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  • Purina Fancy Feast Gourmet Food for Cats, Chicken, Grilled, 24-Pack
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Fancy Feast variety Pack

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  • Twenty-four (24), 3-ounce cans of Fancy Feast Grilled Chicken Feast in Gravy Wet Cat Food
  • 100% Complete & Balanced
  • Luscious cuts of slow?cooked feast with chicken in a sumptuous basting of gravy.
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Product Details

Flavor Name: chicken | Pattern Name: Grilled
  • Item Weight: 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0012KCUHI
  • Item model number: 50000040810
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2,023 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,427 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Flavor Name: chicken | Pattern Name: Grilled

Product Description

Fancy Feast Grilled Gourmet Cat Food Variety Pack offers complete and balanced nutrition for adult cats, in a savory grilled texture, marinated with real meat juices. This variety pack contains eight 3 ounce cans each of Beef Feast, Turkey Feast and Chicken Feast.


Fancy Feast Grilled Chicken Feast in Gravy Gourmet Cat Food
Treat your cat like a queen or king with this Grilled Chicken Feast in Gravy gourmet cat food from Fancy Feast. Made by Fancy Feast, the food features luscious cuts of slow-cooked chicken in a sumptuous basting of gravy. It's formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Cat Food Nutrient Profiles for all life stages. Feed an average-sized adult cat one can of Grilled Chicken Feast in Gravy food per 2 1/2 pounds of body weight daily. Feed kittens up to twice this amount. Pregnant or nursing cats may require two to four times their normal feeding. Included are 24 cans of cat food, and each can contains a 3-ounce portion for a total of 72 ounces. Unused portions should be refrigerated.

About Fancy Feast
Fancy Feast offers a luxurious assortment of single-serve gourmet entrees--over 50 varieties in 10 textures--that will satisfy your feline's every desire and keep him purring with contentment. Fancy Feast-branded cat food combines all the nutrition your cat needs with the refined flavor your cat demands. Fancy Feast is part of Nestlé Purina PetCare, a global leader in the pet care industry.

Important Information

Chicken Broth, Chicken, Liver, Wheat Gluten, Meat By-products, Corn Starch-modified, Natural and Artificial Flavors, Tricalcium Phosphate, Salt, Soy Protein Concentrate, Titanium Dioxide Color, Potassium Chloride, Taurine, Choline Chloride, Vitamin E Supplement, Thiamine Mononitrate (Vitamin B1), Vitamin A Supplement, Ferrous Sulfate, Zinc Sulfate, Manganese Sulfate, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B6), Niacin, Calcium Pantothenate, Riboflavin Supplement (Vitamin B2), Copper Sulfate, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Dicalcium Phosphate, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Menadione Sodium Bisulfite Complex (Source of Vitamin K Activity), Folic Acid, Cobalt Carbonate, Potassium Iodide, Biotin.

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Customer Reviews

Apparent very good quality cat food and our cats love it.
Busyguy PA
Subscribe and save subscription saves me a little money and no need to drive to the store every month.
Travis Ward
I LOVE it that this is cheaper than I can buy in a pet store or the grocery store.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

110 of 116 people found the following review helpful By B. Davis on March 16, 2010
Pattern Name: ClassicFlavor Name: Poultry & Beef Verified Purchase
I believe that grains are not good for cats and so decided to eliminate dry food from my cat's diet. In reading the labels of canned cat foods I noticed that most have wheat gluten in them, a substance that is not only from grain but a major allergen for many people and pets. It's not a healthy or wholesome substance. After a bit of research I found that with Fancy Feast, if you stick to the "classic" or original recipes (generally of a pate consistency) there is no wheat gluten. Any recipe that has an extra descriptive such as grilled, flaked, shredded, etc. has the gluten so I'm thinking it must be the gravy that requires wheat gluten. Anyway, my cat has two issues - she is overweight and has a tendency for diarrhea. I'm on a mission now to figure out how to deal with both. I think seafood is the main cause of her diarrhea episodes and I'm betting grains are contributing to her weight problem. Mainly I'm letting people know by writing this review that this particular collection of Fancy Feast does not have wheat gluten in it. And even though it does have animal by-products at least they are not right up at the top of the list of ingredients. I've gone through trying all the expensive specialty foods only to see them summarily rejected one after another and I know my cat likes Fancy Feast so I feel like we have found a happy medium. Update - since writing this review I have figured out that wheat gluten was causing my cat's messy poops and obesity and seafood was causing the skin eruptions. I've experimented enough to know this for certain. So she's eating nothing but chicken, even her treats are freeze dried chicken breast. the three foods she gets are the Wellness chicken and turkey in pouches, Weruva shredded chicken breast, and Natural Balance chicken and chicken liver.Read more ›
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61 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Matthew R. Stambaugh on June 14, 2012
Pattern Name: ClassicFlavor Name: turkey
Short version: cat diagnosed with diabetes, insulin & Hill's prescription food not stabilizing glucose levels despite increasing insulin weekly over 4 weeks, switched food to Fancy Feast Classic Turkey and Giblets Feast, glucose levels normal after 1 week, decreased insulin dose dramatically, glucose still stable. May go off insulin completely soon. Thank you Fancy Feast. Please read full review below to learn why you should start feeding your cat (even if healthy) only Fancy Feast Classic Turkey, Chicken, Beef, or another WET food that has practically no plant based ingredients and has less than 10% of the calories from carbohydrates.

