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Fancy Feast Gourmet Dry Cat Food


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Chicken & Turkey
3 lb Bag
  • Two (2) 3-Pound Bags of Fancy Feast With Savory Chicken & Turkey Dry Cat Food
  • 100% Complete & Balanced Nutrition
  • Nutritionally Complete and Balanced
  • Perfect for Everyday Feeding
  • Exquisite Taste
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Fancy Feast Gourmet Dry Cat Food, With Savory Chicken & Turkey, 3-Pound Bag, Pack of 2 + Fancy Feast Wet Cat Food, Gravy Lovers, Poultry & Beef Variety Pack, 3-Ounce Can, Pack of 24 + Fancy Feast Wet Cat Food, Grilled, Seafood Feast Variety Pack, 3-Ounce Can, Pack of 24
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Flavor Name: Chicken & Turkey | Size: 3 lb Bag

Product Details

Flavor Name: Chicken & Turkey | Size: 3 lb Bag
  • Item Weight: 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001VJ1IE6
  • Item model number: 00050000463046 (AmazonUs/PUEY9)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (304 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,020 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Flavor Name: Chicken & Turkey | Size: 3 lb Bag

Delight your cat with Fancy Feast Savory Chicken & Turkey Gourmet Cat Food from Purina. Fancy Feast offers your cat enchanting shapes they will love with the delicious taste of real chicken and turkey. Fancy Feast is vitamin fortified and provides complete and balanced nutrition for cats of all life stages including kittens.

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Customer Reviews

My cats love fancy feast.
Sandy Anderson
If my cats are happy, the product is healthy, then I am happy.
Diana 3D
Everything was great....exactly what I ordered.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

45 of 45 people found the following review helpful By KatyKatIL TOP 1000 REVIEWER on August 12, 2012
Flavor Name: Chicken & TurkeySize Name: 3 lb Bag
Okay, I admit it.
I was sucked in my the most adorable, romantic commercials for a cat food product that I have
ever seen. I vowed to buy at least some Fancy Feast each week just to show my support for that commercial! LOL

The cats love the wet food. It is very expensive, and from what I have read on the labels, you are
definitely paying for the IMAGE, not the quality or quantity of the food. (The cans are only 3 ounces
compared with 5.5 ounces in the other can styles.) I still get it, and they love the ones with cheese the most.

So, I thought we'd give the dry food a try. I had my husband grab a bag when he was at the grocery store.
How bad could it be, right? Same company, same "gourmet" promotion on the foods, so surely it has great stuff
in it, right? Well, shocker - NOPE.

Fancy Feast is made by the Purina company in St Louis, MO. They are the same ones who make the generic dog chow,
cat chow, rabbit chow, ________ (fill in the blank) critter chow. They are all full of fillers that animals don't need,
because it is cheap to manufacture. Why I thought this might be different, I do not know.

First off, food mfgs have found the kitty equivalent of addictive MSG, and load their foods with it.
This one is no different. Note that BOTH our cats went crazy over this food, inhaling it out of my hand
before I could even get more out of the package. Fancy Feast knows how to make things that smell/taste good to cats.
However, most food mfgs know how to make things that TASTE good - how they got there, well, you might not really want to know.
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Jason on April 19, 2013
Flavor Name: Chicken & TurkeySize Name: 3 lb Bag
My cat loved the taste and actually looks a lot like the fancy feast cat. When you constantly see a beautiful persian on tv eating this, you would assume its healthy especially since its quite pricey, 14lb bag at walmart is like $22 now. My cat ate this for about a year. At first she did great on it but then I noticed her stools were not very firm. A few months later she had loose stools all the time and also starting vomitting a few times a week. I thought maybe it was a hairball issue and I got the Laxatone Hairball formula and a ShedMonster comb for her and that did not help the problem at all. Then she started having diarrhea around the house and it had blood in it. I really began to panic and took her to the vet. My vet did a full blood panel test, 2 fecal tests, a urine test, and xrays on her too look for blockages or other issues and she could not find a single thing wrong with my cat. I went to another vet and he reviewed all the previous vet reports and he asked me what she was eating and I told him Fancy Feast and he asked me if I had tried changing her food and went on to explain that it was a very fatty food full of fillers. I was very upset the first vet never suggested this even though I had told her what she was eating and she giggled and said she looks like the fancy feast cat. So I began researching premium pet foods. I first tried Wellness, it was very expensive but after $500 in vet bills with no results, I wanted the best. My cat didnt much like the flavor but within 2 weeks the diarrhea was gone and the puking was down to once a week. I am currently slowly switching her to Blue by blue buffalo for Sensitive stomach, it has great ingriedients very comparable to Wellness, still expensive but my cat LOVES the flavor of it and seems to be taking to it very well.Read more ›
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By KatyKatIL TOP 1000 REVIEWER on April 15, 2013
Flavor Name: Chicken & TurkeySize Name: 12 lb
Okay, I admit it.
I was sucked in my the most adorable, romantic commercials for a cat food product that I have
ever seen. I vowed to buy at least some Fancy Feast each week just to show my support for that commercial! LOL

The cats love the wet food. It is very expensive, and from what I have read on the labels, you are
definitely paying for the IMAGE, not the quality or quantity of the food. (The cans are only 3 ounces
compared with 5.5 ounces in the other can styles.) I still get it, and they love the ones with cheese the most.

So, I thought we'd give the dry food a try. I had my husband grab a bag when he was at the grocery store.
How bad could it be, right? Same company, same "gourmet" promotion on the foods, so surely it has great stuff
in it, right? Well, shocker - NOPE.

Fancy Feast is made by the Purina company in St Louis, MO. They are the same ones who make the generic dog chow,
cat chow, rabbit chow, ________ (fill in the blank) critter chow. They are all full of fillers that animals don't need,
because it is cheap to manufacture. Why I thought this might be different, I do not know.

First off, food mfgs have found the kitty equivalent of addictive MSG, and load their foods with it.
This one is no different. Note that BOTH our cats went crazy over this food, inhaling it out of my hand
before I could even get more out of the package. Fancy Feast knows how to make things that smell/taste good to cats.
However, most food mfgs know how to make things that TASTE good - how they got there, well, you might not really want to know.
Read more ›
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