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Shelly of Elyria, OH on Feb. 17, 2017Satisfaction RatingWe have been feeding our cats Temptations for years with no problems till recently when I noticed one of our cats, (a female) threw up 20 minutes after eating her treats. Which is highly unusual for her. There was one day prior to the puking event that, that she turned her nose up to eating her treats which was odd and I figured it was the Mixed flavored Temptations that she just did not care for. I got her the Turkey flavored ones instead. She ate these but puked 20 minutes later so it was then that I went out and bought a different brand of treats because I feared there might be something wrong with the Temptations brand. Everything was fine. No puking for a week while I fed her a different brand of treats until I gave them Temptations turkey treats again. She refused to eat the Temptations again. And again within 20 minutes after eating the treats one of our other cats threw up. After this experience I decided to do some research and found this site with all sorts of reviews similar to what we had been experiencing.Helpful?YesNo
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Temptations Cat Treats Addictive

We have been feeding our cats Temptations for years with no problems till recently when I noticed one of our cats, (a female) threw up 20 minutes after eating her treats. Which is highly unusual for her. There was one day prior to the puking event that, that she turned her nose up to eating her treats which was odd and I figured it was the Mixed flavored Temptations that she just did not care for. I got her the Turkey flavored ones instead. She ate these but puked 20 minutes later so it was then that I went out and bought a different brand of treats because I feared there might be something wrong with the Temptations brand. Everything was fine. No puking for a week while I fed her a different brand of treats until I gave them Temptations turkey treats again. She refused to eat the Temptations again. And again within 20 minutes after eating the treats one of our other cats threw up. After this experience I decided to do some research and found this site with all sorts of reviews similar to what we had been experiencing.Helpful?YesNo
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Temptations Cat Treats Addictive

We have been feeding our cats Temptations for years with no problems till recently when I noticed one of our cats, (a female) threw up 20 minutes after eating her treats. Which is highly unusual for her. There was one day prior to the puking event that, that she turned her nose up to eating her treats which was odd and I figured it was the Mixed flavored Temptations that she just did not care for. I got her the Turkey flavored ones instead. She ate these but puked 20 minutes later so it was then that I went out and bought a different brand of treats because I feared there might be something wrong with the Temptations brand. Everything was fine. No puking for a week while I fed her a different brand of treats until I gave them Temptations turkey treats again. She refused to eat the Temptations again. And again within 20 minutes after eating the treats one of our other cats threw up. After this experience I decided to do some research and found this site with all sorts of reviews similar to what we had been experiencing.
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Temptations Cat Treats Addictive

Louise of Cambridge, ON on Jan. 1, 2017Satisfaction RatingI have been feeding my cat Whiskas and have had no problems. I even give her the Temptations Treats and have had no problems but I give them to her rarely. I came across this site by accident and started reading the comments and I’m horrified by what I have been reading about the Temptations Treats. I have 2 packs of this left and I’m throwing them out. Not going to take a chance and poison my cat. I remember a few years ago when there was a pet food recall because the pet food companies were getting one of the ingredients from China. If I remember it was the gluten. I’m pretty sure that is what killed my last cat since we were feeding her Fancy Feast and that was one of the foods on recall. China has little if no standards so why do companies buy from them? It’s gotten to the point you don’t know what is good and what isn’t. Any food that poisons your pet should not be on the market, so why is it? Now I’m wondering if I should stop feeding my cat any Whiskas food. I have wet and dry Whiskas and my cat likes it. I’ve just read also that a lot of the foods that vets recommend aren’t that good either. Seems that the best diet for cats is a raw diet which means raw meat but I can’t afford that and I’m not sure about raw meat either. The article said even raw pork. I wouldn’t eat undercooked pork myself since I always heard that you can get tape worms from that so I wouldn’t feed raw pork to my cat. My cat isn’t much for people food either so now I’m in a dilemma of what to feed my cat. I know a lot of pet food has what they call crude protein. What the heck is that? Meat byproducts which means it’s crap. I’m starting to think I will have to start cooking for my cat. I’m not comfortable with the raw meat idea and I doubt my cat would eat raw meat. She doesn’t even like steak. She does love real turkey though. If anyone has any suggestions, I would appreciate it. You can message me on my Facebook account at **.Helpful?YesNo
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Temptations Cat Treats Addictive

I have been feeding my cat Whiskas and have had no problems. I even give her the Temptations Treats and have had no problems but I give them to her rarely. I came across this site by accident and started reading the comments and I’m horrified by what I have been reading about the Temptations Treats. I have 2 packs of this left and I’m throwing them out. Not going to take a chance and poison my cat. I remember a few years ago when there was a pet food recall because the pet food companies were getting one of the ingredients from China. If I remember it was the gluten. I’m pretty sure that is what killed my last cat since we were feeding her Fancy Feast and that was one of the foods on recall. China has little if no standards so why do companies buy from them? It’s gotten to the point you don’t know what is good and what isn’t. Any food that poisons your pet should not be on the market, so why is it? Now I’m wondering if I should stop feeding my cat any Whiskas food. I have wet and dry Whiskas and my cat likes it. I’ve just read also that a lot of the foods that vets recommend aren’t that good either. Seems that the best diet for cats is a raw diet which means raw meat but I can’t afford that and I’m not sure about raw meat either. The article said even raw pork. I wouldn’t eat undercooked pork myself since I always heard that you can get tape worms from that so I wouldn’t feed raw pork to my cat. My cat isn’t much for people food either so now I’m in a dilemma of what to feed my cat. I know a lot of pet food has what they call crude protein. What the heck is that? Meat byproducts which means it’s crap. I’m starting to think I will have to start cooking for my cat. I’m not comfortable with the raw meat idea and I doubt my cat would eat raw meat. She doesn’t even like steak. She does love real turkey though. If anyone has any suggestions, I would appreciate it. You can message me on my Facebook account at **.Helpful?YesNo
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Temptations Cat Treats Addictive

I have been feeding my cat Whiskas and have had no problems. I even give her the Temptations Treats and have had no problems but I give them to her rarely. I came across this site by accident and started reading the comments and I’m horrified by what I have been reading about the Temptations Treats. I have 2 packs of this left and I’m throwing them out. Not going to take a chance and poison my cat. I remember a few years ago when there was a pet food recall because the pet food companies were getting one of the ingredients from China. If I remember it was the gluten. I’m pretty sure that is what killed my last cat since we were feeding her Fancy Feast and that was one of the foods on recall. China has little if no standards so why do companies buy from them? It’s gotten to the point you don’t know what is good and what isn’t. Any food that poisons your pet should not be on the market, so why is it? Now I’m wondering if I should stop feeding my cat any Whiskas food. I have wet and dry Whiskas and my cat likes it. I’ve just read also that a lot of the foods that vets recommend aren’t that good either. Seems that the best diet for cats is a raw diet which means raw meat but I can’t afford that and I’m not sure about raw meat either. The article said even raw pork. I wouldn’t eat undercooked pork myself since I always heard that you can get tape worms from that so I wouldn’t feed raw pork to my cat. My cat isn’t much for people food either so now I’m in a dilemma of what to feed my cat. I know a lot of pet food has what they call crude protein. What the heck is that? Meat byproducts which means it’s crap. I’m starting to think I will have to start cooking for my cat. I’m not comfortable with the raw meat idea and I doubt my cat would eat raw meat. She doesn’t even like steak. She does love real turkey though. If anyone has any suggestions, I would appreciate it. You can message me on my Facebook account at **.

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