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Meow Mix Seafood Selections Wet Cat Food, Variety Pack, 2.75 Ounces Cup (Pack of 24)

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  • Contains 24 – 2.75 Ounce Cups (8 Tuna & Whole Shrimp, 8 Salmon & Ocean Fish, 8 Tuna & Crab) (packaging may vary)
  • Eight (8) cups of Tenders in Sauce With REAL Tuna & Whole Shrimp, eight (8) cups of Chunks in Gravy With REAL Salmon & Ocean Fish, and eight (8) cups of Chunks in Gravy With REAL Tuna & Crab
  • Tenders in Sauce were previously known as Meow Mix Tender Favorites, and Chunks in Gravy were previously known as Meow Mix Savory Morsels
  • Convenient cups with peel-off lids don′t require a can opener
  • The irresistible appeal of Meow Mix cat food, The Only One Cats Ask for by Name
  • 100% complete and balanced wet cat food

Specification: Meow Mix Seafood Selections Wet Cat Food, Variety Pack, 2.75 Ounces Cup (Pack of 24)

Product Dimensions

5.85 x 8.25 x 6.4 inches

Item Weight

4.12 pounds

Department

Food

Manufacturer

J.M. SMUCKER COMPANY

Item model number

799600

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Specific instructions for use

Nutrition

Batteries required

No

Included Components

24 – 2.75 Ounce Cups

5 reviews for Meow Mix Seafood Selections Wet Cat Food, Variety Pack, 2.75 Ounces Cup (Pack of 24)

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  1. Alicia R

    My kitties are spoiled, but money has been tight lately so we were buying the more “affordable” canned cat foods as of late to try and cut corners on the grocery bills. I was saving a few cents per can, which were bigger than the Meow Mix cups, but the caveat is that the kitties weren’t enjoying the food!

    So even though the portions were bigger, they’d take a few bites and then half of it would dry out in the bowl. A few hours later, the kitties would be meowing like they were hungry agaiin, so I’d eventually open another one! Not only was it wasteful and not saving me money in the long run, I just felt bad knowing that they weren’t enjoying the food.

    I like to be brand loyal and have consistency with my expenses, so I started searching around for a once-and-for-all choice that would work best, and it really didn’t take long for me to land on the meow mix cups. It’s a tried and true brand of cat food that, wet or dry, never disappoints the fur babies and is still easy on my budget. Everyone is happy!

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  2. dolores timmons

    Cats like the flavor however, I believe the portions are a little small for a grown cat.

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  3. ZenAtWork

    Okay, before I start here, I just wanna say: Amazon? Asking me to rate this product’s FLAVOR on a scale of 1-5? Kinda creepy, that.

    So I have a cat, Honey Butter Biscuit (What? He was a 4-week-old we found in front of a Popeye’s in one of their meal boxes, curled up around a still-lukewarm half-eaten drumstick. Don’t you dare judge me).

    Biscuit ate a lot. Like, more than I’ve ever seen a kitten eat. I’ve worked in the shelter system, specifically with problem-case cats, for close on 25 years, so I know of whence I speak, here. That cat would burn through 5-7 full-size CANS of Whiskas a DAY (on a related note: teaching our soft-hearted 12 year-old where said cans were kept? Well, albeit… mistakes were made).

    Then, one day, biscuit, now a year older and substantially-heavier, vanished. We did the sign thing, he was chipped, but either he met something he couldn’t scrap with (like a Buick), he fell into a basement and couldn’t lug his bulk back out, or possibly he got jarred abruptly and simply detonated, spraying the countryside with Whiskas. Point is, we gave up hope.

    Three months later, our still-softhearted-but-now-13-year-old chanced across a litter of 6-week-old kittens living beneath the entrance ramp to the hospital within which my wife is employed. Thus, after homing the other four, Miss Diagnosis, and Mal Practice came to live with us.

    Remembering the last time, our son was cautioned about overfeeding them, for financial reasons as much as anything else.

    The following day, unbeknownst to me, my wife agreed to catsit for one of her patients – a Mr. Byrd – as he went into surgery and the rehab that would follow it. Mr. Byrd, alas, flew the coop, however, when he went AMA from the rehabilitation clinic he’d been admitted to. And so Hitchcock (The Byrd’s cat) joined our still-growing family.

    That was about nine months ago.

    Two weeks ago, we received a call from 4 cities away. A family had been feeding a stray (quite a lot, by reports) for the last few months, who had finally relaxed enough for them to admit him into their home. The father, quite sensibly, didn’t want their other cat catching anything, and brought him to the vet. Who discovered, Lo and Behold! He was chipped.

    Ever driven 75 minutes just to get a Biscuit? I have.

    And the very first thing Big Biscuit did upon arriving home? Ignoring the other three cats’ looks of shocked indignation at this giant intruder (for Biscuit had continued his prodigious expansion during his absence, now tipping scales at 28 lbs, bigger than our other three COMBINED), he marched directly to where we’d fed him all those months prior, pausing only long enough to take a good-natured swipe at our Standard Poodle’s nose, and gave his characteristic mwrowl of demand.

    Anyway, regarding Meow Mix Savory Morsels Wet Cat Food, 2.75 Ounce Cups: this product – or, more-specifically, both its boggling affordability coupled with its empirically-proven acceptability to all four of the gourmand feline food critics that call my house “home” is very likely the only reason MY family and I aren’t OURSELVES living under a ramp in front of a hospital. Granted, we go through 24 of these things every 4 days, so your mileage may vary, but if you want a wet food that the little heathens won’t gripe about, and that enables you and yours to still afford HUMAN food, you can’t do much better.

    Though, piece of advice? Avoid the fish flavors. No clue why, but it’s common knowledge in our household that if fish flavors had been inadvertently purchased and one hears a flushing sound followed by Hitchcock sauntering out of the basement, newspaper tucked beneath his arm, it’s going to necessitate a HazMat team to clean out that box.

    Still can’t speak to the quality of the flavor though. How bout YOU try it and let ME know?

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  4. Taylor

    The smell is terrible but for some reason this specific cat food keeps my outdoor cat coming back instead of being homeless lol.

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  5. Paul D.

    What can I say? It’s cat food. The cat eats it and is thriving so I suppose it works as it should. The peel open plastic cups are very convenient with portions. Pretty much perfect for my small cat. The best feature for me is the “subscribe and save.” I get paid monthly and having a month supply delivered after payday ensures that I never run out.

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