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Use for vet appointments, recommend for cat owners
on March 18, 2017
Well, not me personally, but my cat patients love this and if I can get them to stuff their face during a vet visit to my clinic and are too busy feasting to notice me sneaking in a vaccine, then I'm a happy camper and owner's are super happy. I don't personally have cats but from a professional standpoint, this is a nice quality, balanced food, and I ALWAYS recommend canned food over dry food for all cats. I've had two clients in the past few years refuse to allow me to offer this as a treat to their cat at an appointment because some of it is made in Thailand. As a veterinarian with a profound interest in veterinary public health and world-wide infectious disease, yes, there are some scary things going on in fish hatcheries in other countries. Do I have faith in the USDA veterinarians that help inspect and protect animal products and for-animal-products offered in this country, YES. Do I believe Ms Rachel Ray would go down in flames (and outrage) if there was anything ever found to be wrong with one of her many products, YES. Until I have a suspicion, or reason, that this could be unsafe, I am happy to offer it to cats to make them happier when they come into the clinic. These three flavors are a great mix. I'd say kittens tend to be more open to any of the 3 flavors, the chicken and liver wins over patients who aren't into shreds or seafood (has chunks of almost patte), and even a really picky cat may not eat the pieces but will happily lick the juice and base. Now if I could only find food lids that fit these suckers I wouldn't have to battle with saran wrap in between.