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Fancy Feast Royale (Can)

Fancy Feast Royale (Can)

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  • Highly palatable

  • Uses real meat

  • Variety of flavour options

  • Good portion size


  • Premium price

  • Not suitable for everyday use


22 reviews
    Mrs M.
    Mrs M.Sydney, NSW
    • 21 reviews

    Has Fancy Feast changed owners?My cats won't eat it anymore


    My cats loved Fancy Feast but in the past few months they have gone off the brand, infact it does smell badly now when it did not before so i wasted $50 a fortnight ago because my cats won't eat it now

    Purchased for $48.00.

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    • 4 reviews

    Both my cats suffer diarrhea


    Ive tried different brands and unfortunately this brand gives my two cats very loose stools. They like it but i have to give it to them sparingly

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    • 5 reviews

    "Treat only" food


    I did buy a few tins of FF Royale but was later warned that this food should only be used as a 'treat' for my cat. I think your product label should display on the FRONT "To be used as a treat only" because this food is not 100% complete or balanced for any cat. I prefer to use Fancy Feast Classic range because it is a complete diet and more importantly it contains the LOWEST carbohydrates. Cats do not metabolise high carbohydrates. In fact, too many carbs in their food leads to feline diabetes. I only select diets with the LOWEST carbohydrates.

    Why so expensive.


    All my cats love this product, but as a pensioner i only purcuse it when it is on special for $1 a can and i get it in bulk. i do not understand why city farmers (where i puchase most of the fancy feast royale) sell at special price of $1.39/can but a box of 12 tins at $18.
    Easy to open
    The price


    I want to know why it does not come in 375gr cans

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    Questions & Answers


    What dry and cat foods are suitable for kittens... What age does a kitten become a cat?

    2 answers

    Dry food is a “commercialization” version of pet food nutrition. Dry food is not "species appropriate" nutrition for cats. This is because dry food is a water-depleted diet. Cats normally have a low thirst drive. Dry food is the worst thing to give any cat of any age. You should visit the internet site "FELINE NUTRITION EDUCATION SOCIETY"


    Bob the blenders argument is the equivalent to a smoker living to 90 and cancer free. The response stating dry food is bad for you cat is correct.

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    Fancy Feast Royale by Purina comes in a medley of delicious flavours based on seafood or meat. These include turkey, chicken, beef, tuna, cod, shrimp and whitefish. This product should be used for supplemental feeding as a treat rather than as everyday food as it is not nutritionally balanced. It comes in the form of an easy-to-open can and the food is packed in a highly palatable broth.

    Reviewers thought:

    Reviewers loved the product and rated it highly as their cats ate and seemed to enjoy it a lot, however a point of contention was the high price. Many loved the variety of flavours as there is one to suit every cat’s taste, and it comes in a good portion size.

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