Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 17
Rated 1 out of 5 by AngryCatMan Projectile Diarrhea
Upon consuming this food all of my cats got severe projectile diarrhea. Because of this i was forced to buy new litter boxes because i could not remove the stains. My cat mr.chubbs proceeded to climb onto the cat tree and projectile diarrhea all over the wall and my bedspread while meowing furiously and attempting to make my flesh "savory shreds" DO NOT BUY THIS FOOD unless you want to replace every surface in your house.
March 15, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kat7 My cats love the shreds cat food.
They refuse to eat other cat food.
February 13, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by catandmouse Great for sick cat!
I've got a cat with a mouth tumor and have had a difficult time finding food that he will eat. He's become very picky and most wet food (and forget hard food) has become difficult for him to eat. We've gone through all types and brands of cat food, expensive, inexpensive, pate, slices, pouch food, etc. But, the Friskies shredded cat food is something he will always eat as long as I rotate through the flavors (because he'll become picky after a couple of days of eating the same flavor food). I recommend this to anyone - it's easy for him to eat and even if he's not wanting to chew the food, he can lick the gravy.
November 14, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by abcd friskies shredded canned cat food
You get what you pay for when it comes to animal nutrition. All the added binders/fillers, by products and colors make this an inferior food. So, it may be inexpensive, but it is certainly not not economical. Food quality reflects on the health, skin, and haircoat of your cat. If you research cat nutrition for yourself, you will learn that cats need high quality protein and less carbohydrates, which is not what this cat food is about.
June 11, 2010