Restaurant style recipes inspired by Italian cuisineFlorentine Fancy Feast cat food includes tasty greens like spinachIncludes four cans of each of the three varietiesGreat for serving alternately or in combination with dry formulasCanned cat food features flip top cans for convenient serving100% complete and balanced
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62 out of 64(97%)reviewers recommend this product.
I have 3 cats. 6 mo, 6 years and 13 yrs. They all love the fancy feast line. None of them will eat Sheba. The "Gravy Lovers" line from FF is another favorite. and I round it out with classic FF (not wanting them to have all gravy meals). They always have a bowl of quality dry food too. They LOVE the FF dry! Years ago our dying 17 year cat was given this for a last meal, after having turned down all offers, even baby food. She not only ate it - she lived to 20 years old - eating nothing but fancy feast! We have never switched brands and our next kitty lived to age 20 also! It's expensive, but we're not switching after the great luck our pets have had with it over many, many years.
My cats love the variety packs from Fancy Feast. I buy a variety pack because they are so finicky they tire of the food quickly so I like to switch it up. They love tuna but I want them to eat other foods too. They love the chicken and the turkey meals in this pack so I buy it every time. I like to buy this and a variety pack of tuna flavors. They love the gravy and the vegetables in it, too. In fact, the gravy is a big hit and sometimes they fight over who gets to lick up the last bowl. They chow down the gravy even if they aren't hungry enough to eat the meat. So this one is a favorite with me.
I get these 3 flavors in Florentine ONLY. Other flavors or "styles" do not go over. Been buying this trio repeatedly, either by the individual case or as the mix like here. This is their evening "treat" dish. I share 2 cans between 5 cats! :) Either first or 2nd ingredient is muscle meat; protein level is good, ash level is low. PS: They hate the salmon, or most fish other than tuna; and my guys won't eat "pate.". Their main food is dry lite.
I have two fussy cats and when the fancy feast elegant medleys came out we tried every one and monitored which ones they liked and which ones they disliked. The winning two were the Primavera (all three - chicken, tuna and turkey) and the Florentine (all three - chicken, tuna and turkey). So we are delighted that they come packaged with all three together. Thanks.