Good and bad..... You have to be careful with any topical flea medication, even ones as expensive as Advantage. One cat out of three in my household has a bad reaction to their products, even the slower release topical collar they created a couple years ago. The reactive cat loses his hair and it will burn his skin. He has still not after 2 years grown his hair back in the application area. I generally once use this product once or twice a year on my indoor cats that do not react if fleas get into the house. For those with a flea infestation, this will be your best bet and a must have item. However, be sure to monitor your cat for several hours after applying and immediately give them a bath to wash the product away if any reaction.
I use Friskies products to feed feral cats. Canned food is very important for cats, especially in the winter but very expensive. So while I do not feed this to our indoor cats, it has been a staple in TNR programs that need to feed a high volume of food to cats at an affordable price. Most friskies products contain a fair amount of gravy but the pate is denser which means you get more actual food in the can vs gravy (more economical!). Many picky cats will not like the pate, even ferals so mixing it with one of their treasure or gravy options can entice them and still save costs.
Great texture and bite size for cats. This is a pure chicken item so good for a cat with allergies to certain ingredients but can still have chicken. All of my cats like these treats and I prefer these over their seafood treat options, as fish shouldn't be overly given to cats. I would consider this a treat even picky cats would like.
Ox Bow carries the best food for small animals. The ingredients are high quality and they seem to be preferred over block food in terms of taste. This is a great base food for your little ratty friends. I purchase in the 15lb size and store for my 3 rat friends.
I have a senior cat who eats several flavors of Triumph for about 4 years. She eats an all canned food diet which is best for a cat, I was able to portion control her, she was obese when I adopted her and she was able to lose 7lbs over 3 years. This food is good quality at an economical price for feeding all canned food to a cat. The texture of this food is pate with minimal gravy, so its good bang for your buck but some cats may not like that it is not chunky. If your on a budget and need good quality food I recommend, if your cat is picky try mixing in and making your own natural gravy to add or top with freeze dried meat.
My favorite flavor is the Cesar but I got these in my vox box and they are just as good. The seasoning is light and not overall salty. There is really no bad point to this snack other than me eating a whole bag in one sitting. I know they are suppose to be a little healthier but since I eat a whole bag I guess that's moot. I prefer them to potato chips, they are a must have in the snack pantry. They are also inexpensive, we food shop at Walmart and our local store always had them.
My dogs love these treats but I am pretty sure they are still made in China which is really disappointing since many chicken treats from there have had a lot of recall issues. I haven't seen a recall on them, but I did stop buying. Some of their other products are made in USA, they should do the same for these. I have little dogs so these are perfect size, I would pay a little more if they changed it.
These are great training treats. They are "high value" to dogs for their strong smell and soft texture. Easy to break up and give a little piece and small in size. If you have a "picky" dog they will like these. Always #1 with the fussy ones. I also appreciate that it is made in the USA, overall all of Cloud Star treats are great.