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Fancy Feast, 3-Ounce Cans
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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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Flavor Name: Chicken | Design: Grilled
From the Manufacturer
Delight Your Cat With The Full Collection Of Fancy Feast Recipes and Entrées, Crafted Just For Cats.
Fancy Feast Wet Cat Food
- Gourmet wet cat food entrées prepared with high quality ingredients.
- More than 50 delectable tastes and textures to choose from.
- Special recipes include Gravy Lovers and Delights with Cheddar.
Fancy Feast Medleys
- Expert pairings, layered with flavor.
- Inspired combinations, created with real, visible garden veggies, greens, or cheese.
- A full menu of unique entrées to delight your cat.
Fancy Feast Broths
- Lickable, loveable bowls of wholesome goodness.
- Real, hand selected pieces of seafood and chicken, with veggie accents.
- Choose from classic silky or creamy recipes.
Purely Fancy Feast
- Real seafood, chicken or beef wet cat food entrées.
- Crafted with natural ingredients, plus vitamins and minerals.
- Never any by-products or fillers.
Chicken, Broth, Chicken, Liver, Wheat Gluten, Meat By-Products, Corn Starch-Modified, Artificial and Natural Flavors, Salt, Calcium Phosphate, Soy Protein Concentrate, Added Color, Potassium Chloride, Taurine, Magnesium Sulfate, Choline Chloride, Thiamine Mononitrate, Vitamin E Supplement, Zinc Sulfate, Ferrous Sulfate, Niacin, Calcium Pantothenate, Vitamin A Supplement, Menadione Sodium Bisulfite Complex (Source of Vitamin K Activity), Copper Sulfate, Manganese Sulfate, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Riboflavin Supplement, Vitamin B-12 Supplement, Biotin, Folic Acid, Vitamin D-3 Supplement, Potassium Iodide. B-6922.
Feed an average size adult cat 1 can per 2-1/2 pounds of body weight daily. Feed up to twice this amount to kittens. Pregnant or nursing cats may require two to four times their normal feeding. Refrigerate unused portion.
Top Customer Reviews
There is nowhere you can find it any cheaper than on Amazon. I've checked at Target, Walmart, Petco, Wegmans, etc, and the cheapest so far is 0.50 per can (when it is on sale at Walmart). By subscribing to regular deliveries on Amazon, I can get it delivered to my doorstep for 0.48 per can. It really adds up especially if you have multiple cats! Thanks Amazon.. I would not be able to feed my kitty without you. <3
Update: By the way, in case this helps anyone.. My kitty went into diabetic remission and does not need insulin anymore after 1.5 months of eating FF. =)
Edit: To clear up confusion, this review is for FF Classic Poultry & Beef Variety Pack that includes chicken classic, beef classic, and turkey & giblets classic. The other varieties may or may not have gluten or fillers or high amounts of by products. The Beef & Chicken, for instance, has byproducts as the first ingredient on the list. Check the ingredients list before purchasing! =)
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.Read more ›
There's some gross brown stuff in here that makes it borderline, but it smells like a can of tuna, and the texture is pretty similar. If i closed my eyes, and mixed some mayo in it, and slapped it between wonder bread, i'd be willing to eat it for at least $35. But for the price, and the quality of the food (whole chunks of fish, shrimp as you can see from my photo), this is a great deal. It gets a standing ovation from both Zeroichi and I.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My kitty has been eating this for about 2 years now and it's one of his favorites.Published 8 hours ago by PGray
I have always fed my cats Fancy Feast--and, in return, they have always loved it. Fancy Feast never seems to get wasted. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Wolfbitch
I thought my 4 cats would like this but they lick it and then walk away. I guess I have picky cats!Published 1 day ago by MB