Even if your cat isn't diabetic please read this review and the wealth of information by a vet at catinfo.org. My 12 year old cat was diagnosed with diabetes about 2 months ago. He is a big cat and about a year ago he weighed 22 pounds. Two months ago we noticed that he looked thin, so we took him to the vet. They discovered that he had lost 7 pounds (a third of his body weight in one year), was walking on his forepaws, and based on this checked his blood glucose. It was around 450, which is more than 400% higher than the normal level of less than 100.

The vet followed the normal procedure for treating diabetic cats: insulin and "prescription" cat food (Hill's MD, dry). She did talk me into Lantus insulin, which is new (and more expensive), but has a chance of stimulating your cat's beta cells to start producing insulin again.

We started my cat on 3 units of insulin, twice daily. I fed him the exact amount of Hill's I was supposed to. Came back for checkup a week later, glucose still off the charts. Up'd insulin to 4 units twice daily. Recheck: still through the roof. Up'd insulin to 5 units.
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40 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Valentina VINE VOICE on July 19, 2012
Pattern Name: PrimaveraFlavor Name: turkey Verified Purchase
First and foremost, I cannot stress how important it is to feed your cat an all canned food diet - cats do not have a drive for thirst, so only a canned food diet will keep them correctly hydrated [diabetes, urine crystal free].

Important to learn: if you feed your cat all wet diet, they only need to drink 1oz of water a day to keep fully hydrated. If you feed your cat an all dry diet, they need to drink 7oz of water to keep hydrated. That's a full cup of water!

Second, cat food must be high in protein, high to low in fat [depending if you want your cat to be lean], and have no more than 10% carbs. Dry foods are 30% plus percent carbs. Diabetes is rampant in older cats, and it's recommended to keep their carb intake at 5-10%.

You should feed grain-free diet and feed meat from feathered birds, not beef, never fish. Grain free almost always means high fat, so be careful if you want to keep your cats lean and healthy.

I feed this Fancy Feast formula, plus Merrick's cowboy cookout or grammy pot pie [grain free, low fat], plus wellness turkey and chicken formulas [grain free, low protein, high fat]. I use Fancy Feast to entice the cat then they eat whatever else is in their dish [wellness, etc]. Grain free food, while great for them, doesn't really taste great.

This formula is:
56% protein
33% fat
10% carbs
74 calories per can
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41 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Alicia Maloney on October 21, 2011
Pattern Name: FlakedFlavor Name: Fish & Shrimp Verified Purchase
I was a long term subscriber on the Amazon plan for Fancy Feast Fish and Shrimp
I just cancelled my subscription today.
Let me start out by saying Amazon is top notch with their program of subscribe and save
Which is why I placed it at two stars.
However I would like to know what the Friskies corporation DID with this product....
I think that there has been a change to the formula.
It now stinks so badly my cat who is not overly fussy and ate this flavor happily and eagerly for 3 years and now will not even touch this stuff!!
She is a healthy 3 year old cat, who loved her Fancy Feast treat.
And I noticed the change when serving it to her with the horrid almost rancid over-fishy smell and texture within the last month or so.
And yes, while I realize, that it is a fish and shrimp mix and will smell somewhat the smell seems now completely atrocious.
My guess is that the company started using a lower grade of product.

I put this review out here to see if anyone also has encountered this with this product recently also??
So I was resigned to cancelling my subscription- Again through no fault of Amazon
And I now ordered from Amazon, "Halo Spot's Stew" Crab, shrimp, and chicken flavor mix canned cat food
And I will see how that goes...
Just wanted to leave my feedback on my disappointment on what this product has seemed to become.
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