|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Ahi Tuna, Mixed Tocopherols||Chicken Breast||Salmon||Duck Liver||Pork, Pork Liver, Organic Sunflower Oil...|
|Special Diet||High-Protein, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Pea-Free||High-Protein, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Pea-Free||High-Protein, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Pea-Free||High-Protein, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Pea-Free||High-Protein, Limited Ingredient Diet, Non-GMO|
|Food Flavor||Tuna||Chicken||Salmon||Duck||Meat, Pork|
My cat really loves these treats. Made the mistake of leaving them out on the counter one day. They are a cross between a freeze dried piece of salmon and a pice of kibble. They are light but also crunchy, the perfect combo for my cat. I will say though, the 1.9oz bag version has pieces that are bigger than the 1oz bag and are the ones my cat prefers. The treats are a different color and shape, which I’ve alerted to Chewy before because the size of the bag shouldn’t affect the treat size, shape, and color.
We’ve been trying new things lately. All 3 of my cats love these, and i like that they are good for them.
She was eating these on and off for about two weeks then quit. Maybe it’s a once a year treat for her.
Our cat wouldn't give these the slightest sniff! Before buying we checked on the manufacturer's site to see if these were suitable for dogs to consume. Their site said they were (we had been looking at tons of different treats for both our cat & dog) but our vet told us tuna is a no-no for the dog. It feels a bit icky that the brand advertised safe for dogs when it isn't.
When I first bought these my cats loved them! They would go crazy for these! However, after about 4 days of having these, they got tired of them for some reason. They wouldn’t even touch them or bother to eat them when I shook the bag. Maybe it’s my cats own personal preference, so I’m not sure.
I buy it because the Simon treat is REALLY GREAT. However, I feel disappointed when open this Ahi Tuna. My cat also doesn’t like it. He just smells a bit and left away.
I received a free sample for my honest opinion. I do not recommend these treats. I have a 15-year old and 8-year old cats. Neither wanted the treat. In fact, they didn’t even bother walking to smell the treats. Sorry to say, the treats were not approved by my kitties so I cannot not recommend.
Cats, Do Not like Ahi Tuna at all. They Heaved It up. Both Of My Cats. But the Salmon treats Are Exceptional. And All Of The Other Nacho Products Are Good. They Prefer Cubed Salmon Bites Way Better Though. Sincerely, From: K.C. Customer. North Bay, California.
This has to be the worst cat treat ever created. The second I opened the bag I wanted to puke. It smelled so bad, and the smell took a few hand washes to come off. I tryed to feed them to my cat but the only thing she would do with them is play with them. I though maybe my cat was just to picky, so my neighbors tryed to give it to there two cats. They ran away when we offered the treats. Lastly we tryed to give some to our son's cat and once again failure. The treats were thrown in the trash, their righful place if you ask me.
I got these as a free sample in exchange for leaving a review. I, personally, did not try these but they smelled ok, kinda like fish food... they did seem a little hard, and much larger than the Temptations treats. We have two indoor kitties and my mom takes care of a feral colony. Our two indoor kitties include one very picky eater and one who likes almost everything. Neither of them would eat these. Our picky girl actually backed away from these to get away from them. I tried mixing these in with their normal treats, and they both ate around these to leave them behind. The feral kitties also didn't want these... i think the Possum finally ate them.