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Whole Life Just One Ingredient Pure Chicken Breast Freeze-Dried Cat Treats

Whole Life Just One Ingredient Pure Chicken Breast Freeze-Dried Cat Treats

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    Change in manufacturing?

    By Rachel on Nov 24, 2020

    This is the first time in a very long tome this chicken breast came to me undamaged. It also looked a bit different, white powdery coating. I thought these were only supposed to be freeze dried with nothing added? Anyway and explanation of the powdery coating would be appreciated. I’m keeping these This is the first time in a very long tome this chicken breast came to me undamaged. It also looked a bit different, white powdery coating. I thought these were only supposed to be freeze dried with nothing added? Anyway and explanation of the powdery coating would be appreciated. I’m keeping these on auto reorder, but PLEASE an explanation of the powdery coating would be appreciated … more

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    Cat wouldn't touch it

    By apanda on Oct 2, 2020

    I wanted to look into freeze dried treats in order to avoid unhealthy ingredients and because I don't eat meat and never have it in the house, so this seemed like it would be a good way to give her some meat without having to buy normal human sized portions and then have it go bad since none of the humans I wanted to look into freeze dried treats in order to avoid unhealthy ingredients and because I don't eat meat and never have it in the house, so this seemed like it would be a good way to give her some meat without having to buy normal human sized portions and then have it go bad since none of the humans in the house would eat it. I tried giving these to my cat both dry and reconstituted and she had zero interest. Smelled it and walked away, didn't even lick it to try it, nothing. Unfortunately, it was money down the drain. She's not very picky with treats, but she obviously didn't even think of this as food for some reason. I even tried to put it in broth, which she loves and still had no interest, wouldn't even touch the broth it was in. Oh well. … more

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