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Appetizers, A Real Taste Treat For My Cats!

Reviewing: Fancy Feast Appetizers For Cats  |  Rating:
Mia Blaisdell By Mia Blaisdell on
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My cats love variety in not only their food, but in their treats as well. So when I seen that Fancy feats had a new product on the shelves called Appetizers for cats, I had to grab a few of them for my cats to try. This treat is similar to the one Sheba premium cuts in that it is more like filet cuts and tends to run a little higher in price, but does offer 8 varieties to choose from. Sold in single packs or like I found at my local Petsmart, in the 2 for 1 trial pack. The flavors Fancy Feast has is:

* Flaked Skipjack Tuna

* Steamed Tilapia

* Seabass & Shrimp

* Steamed Wild Alaskan Salmon

* Tender Tongol Tuna

* White meat Chicken & Flaked Tuna

* White Meat Chicken & Shredded Beef

* White Meat Chicken

(all 8 varieties served in a Delicate Both)

However the Appetizers I picked up for my cats were the 2 for 1 trial pack and they got to sample 6 of the flavor choices. I picked up 3 packages which paired up :

* White meat Chicken & Flaked Tuna / White Meat Chicken & Shredded Beef

* Tender Tongol Tuna / White meat Chicken & Flaked Tuna

* Steamed Wild Alaskan Salmon / Flaked Skipjack Tuna

All of these my cats absolutely loved, and since I have 6 cats now, each one got their own, although they did take turns sampling each others! (lol) Keep in mind though, that even though this resembles food and is tasty for them, it is NOT a everyday food and is merely a treat. My cats love it quite a bit but this one is a once a month, to once every couple a months treat. The site recommends up to1 tray/container serving per day per adult cat, and if there is left overs they an be refrigerated. But, in my experience in feeding and caring for my cats, I personally recommend it should be a monthly or every 2 months treat. Simply because you don't want them to not eat their regular food and get use to the treats. Also, be sure and check with your vet if your cat is on a restricted or prescribed diet before introducing any treats to them, as not to interfere with their current diet and cause stomach upset or other problems.