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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful.
A former orphan's first choice
By Paula A. Larocque
Our kitty Posey, whom we brought in from the wild 8 months ago, loves this food and is thriving on it. She is my first cat ever, and I want very much to erase the cruelties of her awful days as a stray. I spent weeks looking for a wet food she would love every time and for the long-term. Primavera is it. I buy it in all its flavors, and she gobbles it up every morning. She also gets Blue dry food daily, but Fancy Feast Primavera is her primary food.
81 of 83 people found the following review helpful.
For the discerning kitty palette...
By L Sutton
First off, let me tell you a few things about my cat and wet food: 1) On a good day he licks up the juice and leaves the chunks; 2) He refuses to eat pate; 3) He will love it on Monday and hate it on Tuesday; 4) He has a delicate digestive system; 5) He can sniff out medicine in wet food like a hunting dog tracking a deer.
Having said all of those things, none of them apply when using this wet food. He loves the Elegant Medleys (only the ones in delicate sauce) and he will eat every last drop of it. I mix his powdered medicine in his food daily and he still eats it! Also, he has yet to get tired of the three flavors and none of them upset his stomach. For the picky kitty, I definitely recommend this food!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful. See all 730 customer reviews...
Appropriately fancy for high society feline.
Please note I write this reply in lieu of Mephisto, who, despite repeated efforts, cannot type.
He notes that the shredded texture is a nice break from the usual pate of other foods, and adds a variety to his diet beyond flavor alone. The amount of sauce is perfect, and when added to his dry kibble makes the food a bit easier on his teeth, a situation he assures me is quite common among senior cats and does not diminish his ferocity nor refinement.
He would further like to note that he appreciates the careful consideration put into the pull-top lid, for he finds the pop-crescendo-click of it's opening to be a musically appropriate overture to the meal.