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Organ meat will be listed as organs. Byproducts are rendered (melted) and re-congealted fats and other bits and bobs. Basically too heated to be healthy for anything. Fish tends to cause issues in cats. As does dairy. But obviously buy what you want.
Not outdoors as of yet. But they kinda play with them through the windows. I have a friend who is going to build an outside Catio for my indoor cats. Finally have all of the materials accumulated for it. Then they'll be able to get closer to them. Rescued tame cat no. 7 about 6 weeks ago. He was hit by a car and cost me a fortune to save him but he was worth it. He's finally healed up and I've kept him away from the other tame ones to give him time to heal. Next will be introducing him to the others (3 boys, 3 girls) and I know it will take time for them to accept a new roomie. BTW thanks to all of the great folks I saw in this thread who also rescue cats and other animals.
Thanks TunaBreath! Applause I've been rescuing cats for nearly 10 yrs. Have 7 tame inside and approx. 24 feral outside. ALL of them are spayed/neutered. My catfood bill is over $300 a month and I mostly buy a good quality dry for them but on occasion I like to add canned food. This deal made it more affordable to add canned food daily. Placed an order with subscription.

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Thanks OP!

Same price at chewy for those who have gift cards to burn

https://www.chewy.com/9-lives-mea.../dp/204576
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First ingredients are byproducts. Contains both fish and milk products, not great for cats
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I don't see anything wrong with those ingredients. Organ meats are fine for cats.
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I don't see anything wrong with those ingredients. Organ meats are fine for cats.
Organ meat will be listed as organs. Byproducts are rendered (melted) and re-congealted fats and other bits and bobs. Basically too heated to be healthy for anything. Fish tends to cause issues in cats. As does dairy. But obviously buy what you want.
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Organ meat will be listed as organs. Byproducts are rendered (melted) and re-congealted fats and other bits and bobs. Basically too heated to be healthy for anything. Fish tends to cause issues in cats. As does dairy. But obviously buy what you want.
Think meat processing plants send the rendered fat bits to their refinery to be sold in pet food, ie byproducts.
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Lol. It's 9 lives. This isn't a premium cat food. Of course there are by-products. Still better than any dry kibble!
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Lol. It's 9 lives. This isn't a premium cat food. Of course there are by-products. Still better than any dry kibble!
It is comparable to Walmart's Special Kitty brand canned cat food (which is actually cheaper). Both contains mainly by-products but yeah still better than any dry food.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Specia.../203767836
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Thanks TunaBreath! Applause I've been rescuing cats for nearly 10 yrs. Have 7 tame inside and approx. 24 feral outside. ALL of them are spayed/neutered. My catfood bill is over $300 a month and I mostly buy a good quality dry for them but on occasion I like to add canned food. This deal made it more affordable to add canned food daily. Placed an order with subscription.
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Thanks TunaBreath! Applause I've been rescuing cats for nearly 10 yrs. Have 7 tame inside and approx. 24 feral outside. ALL of them are spayed/neutered. My catfood bill is over $300 a month and I mostly buy a good quality dry for them but on occasion I like to add canned food. This deal made it more affordable to add canned food daily. Placed an order with subscription.
Do the tame indoor cats ever get to play with the wild outdoor cats?
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Do the tame indoor cats ever get to play with the wild outdoor cats?
Not outdoors as of yet. But they kinda play with them through the windows. I have a friend who is going to build an outside Catio for my indoor cats. Finally have all of the materials accumulated for it. Then they'll be able to get closer to them. Rescued tame cat no. 7 about 6 weeks ago. He was hit by a car and cost me a fortune to save him but he was worth it. He's finally healed up and I've kept him away from the other tame ones to give him time to heal. Next will be introducing him to the others (3 boys, 3 girls) and I know it will take time for them to accept a new roomie. BTW thanks to all of the great folks I saw in this thread who also rescue cats and other animals.
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