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16-Ct 1.55oz Friskies Lil' Grillers Wet Cat Food Pouches: Seared Cuts w/ Turkey

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Amazon has the 16-Ct 1.55-Oz Friskies Lil' Grillers Wet Cat Food Pouches on sale from $7.78. Shipping is free w/ Amazon Prime or on orders $25+.Also available:
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Only 6% protein and part of that percentage is wheat and soy protein, this is garbage:

Water, Chicken, Liver, Wheat Gluten, Corn Starch-modified, Ocean Fish, Artificial And Natural Flavors, Soy Flour, Soy Protein Concentrate, Added Color, Taurine, Thiamine Mononitrate (Vitamin B-1). A625519

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Any vegan options?
Really?
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This is not "food". It should only be considered a little treat for your cat. That being said, one of my cats loves these pouches. The other one does not understand them at all. They have been at this price for a bit... a month or longer.
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This looked like a good deal until you see the size. They are only half the size of other brand portioned wet cat food servings and half the price. So they are the same price. I realize these are supposed to be treats but the 3 oz version makes a good meal
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Stick to the pate cans. These ones with the gravy are loaded with carbs.
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Only 6% protein and part of that percentage is wheat and soy protein, this is garbage:

Water, Chicken, Liver, Wheat Gluten, Corn Starch-modified, Ocean Fish, Artificial And Natural Flavors, Soy Flour, Soy Protein Concentrate, Added Color, Taurine, Thiamine Mononitrate (Vitamin B-1). A625519
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Hopefully no cats are reading this.
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Welp carbs help em poop...I find that my punkass cat being on a mostly protein diet his booty hole is exceptionally smelly cuz not enough fiber to express the anal glands when he poops. He also only eats gravy and pate wet food only so too bad this won't work for me. Still researching on a good quality non grain free food.
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Welp carbs help em poop...I find that my punkass cat being on a mostly protein diet his booty hole is exceptionally smelly cuz not enough fiber to express the anal glands when he poops. He also only eats gravy and pate wet food only so too bad this won't work for me. Still researching on a good quality non grain free food.
WTH is all this craziness, express glands, lack of fiber, smelly cat sh%ts. All I know is when my 10lb cat takes a dump, it quite possibly could be the most horrible smell on earth, sometimes I think the walls slightly melt! and I definitely hear screaming. He eats a good mix of dry/wet food. Friskies..nothing high end, he doesn't like that healthy crap too much. I guess it's vegan vs dominos to him. I could feed him butterfly wings and grain free duck gizzards and I think his shi*ts still could be used as a bioweapon. Come on man! they write songs about this! lol, advice?
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Stick to the pate cans. These ones with the gravy are loaded with carbs.
My diabetic cat died and all I have left is low carb stuff to feed to a cat with hyperthyroidism!
I want the high carb stuff for the hyperthyroid cat, but I would prefer extra gravy with pate. Almost nobody likes chunks/shreds!
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Any vegan options?
Ummm...Cat's are natural CARNIVORES! They NEED meat to be healthy! Please tell me you aren't torturing your cat? Confused
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