Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Fancy Feast®. Ideally Punkin would be writing this review, but since he doesn’t know English and lacks opposable thumbs- I’m acting as his messenger. All thoughts and opinions are mine. Purrs, meows, and happy bowl licking are all Punkin.
Josh and I don’t have kids yet, but we do have a baby.
His name is Punkin Furchild and I love him more than I could possibly describe to you. In the year since we rescued him he has become one of the biggest and best parts of our life. We look forward to coming home and being greeted by his little face at the end of a work day, and waking up with him snuggled up next to us each morning.
He is the sweetest little soul and we love getting to shower him with belly rubs, toys, and treats.
When Fancy Feast® offered to send him some of their new broths I jumped at the chance.
Our little guy is very un-catlike in that there are very few foods he doesn’t like. He is notorious for licking my plate clean after I eat salsa and guacamole. He ate spinach off the floor when I was making my salad for lunch one morning. He loves food. I love that he’s so easy-going about food but at the same time I want to make sure I’m feeding him good food.
Fancy Feast® Broths are a new type of treat for cats that are a mixture of broth, seafood, and veggies. They’re available in eight flavors. Each pack is perfectly portioned and ready to pour and serve. There are no by-products or fillers and the ingredient list is made of up real, recognizable ingredients. You guys know I’m all about eating real, high-quality foods. Why would I want to feed my little guy any differently?
Punky sidled up to the broth while I was taking pictures.
This is likely due to the fact that he saw his bowl. We’re totally crazy and have a bowl and a water glass for him that we keep filled on the table. (The glass has a little cat on it so we know not to drink out of it. This has stopped him from drinking out of our water glasses.) He doesn’t like to eat out of his regular food bowls. They’re at the back of the apartment and he loves to be in the middle of the action and receive pets and ear scratches while he eats. He also likes to mimic what we do. (We totally recognize he’s not normal, but neither are we, so it’s a perfect match.)
We’ve been giving him the broths as an occasional treat and he has been gobbling them up. It has gotten to the point where he sees the package and starts meowing. I think Fancy Feast® has created kitty crack.
This photo was taken immediately after he finished up a broth. If there’s one thing he loves as much as food it’s belly rubs. This is his belly rub begging face. If you go too long without petting him he’ll roll onto his back with all fours up in the air and shimmy from side to side in hopes that showing you the tummy fluff will convince you. It works every time.
Fancy Feast® asked that I share a video with you. It’s super cute.
(I know I’m biased, but I totally think Punkin could give the Purina cat a run for her money. )
If you’re looking for a fun treat for your cat I wholeheartedly recommend this. Its got the excitement of wet food in a less heavy treat form. (Two paws up from him!) And it’s made from ingredients I don’t have to feel bad about giving him. (Two thumbs up from me!)
Questions of the Day: Are you a cat person? What is your cat’s favorite treat? Do you think Purina should hire Punkin to be their new kitty model?
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf Fancy Feast®.