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Feline Greenies Variety Pack of 6- 15oz

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  • Product Dimensions: 8.7 x 7.4 x 5.6 inches ; 15 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000BXZ6FK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (102 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #715 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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All of the great Feline Greenies Flavors in a convenient Variety Pack. With this pack you get two 2.5-oz bag of Chicken, Ocean Fish & Savory Salmon.

Customer Reviews

They do a good job of keeping her teeth clean.
J. Alan Lukes
Dog Greenies are chewy, cat Greenies are crunchy, like dry cat food.
MonaLisa
I tried the Feline Greenies and they go crazy for them!
Kinsey (Jane)

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Caponsacchi HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 29, 2006
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I gave these a try with finicky, picky Emmy, only because everything else--Pounce, Friskies, the gourmet little cans--had pretty much failed. (I have no idea what she lives on, because she's determined to show me she's above eating anything I offer her.) Much to my amazement, she's crazy about these Greenies' treats and would easily consume an entire package, even in my presence, if I let her. She's making me feel a little bit like her "dealer," and now that we're momentarily out of her drug of choice, I'm feeling a bit guilty, as though it's my fault she's going through cold turkey withdrawal. I guess I have no choice but to order another supply and, in the meantime, endure the combination of her loud complaints and constant tapping of her forepaw on my shoulder to remind me of my duty and heartless dereliction. I just hope I don't have to bring her to a specialist in feline addictive counseling.
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27 of 32 people found the following review helpful By K. Levesque on July 17, 2007
I've opened 4 of the 8 packages of Greenies, one was rancid. My cat started vomiting after eating the Salmon Greenies. I compared them with another package only to find that they had yellow-orange spots instead of being entirely green. I smelled them and they smelled different too. Normally Greenies are great treats for my cats but rancid products are not acceptable. EntirelyPets and other suppliers have to be aware of the age of the product they are selling according to when they buy it from
Greenies. I could not find an expiration date on the packages. Greenies is manufactured by S&M Nutec and they should be providing expiration dates.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By MonaLisa on April 21, 2006
I wanted to point out that these treats are different from the dog Greenies. Dog Greenies are chewy, cat Greenies are crunchy, like dry cat food. Because of this I don't know if they actually work (if they're the same texture what makes them different from cat food?) but I don't think they're dangerous, as a previous reviewer said. Canine Greenies have caused health problems, but from what I understand it is because the dog didn't chew it well (like most dogs) and because of the softer texture it swelled in the dogs stomach.

My cats love the salmon flavor, the package recommends six pieces three times a day, not to exceed 18 pieces a day. I give my cats about six a day, all at once. They don't always chew them though, which is the only problem I've had with the product, swallowing them whole doesn't bother my cats at all though. I have one cat, Garfield, who is very picky, but he loves these treats. So I think its probably safe to say that these shouldn't cause health problems like the canine Greenies can and also that your cat will really like them!
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25 of 31 people found the following review helpful By vallightful on July 27, 2013
I always tend to look at the most positive and negative reviews to make my choices. So I was alarmed when I saw 3 negative reviews about Feline Greenies because of them containing menadione sodium bisulfite which apparently is harmful. I just checked my Greenie packages thoroughly and MSB is no longer an ingredient. I would've given Greenies more stars (my cat LOVES them), but I wanted folks who are looking at the 1-star reviews to know that Greenies are now safer. They still contain some ingredients that aren't so healthy, like wheat for example, but as far as I can tell, they are no longer toxic.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By R. Werth on February 22, 2010
I've been buying Greenies for a few years now and I have never once encountered anything close to what I have just read here on some of the other reviews. I'm certain this was an isolated incident and is not a common scenario. My cats would need therapy if I all of a sudden cut them off from greenies. I recommend this product highly. It's not only nutritious for them it's also orally hygienic.
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22 of 29 people found the following review helpful By I. Garcia on October 24, 2007
We received a free sample of Feline Greenies in the mail today from PETCO. Our 13 indoor cats gobbled the entire 1-oz. package in less than 10 minutes. Even our finicky eaters loved them. We are very careful pet owners, double-checking every ingredient in anything that they eat (in the same way that we watch our own food). Unfortunately, I fed first and checked later (something that I have NEVER done before and will never do again)!

Imagine my dismay when I found menadione sodium bisulfite in this product. This toxic, unapproved ingredient has no business in our pet food. Its use is prohibited in many European countries, and our own FDA won't approve it.

We have requested that PETCO discontinue the sale of this product immediately, until the manufacturer removes this poison.

If you love your cats, you will not feed this product to them. Just do a web search for "menadione sodium bisulfite (MSB)". You'll be a better cat owner, that's for sure . . .
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Kathlyn Storey TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 20, 2012
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Matt the cat turned 11 yesterday. Matt is our tabby who resembles a miniature mountain lion at 19 inches from head to toe and pushing 20 pounds. He really loves greenies as treats. The package says they are low in calories and are good for dental care, supposedly preventing tartar. That would be great if Matt actually chewed them first; he probably crunches less than half of them (yes, he does have all of his teeth). We have a regular session on Saturdays when my brother visits, and we make Matt "work" for about 10 of them. That is, my brother bounces greenies onto the coffee table, and it is Matt's job to jump up and get them or, if too lazy, just stand up on his back legs and snag them off the table with a front paw. Matt has only been "off his feed" once in 11 years. Something may have upset his stomach, and the only thing he would eat for about a day was greenies, so imagine my emotional attachment to this product. With all of the different flavors there are, I wouldn't give Matt anything else for a treat. What is truly amazing to me is that I can open a bag of potato chips, or an energy bar or any other cellophane container besides the greenies bag, and Matt takes no notice, but when I open the greenies bag, he always knows and comes out like a shot. All of my packages came marked with expiration dates that are at least six months out; for me, a good price is around $3 for the 3-ounce package.
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