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Q: What do u think of Friskies wet food?

August 7, 2009 | By Selena | 10 answers | Expired: 1855 days ago

Selena

I got a deal on it the other day,20 cans for $9.And i have a 3 month old kitten (i think its her 1st time having Friskies) that so far loves it!!! I like to give her Fancy Feast (and she likes it too) but i was thinking of changing it up a little.Also she is on GREAT dry food,its Innova cat & kitten food.

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Icehorse1
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Aug 09, 2009

we used to give our cats fancy feast,but it was to much trouble to pay for... :P,so we swiched to dry friskies and dont have any problems.when you choose one,lean her on to it,or there is no doubt she'll have at least a bit of trouble. hope it helped

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ashley
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Aug 09, 2009

My cats have almost always ate friskies can food and they love it. They have never gottin sick over it.

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arleen z.
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Aug 08, 2009

My cats will eat it but they seem to throw it up afterwards so i dont buy it

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Ashley
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Aug 08, 2009

I volunteer at an animal adoption center and I used to give friskies wet food a lot but after 3 days they all got sick and threw up so be vigilant with your cat

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Ourstaff
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Aug 08, 2009

The Friskies canned food is like fast food. It isn't that healthy but the cats seem to love it. I give it to my cats as a treat meal and to get them used to different foods. The shredded types have a lot of "gravy" and that can be helpful when I am trying to get a kitten started on solid food (the formula mixes in without having to add water). If you balance the cheaper foods with a better quality your cats should be okay

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Katie M.
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Aug 08, 2009

I feed my cat friskies and he loves it, I don't see anything wrong with it.

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Gail S.
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Aug 08, 2009

I feed my 3 cats Friskies canned food. They are age 4, 13, and 14. My 2 seniors get checked by the Vet. every year and have been very healthy. My vet. has not advised me to switch to a higher quality food and the cats seem to love Friskies. I also keep dry food down all day and feed my cats greenies treats for tartar control. I bought a powered nutritional supplement at the pet store which I mix into the friskies canned food every other night.

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jackie
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Aug 08, 2009

people have mixed feelings on the lower quality foods. But I have 2 cats who has been on friskies and 9 lives all theirlives they have never been sick a day in their lives.And today they are 17 and13 years old. years ago we had a dog growing up ate mighty dog that dog to was never sick and he to lived to be an old man.I have 7 dogs who were getting the premium foods I found out by blood woork because they were getting sick that 3 of the 7 were getting crystals in the urine. They were on a higher end premium foofd My vet told me to get them off and put them on purina one for seniors. Its been about a year and half now and no problem. I also have a teacup poodle who had cronic constipation. She was on a premium food.she was so bad no medication worked. She was facing surgery. anyway I ran out of her food so I picked up a pedigree can and she started pooping again. She healed and didnot need that surgery.and other than that she has never been sick a day either and she is 9 years old Now she is on purina one with the rest of the dogs. So the cheaper brands do work for me. By the way my cats love friskies but I like to give them the dry formula for their teeth.

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Norrie
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Aug 08, 2009

I feed my 3 1/2 mo. old kittens Iams dry food, which they love, I bought a case of Iams wet food too when I first brought them home but they only ate a few cans of it. As kittens or even young cats, they need high nutrition to grow properly.

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Sheltervt
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Aug 07, 2009

the dry food you are feeding is GREAT, but your canned food choices are REALLY low quality. Friskies and Fancy Feast are both made with orribly, low quality meats, fillers, and allergens.

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