Purely Fancy Feast entrées are a delicious way to whet your cat's appetite and can be served as a flavorful complement to your cat's regular meals. Purely Fancy Feast is unlike many other cat foods because every entrée is prepared without byproducts or fillers.
Each meal is made with real meat (chicken, beef, or fish) and a delectable broth cats love. Buy Purely Fancy Feast entrées with confidence with our 100% satisfaction guarantee.
Real meat you can see
5 delicious flavors to satisfy even the most finicky cat
Individually sealed to maintain ultimate freshness
No byproducts or fillers
Conveniently delivered to your door (free delivery with order totaling $49 or more)
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Purely Fancy Feast entrées are delicious gourmet meals you can give your cat any time. Each Purely Fancy Feast entrée is made with real meat, making it a great complement to your cat's regular food or as a stand-alone meal.
Purely Fancy Feast entrées are a delicious addition to your cat's diet, since each Purely Fancy Feast is made with real meat.
Adjust feeding as appropriate to keep a healthy body condition. For cats who are fed both wet and dry food, adjust your feeding routine to maintain a healthy body condition as instructed by your veterinarian.
Tip: If you choose to feed your cat only a portion of the food, you can refrigerate the rest until the next feeding time.
Suggested Feeding Guidelines:
Feed an average size adult cat 1 tray per 1½ - 2 pounds of body weight daily.
Store these products at room temperature. Unused portion should be covered, refrigerated and used within 2-3 days.
Purely Fancy Feast White Meat Chicken & Shredded Beef:
She goes nuts
As soon as she hears it open she starts meowing and jumping all over the place. My cat doesn't get easily excited about anything and it amazes me every Friday when I give her one of these. Especially the shrimp one. She takes it out first and flicks it up in the air and pounces on it and gobbles up the little shrimp then goes back to her bowl and eats the rest.
They love it to death!
I was never drawn to letting my cats try Fancy Feast. When these trays came out they looked like such geniune meat that I thought I'd give one try. My cat LOVED them. They eat it all up and won't let each other near their appetizer trays. I don't expect it to be like full of vitamins or anything. So I just pop these trays as a reward for when I "bathe", brush and clean them. They're definitely not mad at me after I feed them these. Definitely recommend!
Appetizers does not contain any of my cat's allergens. She loves the Appetizers. She does have dry food available all day as well. So why can't I use it as her main food? twice a day?
4 years, 4 months ago
Hi Ya - Tues Cat! I am just another buyer on this site, NOT a Vet. I do look up alot of info about Cat stuff, for our Furry Kids! & since it is Thanksgiving right now, we don't know if anyone will be around this site who IS a Vet - Also, not sure after Itype an answer with my best guess.... These Appetizers trays are good ( our Cats like them, Too! ) BUT - they do NOT contain basic VITs & Minerals that Cat DO need!! - Like Taurine or Vit E & so on.... So, PLEASE talk to YOUR Vet AND hoping soon a 1800PetMed Vet will answer Your question better than me/us! HUGs to You & Your Furry Kids! Please Take CARE!!
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