Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Tuna Tuesday

Trader Joe's Tuna For Cats
I do not have a photo of Sweetie, Patty O'Malley and Aries eating their tuna...because they eat it up so FAST!  We only give it to them once in awhile, as it's not balanced with vitamins and stuff like regular canned food. Have always kept a can or two of cat tuna around, should I ever have to do a feral/stray cat trapping, and stinky foods work well for that.  But in order to keep my stock fresh, there must be rotation, and the 'O' cats reap the benefits!

Trader Joe's markets near us have Tuna For Cats for $.59 for a 5.5 oz. can. That's a good price, in my mind, and now they have pop-tops; just a few months ago you had to get out a can opener.  I manage to feed three cats from one can, but I know they would all like MORE!  Angel and Chuck are out of luck, due to Chuck's digestive issues.

11 comments:

  1. actually, it does meet all of the AAFCO guidelines for a complete diet..

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    1. Cool! Appreciate the information! That means more tuna for the o's!

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  2. I've never seen tuna marked for cats--that's good!

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  3. We bet those kitties love food rotation days ;)
    Yes, that is a great price.
    In Canada, small tins like that are .99 or more
    depending on brand. We have never seen those cans :/
    Purrs Georgia and Julie,
    Treasure and JJ

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  4. That is a great deal and Trader Joes has good stuff.

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  5. now thiz iz what we call grate dinin! ❤️❤️❤️

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  6. Wow, I've never seen tuna can for kitties before!

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  7. Cats really do love tuna...and salmon, too! And I agree with you, it isn't good for them to have often, as the magnesium and ash content are very high, which can contribute to FUS...feline urologic syndrome.

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  8. Cats really do love tuna...and salmon, too! And I agree with you, it isn't good for them to have often, as the magnesium and ash content are very high, which can contribute to FUS...feline urologic syndrome.

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