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Amazon has 12-Pack 3-Oz Weruva BFF Batch 'O Besties Variety Pack Canned Cat Food on sale for $6.45 -> now $6.13 -> now $5.82. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders $25+. Thanks JuJuFrankenbean
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Chewy [chewy.com] has the 12-Pack Weruva BFF Batch 'O Besties Variety Pack Canned Cat Food (3-Oz each) on sale for $6.45 when you opt for autoship & save. Shipping is free on orders $49+. ->.Now $5.53

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Amazon [amazon.com] has the 12-Pack Weruva BFF Batch 'O Besties Variety Pack Canned Cat Food (3-Oz each) on sale for $6.45 when you checkout via subscribe & save. Shipping is free w/ Amazon Prime or orders $25+. >Now $5.82 - S&S is NLA -Usually ships within 2-4 weeks
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To be precise the brand is BFF on CatFoodDB, not Weruva, and the actual reviews for this particular food are just okay, 6-7 paws total:

Tuna & Chicken 4eva - http://catfooddb.com/product/bff/...icken+4eva
Tuna & Pumpkin Valentine - http://catfooddb.com/product/bff/...+Valentine
Tuna & Salmon Soulmates - http://catfooddb.com/product/bff/...+Soulmates
Tuna Too Cool - http://catfooddb.com/product/bff/Tuna+Too+Cool

Doesn't make this a bad deal, just want other to be informed of what they're buying.
Wrong about cats being omnivores. All felines are pure carnivores unlike dogs that evolved from wolves that are omnivores. Cats cannot digest the large amount of grains found in inferior foods, especially garbage like corn and rice.

"Grains like corn, wheat, and rice are the foundations for many cat foods. This is because they are cheap to produce and allow the food manufacturer to meet the carbohydrate requirements for their foods while saving some money.
These types of grains, however, can cause problems for some cats. Some cats are allergic to grains, and others have a hard time digesting them. Some scientists believe that this is because cats weren't designed to do so -- they lack a salivary enzyme called amylase that helps to break down carbohydrates like corn and wheat before they reach the stomach. Cats do, however, use amylase secreted by the pancreas during digestion in the intestines.
A wild cat's natural diet would contain more protein, and they would likely ingest only small amounts of carbohydrates through the proteins (or animals) they consumed."
- https://www.petcarerx.com/article...hoice/1581

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There was a 40% off coupon for first subscribe and save.
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There was a 40% off coupon for first subscribe and save.
Usually those are best used for largest possible size deals since it will yield larger savings.
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If you buy $75 of these cans, and/or a few other choices from chewy, you will get an extra 20% off, plus an extra 5% off if you set up an autoship (which you can cancel anytime if needed).
You do have to add each pack individually or in 2's, but it would be $.41 per can, or $4.90 per 12 pack, if you buy TWELVE of this variety pack, OR at least $75 worth of certain Weruva cans.
Its a great deal for this excellent quality brand, but it is all tuna based varieties in this pack.
Some other Weruva variety packs are even cheaper per can on chewy but don't have the extra 20% off for buying $75, in case you don't want 144 cans of cat tuna.... hth
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A very good food: http://catfooddb.com/search?search=Weruva%20

However, some varieties are better than others. Use CafFoodDB to choose.
To be precise the brand is BFF on CatFoodDB, not Weruva, and the actual reviews for this particular food are just okay, 6-7 paws total:

Tuna & Chicken 4eva - http://catfooddb.com/product/bff/...icken+4eva
Tuna & Pumpkin Valentine - http://catfooddb.com/product/bff/...+Valentine
Tuna & Salmon Soulmates - http://catfooddb.com/product/bff/...+Soulmates
Tuna Too Cool - http://catfooddb.com/product/bff/Tuna+Too+Cool

Doesn't make this a bad deal, just want other to be informed of what they're buying.
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Not going to spoil my 5 cats. I already do that, and wait twice a year to buy Temptations cat treats in bulk, when they go on sale.
As far as wet food goes, it's friskies at ~50c / can.
Now if I only had two cats, then I would spoil them even more, with these smaller higher quality 3oz cans.
Just waiting for a friskies sale that never happened on prime day this year.
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Thanks for pointing that out. "BFF is a Weruva brand." Misdirection on the part of the OP... Grrrr.

I got suckered into thinking it was the much better Weruva stuff.

