A tempting assortment of your cat’s favorite poultry flavours, plus a smooth, pleasing texture will have her eagerly anticipating mealtime every day.
368 g can
Turkey, poultry by-products, water sufficient for processing, meat by-products, liver, fish, rice, artificial and natural flavors, guar gum, minerals, carrageenan, salt, mono and dicalcium phosphate, choline chloride, taurine, vitamins. D-6057-C368
Made in the USA. Nestlé Purina PetCare Canada, 2500 Royal Windsor Drive, Mississauga, ON L5J 1K8
Friskies Pâté Poultry Platter is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Cat Food Nutrient profiles for growth of kittens and maintenance of adult cats.
Feed adult cats 21 - 28 g (3/4 - 1 oz.) per 0.45kg (1 lb.) of body weight daily. Divide into two or more meals. Kittens need up to twice as much food as adult cats and should be fed all they will eat two to three times daily.
REFRIGERATE UNUSED PORTION.
Calorie Content (calculated)
I have bought alot of different cat food as I own over 20 of these beautiful creatures and nothing matches the Pate Poultry for my cats They Love It!!
This is a great food for diabetic cats, my cat loves it and cleans his bowl every time.
At 2 years old his Vet. said I must watch his weight. I have used Purina dog food products for over 60 years, I researched the The Purina ONE Smart Blend healthy weight formula and that is what I was more than satisfied with. My dog has been on this food for over 5 years. He is doing great in weight control. Thank you Purina
Since we adopted our two cats 9 years ago, Poultry Platter has been their absolute favorite. We have tried many choice wet and dry foods over the years, but they always discarded them and went happily back to Poultry Platter. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
LucyLu has been on this for 8 years but does not like the turkey in it, she picks it out and puts it on the floor. I wish they had this brand without the turkey, chicken or beef.
I am giving this 3 stars because my cats do love the taste - but my concern is why is fish listed in the ingredients on a couple of the poultry-named recipes?
This can be a concern for those cats with sensitivities to fish and also (as in my case) ones with thyroid issues that need to avoid fish. The name is misleading as I try to always buy non-seafood varieties. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]