KONG Soft Moist Cat Treat

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KONG Soft Moist Cat Treats are made with no wheat, corn or soy. Contains no animal by-products, or harmful preservatives or colorants, making these tasty treats perfect for anytime. Features: Great for stuffing KONG toys Food Type: Treat Life Stage: All stages Flavor: Variety of flavors; Duck and Whitefish Primary Ingredient: Duck; Duck and Whitefish; Whitefish Package Weight: 2.75 oz Warning: For supervised use only. Choose a chew slightly bigger than your dog's mouth. Remove any pieces or fragments. Remember to have fresh drinking water for your pet. Directions: Feed as a treat or reward. Ingredients for Whitefish: White Fish, Chicken, Vegetable Glycerin, Cultured Dextrose, Taurine, Cranberries, Blueberries, Mixed Tocopherols (a Natural Preservative) Ingredients for Duck: Duck, Chicken, Vegetable Glycerin, Cultured Dextrose, Taurine, Cranberries, Blueberries, Mixed Tocopherols (a Natural Preservative) Guaranteed Analysis: Crude Protein Minimum 28.0% Crude Fat Minimum 10.0% Crude Fiber Maximum 2.0% Moisture Maximum 21.0%

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Andrea G.
Mount Wolf, PA
71 reviews
I often purchase new treats that my cat hasn't had. He's an older 16 year old finicky cat so I try to change things up often. He LOVES cat treats, but he wasn't interested in these, which is rare. He was interested in them for about a day, but wouldn't eat them again after that. It could just be my old boy just being finicky so I don't know if other cats would eat these or not. I guess that isn't too helpful. :P
I often purchase new treats that my cat hasn't had. He's an older 16 year old finicky cat so I try to change things up often. He LOVES cat treats, but he wasn't interested in these, which is rare. He was interested in them for about a day, but wouldn't eat them again after that. It could just be my old boy just being finicky so I don't know if other cats would eat these or not. I guess that isn't too helpful. :P
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