So, I change my recommendation... don't buy this. There's much better choices at the same price.
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Not going to spoil my 5 cats. I already do that, and wait twice a year to buy Temptations cat treats in bulk, when they go on sale.
As far as wet food goes, it's friskies at ~50c / can.
Now if I only had two cats, then I would spoil them even more, with these smaller higher quality 3oz cans.
Just waiting for a friskies sale that never happened on prime day this year.
Some Friskies is just plain horrid and is largely filler with no nutritional value and some potentially harmful: mystery meat by-products, rice, corn bran, rice flour, guar gum (which can lower the digestion of whatever protein is in it), carrageenan.

There are some average varieties.

http://catfooddb.com/search?search=friskies
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Is CatFoodDB worth a ****, though? I used to go there too, but I eventually decided who was I going to trust - vet schools that specialize in animal care, or some randos on the Internet. So I've decided its nothing but vet approved food for my felines. Hills, Royal Canin, ProPlan.
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Well house cats over the other 4 species of cats, have evolved along side with humans. their intestinal track is longer to help absorb and breakdown grains. So technically house cats are omnivores.
But yeah, mystery meat. I'm just hoping that it's horse and kangaroo meat, rather than ground up cartilage. well at least they legally can't use spinal or brain tissue since mad cow years ago.
Wrong about cats being omnivores. All felines are pure carnivores unlike dogs that evolved from wolves that are omnivores. Cats cannot digest the large amount of grains found in inferior foods, especially garbage like corn and rice.

"Grains like corn, wheat, and rice are the foundations for many cat foods. This is because they are cheap to produce and allow the food manufacturer to meet the carbohydrate requirements for their foods while saving some money.
These types of grains, however, can cause problems for some cats. Some cats are allergic to grains, and others have a hard time digesting them. Some scientists believe that this is because cats weren't designed to do so -- they lack a salivary enzyme called amylase that helps to break down carbohydrates like corn and wheat before they reach the stomach. Cats do, however, use amylase secreted by the pancreas during digestion in the intestines.
A wild cat's natural diet would contain more protein, and they would likely ingest only small amounts of carbohydrates through the proteins (or animals) they consumed."

- https://www.petcarerx.com/article...hoice/1581
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Is CatFoodDB worth a ****, though? I used to go there too, but I eventually decided who was I going to trust - vet schools that specialize in animal care, or some randos on the Internet. So I've decided its nothing but vet approved food for my felines. Hills, Royal Canin, ProPlan.
Wow... apparently you like that Kool-Aid. Oh, and many veterinarian chains including Banfield and VCA are owned by these multinational pet food companies.

The truth from a veterinarian who swallowed the Kool-Ad and then got better: https://healthydogworkshop.com/bu...erinarian/
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Wrong about cats being omnivores. All felines are pure carnivores unlike dogs that evolved from wolves that are omnivores. Cats cannot digest the large amount of grains found in inferior foods, especially garbage like corn and rice.

"Grains like corn, wheat, and rice are the foundations for many cat foods. This is because they are cheap to produce and allow the food manufacturer to meet the carbohydrate requirements for their foods while saving some money.
These types of grains, however, can cause problems for some cats. Some cats are allergic to grains, and others have a hard time digesting them. Some scientists believe that this is because cats weren't designed to do so -- they lack a salivary enzyme called amylase that helps to break down carbohydrates like corn and wheat before they reach the stomach. Cats do, however, use amylase secreted by the pancreas during digestion in the intestines.
A wild cat's natural diet would contain more protein, and they would likely ingest only small amounts of carbohydrates through the proteins (or animals) they consumed."

- https://www.petcarerx.com/article...hoice/1581
Yes domestic cats consume more protein in their diets, than carbs, that's established. I was just saying that they can digest more carbs than the other species of cats.
also, I thought that they banned the use of certain tissues for animal consumption, but the USDA is a powerful lobby, and well:
http://www.slate.com/articles/hea...lters.html

I need to ask my vet what the symptoms of CJD in felines are.
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Meat by-product definition in pet food:
"the non-rendered, clean parts, other than meat, derived from slaughtered mammals. It includes, but is not limited to lungs, spleen, kidneys, brain, livers, blood, bone, partially defatted low temperature fatty tissue, & stomachs & intestines freed of their contents."

According to USDA regs, unlike poultry, beef or pork by-products, they don't have to come from USA inspected and approved slaughtered animals; they can be anything, including diseased, from a rendering plant or even road kill. Almost all of these are consider unfit for human consumption, by the way, except for liver and kidneys (which are both gross IMHO).
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