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Purina Friskies Wet Cat Food; Flaked With Tuna & Egg - 5.5 oz. Can

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  • Made With Real Tuna And Egg For A Taste Cats Love
  • Tender Flaked Texture Delights Her Palate
  • Enticing Aroma Piques Her Curiosity
  • Contains Essential Vitamins And Nutrients


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    Doc E. C.

    I rescued cats - feral and abused - for several years. I am now down to four that are wonderful for me but unadoptable. That's the backstory.As with many ferals there is often struvite crystals. This is a genetic forms of crystals not just stress related though it can be exacerbated by stressors. I studied more about struvite crystals which is a very common issue for cats and often overlooked. So my tiny feral mommy cat and her two boys -- that makes three of my remaining four -- all have struvite. I finally found the easiest way to control struvite and now they don't get it. All it takes is a consistent diet of gluten free canned food. That means no "gravy" and other glutens. Mine love a mixture of Liver and Chicken pate mixed with Poultry Platter pate with a once a week Salmon pate thrown in. Putting them on a pate only diet has completely eliminated any chance of struvite crystals.Pate only also puts the kitties on a carnivore diet, which is what cats are. Unlike dogs, who are omnivores like we are, a protein only diet is what their bodies prefer. According to those who espouse a carnivore diet they say that the feline body was not made to digest carbohydrates, particularly difficult ones such as glutens -- you know those as those nice gravies on the chunks, flakes, and slices of meat sold for our cats. They also say that the normal amount of carbohydrates a cat in the wild eats is whatever grass is in the stomach of the mouse it eats. Now mine are a bit different than that and, if I plant them good quality grass they will eat that. They will also eat kibbles but they are said to survive though not thrive on kibbles no matter how much they may love them.I started my four on a carnivore diet and, within just a few months, I found they had all become sleeker, slimmer, coats were shinier, and my fat cat had lost almost two lbs while giving them unlimited wet food twice a day. It's amazing. My little feral mommy cat, all 7 lbs of her, is 12 years old but would pass for a six year old. The same is true with the boys. They are more active and play more even though the youngest, the two boys, are 11 years old.I advocate for a pate diet if you want a healthier cat. And, since I cannot afford $25 to $30 for 12 cans of the "better brands" of wet cat food, I trust Purina who has been feeding every form of farm and domestic animals for longer than any of us have been around.

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    johnny o

    OK people I am not making this up. If my cat doesn't get a can of Mixed Grill every evening at precisely 8:00 pm he will come find me wherever I am and make it known it's canned cat food time. Often I will be laying on the sofa, sometimes sleeping. First it's incessant meowing, then he jumps up on my chest or my side and begins tapping me on the head. If that doesn't work, then he begins head butting me in the shoulder. Forget about putting a pillow over my head or covering myself with a throw, he will not give up. More than once I've said "go away and leave me alone" and the next thing I hear is pantry door creak as he opens it, then he'll climb up in the cupboard and start knocking down cans on to the floor. He eats dry food in the morning and throughout the day, but when 8 PM comes there will be no peace for me unless he gets his Mixed Grill. True story.

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    AmazonWoman

    My kitties are so picky! They are the two biggest snobs ever when it comes to food. A lot of times my local grocery is out of this particular flavor so I will have to return to them with something else and they aren’t having any of it. They’ll run over to see it and then turn their noses up and walk away denying me snuggles until I get them their cheesy bacony goodness. Yes I know my kitties are absolutely ridiculous and that our relationship is a bit one sided but I learned a long time ago that they are the ones running the show around here and the old “happy wife, happy life” saying also applies to cats only it’s more like “happy kitty, furniture still pretty.”I order on here from time to time when my grocery store is out but the one problem with getting it here is the price. Sometimes it is way cheaper on here but other times it’s 3 - 4 times the cost of my store. It seems to fluctuate without rhyme or reason so I suggest stocking up when the cost is low. I have discovered that if I add this to my cart and then save it for later that every time the price changes a message will appear in my cart telling me about it so that’s how I keep track of when it’s a good price!

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    tarita virtue

    when my three aging dogs suddenly decided that absolutely NO wet, dry or raw "dog foods" were palatable - i was feeling the kind of parental worry that i put my own poor parents through so many years ago!!since KARMA seems inescapable - here it was - coming right back around to swiftly kick my butt! ha! ha! ( even though i wasn't blessed with "human" children; these precious animals have my heart, soul and unconditional love on lockdown. )i tried every vet approved suggestion, prepared homemade meals - but all were met with minimal and/or temporary success UNTIL..... this!so now my cat - and - three fickle dogs are eating dinner with excitement again! from a small chihuahua to a very large rottweiler/german shepard mix. they go through a crazy amount of cans every night, but happy tummies has them acting youthful again!our pot belly pig has his own special diet and thankfully it does not include being a fussy eater. life is good.

