least) I add coconut oil and green mush which they are very attracted to. The female seems a little thin, but apparently this is common for some body types? Maybe she was always this weight? The male ferret seems to have actually gained weight. Keeping a careful eye on them.
For cats (or whatever) who are not found of the taste you can use these measures:
Spirulina (which Green Mush has)
Oils, coconut oil is best
Veganaise (note that these have lots of oil..AND THEREFORE DELICIOUS)
Total failure for the cats. Researched and updated transition tips.
I followed the transition suggestions for the cats, they've now taken to the evolution food fully :)
As for the ferrets, as soon as I stopped wetting down their food they've been eating more of it and gained more weight (same for cats).
Ferrets are much easier to transition than cats, simply put out food and they love it.