Didn't have a nasty wet food smell most wet foods have the cat loved it and you could tell what was in it
This is definitely my cat's favorite. They always finish the bowl! With other brands like fancy feast, friskies, 9 lives, and even purina wet they never want to finish it. I give them a can 2-3 times a week to mix up their diet. This is also affordable.
Love your products and our cats love fancy feast and they go crazy for it
My picky cat really enjoyed this flavor. I have one cat that will eat just about anything and the other is so picky. But even my picky kitty will at least eat some of this flavir more so than others. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Both of my cats love the flaked trout feast; they get all excited and lick their plates clean. I give them this when I want them to have a special treat.
We have 10 cats. Some are partial to dry food, and generally aren't thrilled at any wet food, which I consider important tor bladder health. This flavour, however, has universal appeal with every single cat, and that approval has lasted over time. Very happy to finally have at least one canned food that everyone will eat! (This review was collected as part of a promotion.)
Problem: so do other cats. Sold out due to virus at all local stores.
I have 2 cats so they shared the small can. They both loved it. Ate it up like they were starving. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Little bit & I love Fancy Feast. Fancy Feast is the only brand my cat will eat and Tuna Feast Flaked is one of his favs.
We love it.
We don't talk much, we would rather be eating. We particularly love the nice gravy.
I found this flavor recently, and the cats can't seem to get enough of it. Two of the cats usually turn up their noses at fish flavors in other brands, but they want to eat this one!
I particularly like the high protein percentage in this flavor - I think its helping keep my one hyperthyroid senior cat from losing more weight - he LOVES this fish.
LOVE the taste and the pieces of real small shrimp