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    Kat

    If you get the pate, it doesn't have "gravy" so it doesn't add flour and other carbs that cats are not meant to eat. My cat has lost a pound since we switched to this (he used to eat the Friskies fillets in gravy, which was much higher in carbohydrate).Much more affordable than specialized "weight loss" or "just meat, no carbs" foods, but still seems to give a lot of the benefits. It does still list "rice" and the ever-ominous "meat byproducts" as ingredients, but if you can't afford fancy cat food it's probably one of the healthiest cheap foods you can feed your cat.

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    Todd M.

    We try to keep the cats on grain free dry foods after one had some health issues but they all love canned wet food and Friskies is the most popular… though 9-Lives is also a good one. The Shreds have a lot of liquid at the expense of the meat/fish portion. The Pate’, Bits & Filets are the ones they prefer and that’s all that counts when all six are circling the feet in the morning waiting for their servings. The wet food gives them a little moisture that’s missing in the dry and it’s actually less expensive per serving than the dry foods we are using… including Natural Balance, Merrick & Taste of the Wild. Whatever we purchase… and where it’s purchased… is based on price and it’s often much less here than the food store that’s 40-miles away. We can’t easily by a case anywhere since they are always opened and hard to carry so having them delivered in nice sealed case lots is a real plus. Prices vary widely here and change often but whenever we can the Subscribe & Save program has/is working nicely. The biggest downside is the smell and all the empty cans but we recycle so that helps. No complaints from the consumers so no reason to knock any stars off and we’ll stick to buying here as long as prices are at or slightly under the local prices of about 45-cents per can.

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    TheHobbyGuy

    This food has been great for my cats. They seem to be partial to fish flavors and this is the only flavor that they all will eat every time. It is definitely a form-keeping pate that has a small amount of gravy on the bottom. This can is a 5.5oz can and it can be refrigerated if you do not use the whole thing right away.The food I purchased a week or so ago has an expiration date of June 2018. So this stuff can be bough a few months ahead of time no problem.Each pack has 24 cans included.Dimensions of the can are exactly the same as any typical 5.5oz can.Pros:*All the cats love it*Good nutrition*Just the right amount of gravyCons:*NoneAdditional Considerations:Paired with a good dry food, this food can be a good backbone of any felines diet.Overall: 5/5 stars (>=.5 rounds up, <.5 rounds down) => 5 starsIf you have any further questions regarding the product in my review please leave a comment below and I will get back to you as soon as possible.

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    Cheeky Bawstud

    High in protein and gives the cats gas. Two birds with one stone.So far, the cheapest price I've seen is at Wal-Mart for $0.48/can, which is matched here. But with 5% off Amazon subscribe and save, I save more than having to drive out to hickville to get a deal on cat food. Don't even have to look for these cans, or hope they're in stock. Don't have to count and stack the cans, or watch the cashier try to multiple 12x3x48 cents with all his fingers and toes. And it's the revenge upon my mailman I've always wanted. Five stars!

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    Todd M.

    We try to keep the cats on grain free dry foods after one had some health issues but they all love canned wet food and Friskies is the most popular… though 9-Lives is also a good one. The Shreds have a lot of liquid at the expense of the meat/fish portion. The Pate’, Bits & Filets are the ones they prefer and that’s all that counts when all six are circling the feet in the morning waiting for their servings. The wet food gives them a little moisture that’s missing in the dry and it’s actually less expensive per serving than the dry foods we are using… including Natural Balance, Merrick & Taste of the Wild. Whatever we purchase… and where it’s purchased… is based on price and it’s often much less here than the food store that’s 40-miles away. We can’t easily by a case anywhere since they are always opened and hard to carry so having them delivered in nice sealed case lots is a real plus. Prices vary widely here and change often but whenever we can the Subscribe & Save program has/is working nicely. The biggest downside is the smell and all the empty cans but we recycle so that helps. No complaints from the consumers so no reason to knock any stars off and we’ll stick to buying here as long as prices are at or slightly under the local prices of about 45-cents per can.

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    Todd M.

    We try to keep the cats on grain free dry foods after one had some health issues but they all love canned wet food and Friskies is the most popular… though 9-Lives is also a good one. The Shreds have a lot of liquid at the expense of the meat/fish portion. The Pate’, Bits & Filets are the ones they prefer and that’s all that counts when all six are circling the feet in the morning waiting for their servings. The wet food gives them a little moisture that’s missing in the dry and it’s actually less expensive per serving than the dry foods we are using… including Natural Balance, Merrick & Taste of the Wild. Whatever we purchase… and where it’s purchased… is based on price and it’s often much less here than the food store that’s 40-miles away. We can’t easily by a case anywhere since they are always opened and hard to carry so having them delivered in nice sealed case lots is a real plus. Prices vary widely here and change often but whenever we can the Subscribe & Save program has/is working nicely. The biggest downside is the smell and all the empty cans but we recycle so that helps. No complaints from the consumers so no reason to knock any stars off and we’ll stick to buying here as long as prices are at or slightly under the local prices of about 45-cents per can.

