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Featured Cat Treats: Drs. Foster and Smith Seafood Treats


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Seafood Cat Treats
You'll seldom see a cat turn down a few
flaky bits of fish. Likewise, you won't often
Seafood Cat Treats
see one decline a spoonful of "tuna water." Cats love the aroma and the flavor of fish, especially at snack time. Now, you can give her real seafood treats – in four delicious varieties.

Fish delivers the taste cats crave, but it also gives them something they really need – high levels of digestible protein. Some protein sources, such as grains, can be deficient in certain amino acids that are essential for cats. Fish, however, is one of the most digestible proteins for cats, and also has a high amount of usable amino acids.

Certain coldwater fish, such as tuna and salmon, not only have the protein cats require, but they also are a good source of the Omega-3 fatty acids DHA and EPA, which are highly recommended for certain skin conditions. These Omega-3s may also be helpful in reducing the inflammation associated with arthritis.

So, the next time you're looking for a healthy reward for your cat, think "fruits of the sea." Our popular Tuna Flakes are joined by three more real seafood treats to choose from. Each is made from 100% fish or shrimp, with no additives or preservatives. Even finicky cats love to catch this wave!

 

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