The kitties here tried out Tiny Tiger™ canned cat food of the paté chicken variety. Around here, the kitties will only eat paté food, and their preferred flavor is typically chicken. So, this already sounded sort of promising.
Now, the kitties around here are notorious for being all shades of picky. So, I always cross my fingers and toes when I call them in to try a new food. When it came to this Tiny Tiger™ canned food, I did draw in a couple of curious (and incredibly blurry) felines.
Truth be told, though, the only furbaby around here who was impressed with this food was, well, the dog.
While the kitties around here might not have taken to Tiny Tiger™ canned paté food in chicken, that doesn't mean other kitties out there won't. If you think you know a kitty who might like this, do give it a try. As for us, we'll either be feeding it to our neighbor cat or the strays and ferals who sometimes come our way, or donating it to a local shelter.
(Disclaimer: As members of the Chewy.com Blogger Outreach Program, we received Tiny Tiger™ canned paté cat food in chicken in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are our own. We only review products that we believe will be of interest to our readers, and we never recommend a product that we do not believe in.)
Have a tasty Tuesday, friends!
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Our Tip of the Day:Today's disaster preparedness tip is actually instead related to what might occur after a disaster. Just as with humans, cats and dog might show signs of anxiety or other behavioral changes after going through something frightening or tragic. Especially if they are taken away from their home, separated from family even briefly, or in any other way experience a change in their familiar routine, a cat or dog might start displaying behavioral changes. After a disaster or emergency, even after you find yourself safe, always keep a close eye on your furbaby. They may begin showing signs of separation anxiety, or even uncharacteristic aggression. If you do notice any such signs, do not hesitate to discuss the issue with a veterinarian. Products such as calming synthetic pheromones might help an anxious furbaby, but sometimes more potent medications or treatments might be required to help them cope with their post-traumatic stress. Therefore, always keep a close eye on your kitty or pup, especially after they experience any emergency situation, and do not hesitate to seek professional assistance if they begin displaying any concerning behavioral or health issues.