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    Maria Giacobozzi

    There are twelve jolly purrkies that enjoy this food. My only problem is they lick all the gravy off and look at me with that "more please" message on their faces. I have to shred what's still in the bowl, then they will eat more. What gets me is they don't like pate but will eat this when it's smooshed.. Understanding them is another story :)

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    FJMShopper

    I think the pate varieties of this are the best value. I only buy the pate because you get the most food for your money vs. paying for gravy and flavors. I also think the pate varieties of this are the best value in cat food. They do have some rice, so if I had a diabetic cat I would give it fancy feast or a premium brand that has meat only, but for generally healthy cats who get this for one meal and grain free dry for their other, this is perfect. It does have by-products, but if you've ever watched your cat eat a mouse, they clearly are fine with by-products. They eat everything but the stomachs and the jaws, and if the mouse is small enough they eat the whole head too. I have yet to find a flavor of the pate that that don't like, and I've tried them all, so I watch for sales and buy cases of whatever pate is least expensive. They will eat 9 Lives or Petsmart label, and those are less expensive, but for the small difference in price this is better and they prefer it. If you watch for sales and coupons this is less expensive anyway. I'm feeding five rescue cats, so I've checked this out pretty thoroughly.

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    Janet

    I have 2 male brother cats that have had very sensitive/finicky stomachs from birth. It took a good 9 months in the beginning to find a food they would keep down....ironically after trying virtually all of the brands, including Rx food, regular old Purina cat chow was the winner. I've attempted over the many years to get them on a healthier/more natural food but they have not tolerated any of it. FatCat and Ezra will be 20 years old this year and while FatCat has lived up to his name, Ezra has lost weight. There is nothing medically wrong with either if them thank goodness but in an effort to stop the weight loss and put some back on Ez we decided to see if he would tolerate wet food. Again after trying LOTS of options, the winner was Friskies Country Dinner paté! Ez LOVES it and eats it 4 - 6x a day while still grazing on the dry chow as well. The weight loss has stopped and we've managed to get a bit of weight back on the old fella!! FatCat also LOVES it as well. However, because he is at a very healthy weight already he gets a spoonful, any of Ez's rare leftovers and always licks the plate clean :) I am beyond thrilled to have found my old boys something they really like and their tummies tolerate in Friskies Country Dinner pate! If you have a finicky eater or one with a sensitive tummy I would absolutely recommend trying this out!! Although I would absolutely have paid for whatever brand they liked regardless of price, it is pretty nice my boys don't have expensive taste ;)

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    badwolf

    After my cat, 12 years old at the time, was diagnosed with feline diabetes I struggled finding an appropriate food for her that she would actually eat. The expensive cat food from the vet did not go over well at all. So after a ton of research online, I found an online calculator where you plug in the information from the label and it calculates the percentage of protein, carbs, and fat in the cat food. This particular flavor came up very high in fat and protein, with a low carb count (which is what a cat diet should be!). My research showed that carbs are not good for cats to eat, and unfortunately is used as filler in most cat foods, which is causing an increase in feline diabetes. The bottom line, all my cats love this food. After a year on the Friskies Turkey & Giblets Pate, she lost weight and no longer has the need for daily insulin injections. After telling my vet what I've been feeding her, he told me to stick with it.

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    Todd M.

