I'm looking for suggestions for cat treats easily available in Canada. Poppy is a picky eater, and she's also fish-sensitive (she gets a running sore on her face when she eats foods containing fish of any kind). So I've become a reader of food labels and we've long since settled on her wet food. I avoid treats containing fish. But I'd like to give her the occasional treat, and Poppy looks for her treats occasionally, too. She loved Temptations, they're readily available here, but I know they're bad for her, so I offered her Wellness Kittles, and she loved those even more. But the chicken or turkey Kittles, when they are in the stores or online, are becoming rare and expensive. There's lots of tuna and salmon Kittles at my local pet food store, but they quickly sell out of the chicken or turkey. (I wrote to Wellness who replied "it's a supply / demand" issue and left it at that.) Last time I checked at Amazon.ca the turkey weren't available, and chicken Kittles were $14 plus shipping for one little package. A little over the budget! I've tried various freeze-dried treats. Poppy ignored all of them. I've tried a few different brands of non-freeze-dried, most recently chicken-flavoured Nutrience. Nutrience is easily got in Canada but Poppy ate a few before deciding she didn't like Nutrience, even tho' they look like / crunch like Kittles. She goes back to the Kittles every time, and I'm on my last bag of chicken Kittles. So. Are Temptations chicken treats really bad? Should I give Poppy no treats at all rather than resort to Temptations treats?