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on June 18, 2016
I have 3 cats. The male will eat anything, and it shows, but the two females can be picky, even the one I rescued from a charcoal pile. Maybe it's because they are girls? Who know. So, no surprise that my male cat loves these. But also, my youngest female cat (the one from the charcoal pile) does as well. 2/3 cats is a good start for my house.

The two female cats have feline herpes, so they have to get a lysine treat every day to help control the virus. The male cat gets one too, because he demands it. I keep all my cat treats in the same drawer in my vanity, and they all come running when the drawer opens. After they get their lysine treat, I'll usually scatter a few of these around as well, since I give it to them right before I leave for the day, and it makes me feel less guilty. The cat who doesn't like these gets a piece of freeze-dried salmon. The two cats gobble these up like they are starving, no matter when I get them. Then they all sniff around near the others to see if there is anything left over. There never is, even though they all make a mess of their food. Also, I used these to train my male cat to sit up and shake. It's very cute, and he enjoys the reward, if not the practice.

I like the resealable container. I have left these out of the drawer before, and the cats will try to knock it around to get inside, but they cannot. I made the mistake of leaving a little bag of treats out, and they just chew through the bag. Great product.
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on September 22, 2016
I had one cat. She was a throwaway kitten that showed up at our mailbox one night crying from hunger. Of course we took her in and 9 years later she is the darling in the house. Turns out she is a Korat cat and beautiful. She decided to bring home a buddy, a male, (she's spayed) and he was about half starved and looked like he'd fought his way through the neighborhood. Of course he's ours now too. We call him Hobo. We feed them well and these treats are some of the best. They love them and definitely know the sound of the tab coming open. He has blossomed into quite the handsome male Tabby and loves us too. We always keep the Temptations on hand and will order more. Besides being a treat they are nutritious also.
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I LOVE the Temptations brand. Not only is this brand of good quality at a reasonable price, but it is the only brand all my cats will eat! (Yes, they are spoiled rotten!) I tried the Catnip Bliss for the first time and my kitties LOVED THEM! My cats don't like the hard treat brands that seem to me more like regular dry cat food than treats. These Temptations have a crunchy outside and softer inside filling. I am so glad that this larger 16 oz. Value Size is available on Amazon as it gets expensive having to buy the individual packs. I don't give my 7 kitties treats very often, but when I do, I give them each a small handful. (Who can give your cat just 1?? SMILE) For example on the price: I can get this size for $7.49 - $7.99 (depending on the flavor). If you get the individual packets (TEMPTATIONS Classic Cat Treat Variety Pack), you get 6 - 3 oz. packs for $10.99 (Total of 18 ozs). So you get 2 oz. more for about $3.00 more. The only difference is that with the 6 pack, you can get 2 packs each of 3 flavors and with the value size it is just one flavor. But there are several different flavors available in the value size. Just depends on what you want. I am very happy with this purchase of the Value Size in both quantity, quality and price!
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on November 12, 2016
Cats approve...we have one OLD kitty that this is all he wants to eat. So we toss in some powered enzymes, probiotics and some small grain free cat food and shake it all up and keep IN this container. The combo of all ingredients he is eating and happy! Grouchy Tom will prob have a few more years thanks to this nummy brand and I love bulk! We buy a few of these a month!!!! Tom says "hey I loves my treatz in my foods"
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on August 15, 2015
My cats think this should be their sole source of food.......
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on April 2, 2016
More correctly, my cat loves them. He's gotten so spoiled with these treats that he whines when I won't let him eat these exclusively. He's even tried to pull a hunger strike so he can have these and other flavors of Temptations as his sole source of food. When he hears the container shake, he comes running, meowing the whole way. I purchased many different flavors and will sometimes line them up and he will stand in front of the container with the flavor he wants or he will just stand by his dish if he doesn't care which flavor he gets. He's like a kid getting a candy bar, when the kid doesn't get much candy. Fortunately, these are formulated to be a healthy food for cats and can be more than just a snack, though more expensive than regular cat food. After these, he turns his nose up at other brands of cat treats and prefers these even over cat nip.
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on September 18, 2017
I had to chuckle when I opened the box this was delivered in. My cat, Sadie, always has to come look in the box . . . then eagerly awaiting till I empty it so she can jump in and lie in it.
Even though the package appears sealed tight, she must have smelled it anyway. At first she just sniffed at it and then the little pill tried to chew the cellophane off that seals the item.
She loves this flavor.
I purchase the 5.3 oz. packets at the grocery store. Figures out to be between .10 to .20 cheaper per ounce that what paid for the small packets.
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on January 27, 2016
My cats love the Temptations treats. The Dairy Flavor is the one they go for with greatest enthusiasm all the time. It is a wonderful convenience getting these treats in the 16-oz canister: it seals tightly and I can see the amount remaining. Also it is economically sound over the small packets. Buying them on Amazon is thrifty, too! And with Amazon Smile I get to support my charity. Win-win here! My cats recommend these treats. I am writing the words on their behalf. And please note because this is very important: although these will supplement your cat's healthful diet, you do not need to worry because they are "100% nutritionally complete and balanced for adult maintenance." So your cat can nosh securely. Temptations are the only treats I give Marlon and Zappy. BTW, Marlon has irritable bowel and he tolerates these treats,
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on October 25, 2016
These are McDonald's Fries for cats. They are probably not good for the kitties but oh the scramble at scatter treat time. The round kind are more fun. Wish we knew more about how Temptations sources the ingredients for these...in the meantime I have to be kinda scroogey at treat time because I don't know enough about these treats. Yet I can't afford freeze dried salmon for my fur babies.
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My cats love these temptation treats. If we can't find where they are hiding, I just bring out the temptation treat bag or box and shake it and they all some a running!. We even have to lock them up because if we don't, the cats will claw the bag open or pull the lid off the box. If you get the catnip version, I highly recommend not giving too much because something about the catnip version actually causes withdrawal symptoms in cats. We were giving the catnip version several times a day, and when we ran out, the next day all our cats experienced runs, and very bad behavioral issues. Ran to the store after looking up the issue and bought a spare bag and just weaned them down off the catnip treats. Soon as I gave them all a few, their symptoms vanished and slowly changed over to the creamy dairy version and have had no issues since. My cats are indoor and very mellow and friendly so it wasn't hard to see when they all were getting bad tempered and sick, that it had to be the catnip treats.
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