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Discussion in 'Raw & Home-Cooked Cat Food' started by LTS3, Jun 1, 2016.

  1. LadyLondonderry

    LadyLondonderry TCS Member Adult Cat

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    I just remembered that it's March, the month the new varieties were scheduled to debut, and indeed they have! They are: duck, rabbit and whitefish. The whitefish surprised me — my guess was venison. It should have crossed my mind that NN might want to add a fish flavor to their lineup.

    Freeze Dried Cat Nibbles
     

  2. mrsgreenjeens

    mrsgreenjeens Every Life Should Have Nine Cats Staff Member Advisor

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    Darn! My picky eaters don't like any of the new flavors. I was hoping for perhaps lamb or beef, oddly enough. My guys are weirdos. They do NOT like rabbit, nor fish. And they HATE duck (and turkey) :sigh: . Finding food that they will eat is getting harder and harder.
     

  3. lisahe

    lisahe TCS Member Top Cat

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    Whitefish is, indeed, a strange choice!
     

  4. lisamarie12

    lisamarie12 TCS Member Super Cat

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    It's a cheap protein, NN probably figured they could get an additional protein in on a budget, catering to feline fish addicts, sad.
     

  5. lisahe

    lisahe TCS Member Top Cat

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    It is sad! It's that catering to the fish addicts that I find so strange -- I suppose it makes sense in some way but I am just not seeing this one!
     

  6. LadyLondonderry

    LadyLondonderry TCS Member Adult Cat

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    Recently I wanted to add something small to a Chewy order to bring the total up to the free-shipping minimum, so I got a pouch of Simply Nourish freeze-dried whitefish treats. Since Sylvie has few teeth and these are very hard and crunchy, I rehydrated a couple of pieces for her. She wouldn't touch them, and these are 100% whitefish. So I don't see any whitefish-based food in her future!
     

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