Fancy Feast Appetizers Tender Tongol Tuna Cat Food 2 oz. Tray - Kmart

         Fancy Feast Appetizers wet cat food, white meat chicken in a delica2oz
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My cat, Big Boy, was just put to sleep. After $1200, the vets had no ideas why he suddenly became ill. He did eat a large, long, elephant garlic leaf, but several vets swore that couldn’t be the reason. I’ve been struggling to find a cause. I have been feeding him and his sister Organix or Blue Buffalo chicken dry food. Once a day, I’ve fed them a half a container each of Tongol Tuna or Salmon from Fancy Feast Appetizers, which looks like whole chunks of tuna and has a simple ingredient list. They’ve been getting mainly tuna for at least 3 yrs.
Fancy Feast Appetizers White Meat Chicken and Flaked Tuna Cat Food
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The company introduced an appetizer cat food, Fancy Feast Appetizers, in 2009. A Purina Pro Plan line for senior dogs was introduced in 2010. It contains medium chain triglycerides (MCTs) for brain function and has whole grains for digestion. A grain-free product, Purina One Beyond, was introduced in 2011. Purina Pro Plan Sport, which contains extra fat and protein and is intended for athletic dogs, was made available in 2013. In 2014 Purina introduced a product for the growing Brazilian market called Ravena, which used locally available ingredients, such as acerola and jabuticaba fruits. Purina-branded accessories, such as training pads, beds, leashes and cleaners began being sold in 2011 under the Purina PetGear name through brand licensing agreements with other manufacturers. Fancy Feast Appetizers Steamed Tilapia Cat Food ‑ Shop Soft ..
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Photo provided by FlickrPurina Fancy Feast Appetizers Cat Food, White Meat Chicken & Shredded Beef, 2 oz
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Fancy Feast cat food was originally introduced by the Carnation Company in 1982 in seven wet varieties. It was possibly the original gourmet brand of gourmet cat food. In 1985 Fancy Feast, along with Friskies and other pet foods, was sold to Nestle. Today Fancy Feast is still made by Nestle-Purina. It comes in over 80 wet food varieties, a dry cat food, appetizers for cats, and broths for cats.I received a free sample of **Fancy Feast Appetizers for Cats** in the mail recently and was looking forward to serving it to my cat. She loves wet food, but...Now, the cat ears are exciting, we admit, but this is a restaurant, after all, so we shouldn’t forget about the food, especially since the full course meal consists of dishes created by accomplished French chef and based on actual Mon Petit cat food products. Let’s take a look at the menu:▼First we have a plate of several appetizers.Purina Fancy Feast Appetizers was once a daily treat for my 3 rescue cats and for the outdoor stray that comes by for a daily meal. I used this product in addition to their usual diet. My cats will only eat cat food that has natural chunks of meat - not processed formed chunks of meat-like substance, which is why the Appetizers was a good option. After ALL cats refused to eat the new formula, I called Purina to find out why they switched a perfectly good product and what new ingredients were added. Purina said that they had an overwhelming demand from Pet Owners to add vitamins. According to the rep I spoke with, pet owners could not make the appetizers a main meal for their cats because it lacked the necessary nutritional value - so Purina decided to add vitamins. As evident by the thousands of negative reviews, many cats do not like the taste of the new formula. Unfortunately, Purina has no future plans to also offer the original formula. As a pet owner of 3 rescue cats as well as feeding any stray that crosses my path, I would think that Purina's sales suffered due to the change. Purina sent me a few coupons, which was fine as we use other Fancy Feast products. If any pet owner is looking for a similar product, try Pet Co's Soulistic Adult Canned Cat Food in Gravy - it too has vitamins, but the taste balance is better received as evident by my cats preference. I am a super watchful pet owner especially when it comes to pet food. Please keep an eye on your cat if you're feeding Purina's new Broth's. My big 20lb cat loved FF Broths, but a little too much - he ate the Broth's frantically and wanted, more, more, more - his reaction made me very uncomfortable as though the product contained an "addictive" additive - it made him "racy". I stopped using the product immediately and my cat calmed down. Also, if you buy dried fish flakes at any pet store, you'll get a much better product, amount and price by buying dried fish flakes at most Japaneses markets.