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Fussie Cat Premium Grain-Free Canned Wet Food Variety Bundle - 2.8 Oz. - Tuna with Chicken, Tuna with Shrimp, Tuna with Oceanfish, Tuna with Salmon, Tuna with Mussels, and Tuna with Prawns (12 Pack)

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Product Review


Joan M Kay

My cat had stopped eating I tried everything and this did the trick

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Lynda Wood

Great product, but can is extremely hard to open

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Linda Cruz

My cats love this stuff.

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Rosemary Jaswa

Cats love it

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Kindle Customer

This is the only food my cat will eat. So nice to have it delivered.

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Guest

My cats love fissile cat!

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Lee

My picky cats love this quality food.

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Michael J. Monsos

Our cat loves this cat food and she's a picky eater.

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Guest

My very very fussy kitty usually likes this food. (She won't eat the same thing two days in a row however). But when she eats it she eats all of it. This is expensive but it is always consumed. What a relief!

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Kelly Lindquist

I have a lot of cats and they all absolutely love ❤️ this food it’s definitely a hit 😊

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Coral Carlson Creative Exposures

My cats love this stuff and I haven't found a flavor they won't eat. My cats used to eat any food but in their elderly years they have become very picky, thanks Fussie Cat!

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paulaleg

I don't like it but my cat's do. I like to get a variety of a new food so that I can see what my cat's will like and this variety pack was great. My cat's liked most of the flavors but their favorite was tuna and prawns. It's expensive food but if they eat it it's worth it.

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Linda K.

I have used Fussie Cat food for years . It is more expensive than other brands but if you have a kitty that won't eat please try this!! They will love it!

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lulai

Almost sorry I started buying this...now my cats don't want to eat anything else, and Fussie Cat isn't exactly the cheapest cat food on the market. Still, they are my "babies" so I spoil them

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malia

OMG! My cats LOVE this....after a LOOONG search I found Fussie Cat. My cats even know the name "Fussie Cat". One of them makes a sound like he is saying "For me?!" at dinner time because he loves it so much. Every single one is yummy....ok TBH...the chicken and veggies is NOT quite at the top of the list....but that is still acceptable. The dry food, however, is the most disgusting stuff on earth, apparently...They would rather starve and spend any extra energy to beg for treats.

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lala53

From my 18-year-old to my 2 new rescues...it's confirmed. Fussie Cat food smells delicious and must taste delicious because their bowls don't even look like there was any food in them 10 minutes after I serve it. I get the 1 with the aspic (not pumpkin or gravy) and mix it up really good and voila! It's eating time! I have wasted more money tossing nearly every other food brand, except Fussie Cat and Royal Chain. So it's worth it, it's healthy, it doesn't have junk in it, and BIG THING...if any does remain in the bowl...hours later it is still SOFT...not hard as a rock like other foods. So I'm sold...and this was a pet emergency and I got it the SAME GOSH DARN DAY!!!! Love everyone!!!!

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Guest

I have an elderly cat who is 18. She is supposed to be on a kidney diet, but has decided she wants to eat nothing but human baby food. I’ve tried everything to get her to eat cat foods. I’ve spent hundreds. This food is the only cat food she will touch. But one of the varieties freaked me out. It had actual whole dish in it-eyeballs and heads and everything. Sardines, I think? Well I wasn’t expecting it and it took me by surprise. She still ate it though. Ew for me, but good for her!

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LN

My cats love this as a treat. They are both on prescription kidney diet and these are something I give once in a while and they just gobble it up. My vet does not want me to feed this regularly but as a treat she does not mind. I mix in a powder that supports his kidneys in, so I do not think it is that bad. IF your cat does not have any dietary restrictions, this is a higher quality brand to try. Make sure you consult your vet before feeding any new brand,

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J. Lam

My parents cat is nearing the end of her time with us. She has become extremely picky about what she will eat, often eating one or perhaps two cans (really only partial cans) of any brand before abandoning it forever. We've tried dozens of flavors by at least 20 different brands this summer and the longest lived lasted through four cans before being soundly rejected. I've been scouring the internet for months trying to find something both healthy and yummy for her. I stumbled on Fussie Cat a couple weeks ago. The first time she tried this food she devoured the whole can in less than one hour (very fast for her). I gave her another can and went to bed. When I woke up, that whole bowl of food was licked clean too. She's now eating about 1.5 cans per day, which is at least 1 can more than we were averaging, on a good day, just a few weeks ago. I don't know if this miracle will last, but I'm going to ride this wave as long as we can.My own two cats enjoy this food too, but they are far less picky than my parents cat. They've also been enjoying the variety of leftover cans from my parents cat.

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A.C. Doyle

This cat food is Cuthbert approved. He is really not that "Fussie" - as a matter of fact, he's a bit of a piggie eater - but he loves this stuff. I alternate it with other brands so he doesn't get tired of it (I know - pathetic - you should see what I cook for my dog) Anyway, this stuff is a bit pricey but if it keeps Cuthie healthy and saves a vet bill or two, it's well worth it.

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