March 23, 2015

The Truth Behind Fancy Feast's Broths - A Crime of the Heart

Let's get familiar really fast with Fancy Feast's new broths if you haven't done so already, shall we? See that photo to the left, I received a sample to try about a few weeks ago.

As you know, I'm crazy about samples of products I know and I'm willing to try, but Fancy Feast is not promoting this post in any way or form. This post is just my way of sharing with my readers, products worth trying.
 So inside of the broth package contained a sample of their classic chicken broth as you see in the photo to the right of you.  Once opened, it looks and smells amazing for a cat food. It was served up on a plate,  and came out to be a 1/2 size smaller than the normal cat food paste normally bought as you can see in the photo below on the left.

The victim, err I mean customer, the cat aka "Cassie", sampled the broth first as you can see in the photo on the right.

Then. she decided to get right down to point of business and try out the main source of goodies and sampled the rest.  But I should probably mention for the most part, the broth was the best part of this kitty meal in her opinion.

Finally, after about 5 minutes of chowing down on the fancy feast broth's sample, Cassie had licked the plate clean as you can see in the below on the bottom right.

The Results: She preferred Fancy Feast Broths over recent  tastes of IAMS and Friskies canned cat food.

The Real Question: Is it really worth buying for your cat?

Yes. If your cat won't mind a half less serving of their regular canned cat food and you can afford the price, then yes. By the way, retail at our local area carries it for around $1.25 per package. If you can find it for less, it's worth the splurge.

Joy Smith also known as The Insane Writer, is the author of the Sci-Fi novel, The Generation. She can be found on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Google+ and LinkedIn.

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