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Best Quality, Least Expensive First Wet Food for Diabetic Cats

Fancy Feast Grilled Seafood Variety Pack, 24 - 3 Oz. Cans

When first diagnosed with diabetes, Fancy Feast Classic canned foods are the most likely to be recommended by your vet because they are high protein and contain no grain, no wheat gluten (allergies), and no carbohydrate (unless you buy the varieties with gravy).  This pate consistency seafood comes in three varieties, and is the best quality for the cost of all wet foods for your diabetic cat(s).  Because the cans are small, you will have little to no waste.  You can use 1/2 can per feeding then refrigerate the rest until the next feeding.  Be sure to buy only the "classic" (original recipe) varieties with no gravy  diabetic cats.  There are starch thickieners in the gravy, and remember that starch converts to sugar - definitely not recommended for diabetics.  Other Classic varieties include the Poulty (chicken and turkey) and Beef Feast variety pack plus other flavors in individual cans only.

 

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List Price: $19.94
Sale Price: $13.59
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Description

Fancy feast gourmet cat food, variety pack , 24-count cans lets you feed an average size adult cat 1 can per 3 pounds of body weight daily. Feed up to twice this amount to kittens. Pregnant or nursing cats may require two to four times their normal feeding. Refrigerate unused portion.

Features

  • Variety pack of 24-count cans
  • Produced in U.S.A.

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 Best Quality, Least Expensive First Wet Food for Diabetic Cats
 Best Quality, Least Expensive First Wet Food for Diabetic Cats MaryAnn.Cessna (28 Posts)

Mary Ann is an expert in nutrition and obesity who has been dealing with feline diabetes for four years. A retired university professor with 35 years experience teaching Food and Nutrition, she is also a life-long cat lover who played with the dairy farm barn cats as a child. Her two indoor male orange tabbys are her "grandsons".


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