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24-Ct Purina Fancy Feast Gravy Wet Cat Food (Poultry & Beef Variety Pack)

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Amazon has 24-Count Purina Fancy Feast Gravy Lovers Wet Cat Food (Poultry & Beef Variety Pack) for $9.97. Shipping is free with Prime or Subscribe & Save (select the later date from the "First Delivery On" menu) checkout. Thanks lot7labs

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Chewy has 24-Count Purina Fancy Feast Gravy Lovers Wet Cat Food (Poultry & Beef Variety Pack) for $9.97. Shipping is free on orders $49+.

Flavors included in this variety pack:
  • 8x Turkey Feast
  • 8x Chicken Feast
  • 8x Beef Feast
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Same. I just use it as a treat, particularly when my cat is begging at the dinner table, (which we've never fed him from, but still he tries 🤷 )
Oh yeah, they are just as good as dogs at begging!😂
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Same. I just use it as a treat, particularly when my cat is begging at the dinner table, (which we've never fed him from, but still he tries 🤷 )
Same here. When my cats need medication, I also hide pills inside these and my cats eat everything whole no problem. No need to grind up the pills anymore.
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Awesome - grabbed one for less than $5 with the 50% off first subscribe order. Thanks!
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Five decade cat owner who followed this strategy with my first cats and watched them die of feline diabetes at 7 and 9 from the cheap grain fillers.

Switched to the fancy feast canned fish which is fish+nutrients and no fillers and next 2 generations of cats never developed diabetes and lived quite healthy lives for 20+ years.

Yep it costs more, but you'll pay less in vet bills (my first two went a lot, the next two gens NEVER went to the vet for any reason) and you'll enjoy your pets for 2-3x as long before they pass.

Cat and dogs digestive systems aren't meant to handle huge blood sugar spikes from rice and oatmeal and other crap.
What are some affordable grain free dry cat food you can recommend? For canned I feed my cats Iams Purrfect after switching away from Friskies (those 5.5 oz cans are cheap but not grain free). For dry food I am struggling to find something that is affordable and grain free, other than Purina Cat Chow Naturals I guess.
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That is for dogs though. Cats are carnivores and their natural diets do not contain grain.
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That is for dogs though. Cats are carnivores and their natural diets do not contain grain.
May want to talk to your vet. Mine says completely grain-free is not good.
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My 16 year old cat has always eaten Fancy Feast and he is doing just fine and now loaded up for the new stray mama that dumped 5 kittens in my backyard. Mama is being spayed this week and being returned outside but I now will be feeding her too. When the babies are off of kitty milk, they will eat this too. Thanks, OP, I have a lot of furry babies to feed, I love these deals.
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If you give to an animal shelters, this is ideal especially with shipping directly to their address if you have prime. They always need wet food, especially for cats that take medicine or are difficult to hydrate.
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This is "fancy" food and kind of expensive.
I like your idea, but just get some cheaper food (like Walmart brand) and you get about double the amount of food for the same price.
This is expensive? How cheap are you when it comes to feeding another living being? Imagine if your cat can talk and when they ask what's for dinner and you end up telling them "the cheapest food I can get".
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What are some affordable grain free dry cat food you can recommend? For canned I feed my cats Iams Purrfect after switching away from Friskies (those 5.5 oz cans are cheap but not grain free). For dry food I am struggling to find something that is affordable and grain free, other than Purina Cat Chow Naturals I guess.
Honestly I never found a dry cat or dog food that I thought was decent and cheaper than cans. For dogs the costco organic chicken and chickpea dry is okay and I leave some of that down for the dogs but they mostly get canned.

Cat food wise, its nearly impossible to find a dry food without corn, wheat, soy, potatoes or other fillers. Cats for millennia ate whole birds, rodents and snakes, feathers, fur, skin, organs, bones and lean meat. You CAN find some good dry cat foods, but then you're into prices that exceed the canned.

The fancy feast fish variety pack that the warehouse clubs carry is 48 cans (my huge cat eats 2/day, one in the AM and one in the PM) for about $25, or about $1 a day. That's all I feed my current cat and my prior generation who lived as indoor/outdoor cats in areas with a fair # of predators like bobcats and coyotes lived to 21, 22 and 22 1/2. The latter two were twins from the same litter and passed within a few months of each other. All were correct weight, not fat or skinny, never needed a trip to the vet, and even past 20 they were still stalking things in the yard, playing with toys, etc. They just couldn't jump as high as when they were young.

In short, its worth a buck a day to avoid thousands in vet bills and losing your cat after 7-9 years (average life span for an indoor cat, for indoor/outdoor its 3-5)
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May want to talk to your vet. Mine says completely grain-free is not good.
Your vet is wrong and you should find another one.

Here's why. Does your vet sell Hills Science Diet in his place of business? Hills pays vets in school, covering a variety of costs in exchange for their signed agreement that they'll sell their food when they become doctors.

Hills Science Diet is crap food full of fillers and grains.

I specifically evaluate vets by walking into the place and seeing if they sell crap food or not. About 20% don't and those are the vets I go to.

Grains produce blood sugar spikes. Dogs and cats never ate grains until we started feeding them to them ~60 years ago. Neither species has the insulin/blood sugar handling capabilities of a human. Your dog or cat will develop diabetes.

Hills and Purina also funded the study that the FDA referenced in their 'warning'. The FDA also said there was no clear link suggesting that grain free foods were harmful to pets.
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What are some affordable grain free dry cat food you can recommend? For canned I feed my cats Iams Purrfect after switching away from Friskies (those 5.5 oz cans are cheap but not grain free). For dry food I am struggling to find something that is affordable and grain free, other than Purina Cat Chow Naturals I guess.
We buy grain free dry cat food at Costco. It is Costco brand and a huge bag is $20, I think. After comparing different brands, I found out this Costco brand dry cat food was the cheapest for grain free kind.

We give her a half can of wet food like the one in OP for lunch. She loves the gravy kind.
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This is expensive? How cheap are you when it comes to feeding another living being? Imagine if your cat can talk and when they ask what's for dinner and you end up telling them "the cheapest food I can get".
The guy was replying to another SDer who said he was going to buy this deal for future stay cats he may or may not find. The original guy does not have any cats and the guy you referred was suggested the OP to get the cheaper cat food to feed the stray cats to stretch his resources (money) to save more stray cats. Read the whole interaction before commenting.
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My cats love the beef gravy lover, turkey is OK, they don't like the chicken.
So this Varity pack is not ok at my household.
Tuna version they like too.
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