    I'm not sure why some cat food gets a bad review because a cat doesn't eat it. We have 7 here in our rural home, plus some strays that stop by for a meal, and though they can be finicky they all eat pretty much what we put in front of them when they're hungry. They get fed 3 times a day and canned food is the morning meal so perhaps having nothing out from about 6 PM to 6 AM makes this pretty inviting. We have one cat that's about 17 years old and all she can eat is canned food. I can't say how good it is but at less than 45 cents a can (including shipping) it's less than at the local food store that happens to be about 45 miles away... as is the Vet. We feed them dry food (the grain free expensive kind) for the other 2 meals a day so the canned food is also a bargain.We had a cat develop some urinary problems: bladder stones which restricted her ability to urinate and caused some bleeding and she was trying to urinate all day long to help relieve the irritation. The Vet claimed it was from the poor ingredients in some dry cat food that causes the stones because the cat can't process enough liquid to handle the food. He wanted to put her on a special diet with a Science Diet dry special blend for Urinary Tract and then onto one of their regular formula kibble for life. That seemed a little useless because we were feeding the cats some decent kibble to begin with like Purina One. We did a search and found that it was true that a lot of filler in most dry cat food was grain and that is hard for cats to process. The diet we found involved a home made cat food of grinding up some rabbit and chicken and adding some vitamins. Tried it and it worked but it was a mess to make, rabbit is not cheap or easy to find and it takes up a lot of freezer space. Back to another search and a viable alternative seemed to be canned cat food, with some limitations, and a grain free kibble. The canned food doesn't have as much fillers and the main ones for us are poultry, fish & meat varieties in pâté or gravy form. That's what the cats are on now and the kidney/urinary problem is gone, their coats are nicer, their urine is more, but urinates fewer times, now because they don't have to consume so much water to process the grain feed and they really seem to like what they're eating. We feed them Friskies & 9-lives in the cans and Blue Buffalo Wilderness, Merrick Before Grain, Felidae or Taste of the Wild in dry food. The dry food is getting pricier, the bags are getting smaller and the free shipping deals are disappearing so it's more of a challenge now to get a deal but when we do we buy extra. Can't say enough about how well this new diet seems to be working and any saved trip to a Vet pays for a lot of food.What we're doing is based on the information provided by Lisa A. Pierson, DVM on Making Cat Food (catinfo.org) and she is of the opinion that cats need the bones which makes the grinding process more difficult. We still feed them some kibble because feeding 7 cats, plus some strays, gets pretty expensive. It's a shame packaging is getting smaller and prices do nothing but remain the same or go up. We purchase the Merrick and Wild Buffalo grain free dry foods and the bags are now down to 11 lbs. each. However, when doing the math the canned food is still less expensive per serving. Thanks for your comments.As long as Amazon keeps giving deals on this we'll keep buying it, the cats will keep eating it and that's worth 5 stars... in my opinion. We have Subscribe & Save on some but that'll probably disappear soon since it's heavy to ship and it's recently disappeared on some of the bagged food or the price has gone up significantly. I'm posting this same review to every cat food we purchased rather than editing each to fit the particular brand.Update: it seems the 9-Lives from Amazon that are gravy based seem much dryer than previous purchases. The gravy is almost a gel like substance where the cans from the local stores are still pretty wet. Not sure what's up here but all the cans are well within the date range. If it continues... and the price continues to rise we'll stop buying them and even with 15% off and free shipping they cost more than at the food store... about 10 bucks for a 24-pack is pretty much what we pay at the food store though we will pay a bit more just to have it come in a case.

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    Cathy H.

    The cat food is fine...all my cats love it. My problem continues to be that the box is too heavy!! UPS left this entire order in the carport. (Assume not my regular man). There are 4 cases in a box which is too much. Granted be has a dolly he could have used and brought to my porch as the regular man does. The box with dog treats isn't packed tightly and again too heavy! It also contained 3 cases of cat food! My husband and I are in our 70's and needed to make several trips to unpack boxes to bring the food inside. Again there were several dented cans and at least one which is open that I'll have to throw away. One box had been retailed and the bottom evidently fell out when UPS brought it into t h e carport. Can't you use smaller better fitting boxes?

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    V

    this is a small rescue shelter and we go through many cases of canned food every month, especially for the seniors. needed more and decided to return to friskies pâté because the cats love it. I have inside and outside cats. the friskies works for both, and for my wallet. being able to buy it from amazon is a huge help in terms of being a time, gas, and space saver (since I no longer need to buy fifty cases whenever it goes on sale, locally). everybody seems to like the turkey and giblets pâté, so it'll be on the menu for as long as I can get it from amazon at this price.

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    Observer One

    Unfortunately, my veterinarian tells me this is not a healthy brand. I knew it wasn't since my cat died of poisoning from Friskies a few years back when the Chinese were adding a poison to canned Friskies lower their production costs. Unfortunately, like fast food, it is purposefully addictive and even feral cats give me the look--the one that shows stunned grief at the viciousness of trying to feed them anything but Friskies. I am in the process of mixing in Fancy Feast to gradually get them onto that alternative for their health. The health of my pocket book, not so much, but the point is not sicken them. The cats love this flavor uniformly while various cats don't like various flavors.

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    sandella

    I have a feral cat that I took in a few months ago (when the weather was below 11 degrees below zero).. Shes still inside with me and my other rescued kitty. She seems to only like this brand and it has to be the Chicken and Tuna. My other cat must eat RX food but I give her a teeensy bit of this mixed up in her food and she seems to love it too.

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    Michael Stuart

    This wet food has eliminated our male cat's issues with feline interstitial cystitis. We needed a wet food that was also wheat/corn-free, and affordable. Please note, not all friskies wet food is gluten free, so check labels. Seymour is 3 years old and has not had any more issues with IC for the past 2 years (when we switched him over from a high-end dry kibble). He is athletic, sleek, and has shiny fur. Honestly, I now believe all cats should be on a wet food diet, especially males since they are more prone to urinary tract issues.

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