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Fancy Feast Classic Seafood Feast Variety Pack Canned Cat Food

Fancy Feast Classic Seafood Feast Variety Pack Canned Cat Food

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    BETTER THAN NOTHING

    By SUSIE on Apr 13, 2021

    SO I NORMALLY BUY THE FANCY FEAST SAVORY CENTER. YOU CANNOT GET THIS PRODUCT FOR SOME REASON. THIS CLASSIC PATE IS OK AND THE CATS WILL EAT JUST NOT LIKE THEY EAT THE SAVORY CENTERS. Also why does everything have to come with salmon in it. I have one cats allergic to salmon so i always have cans I cannot SO I NORMALLY BUY THE FANCY FEAST SAVORY CENTER. YOU CANNOT GET THIS PRODUCT FOR SOME REASON. THIS CLASSIC PATE IS OK AND THE CATS WILL EAT JUST NOT LIKE THEY EAT THE SAVORY CENTERS. Also why does everything have to come with salmon in it. I have one cats allergic to salmon so i always have cans I cannot use that is also true with the savory centers since when you can get this you can only but the case and not individual cans. … more

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    abysmal protein levels

    By EriNC on Mar 3, 2021

    The average cat needs 35 to 40% of protein per day and a minimum of 2 grams of protein per pound of healthy weight per day. Doing the math it would take 2.5 cans of fancy feast per day to meet the grams per pound requirement. The label states that an 85g (3oz)Fancy Feast Cod, Shrimp and Sole contains The average cat needs 35 to 40% of protein per day and a minimum of 2 grams of protein per pound of healthy weight per day. Doing the math it would take 2.5 cans of fancy feast per day to meet the grams per pound requirement. The label states that an 85g (3oz)Fancy Feast Cod, Shrimp and Sole contains 12% protein per can. Multiply 0.12 times 85 and that gives you 10.2 meaning that there is 10.2g of protein per can. However dividing that by your cats weight (my cat is 11 pounds) 10.2 g divided by 11 pounds is 0.9 g of protein per pound of healthy body weight per day. Not enough protein for a cat. We all know that most people only feed about 1 can per day. Usually 1/2 can in the morning, 1/2 can in the evening. … more

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