Iams Purrfect Delights Canned Cat Food (Sea You Soon Tuna Dinner)  » Pets  »
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  • I prefer picking up cat food in these smaller cans, despite the value of larger cans (from different brands) because with one cat, there tends to be waste
  • It's nice that there are a moderate amount of stores to get this food at, but I wish Kroger sold it because that's the most convenient grocery store to me
  • The Sea You Soon Tuna Dinner isn't a classic pate in that it appears to be a bit shredded, but it's definitely not like a traditional flaky cat food either because there's more meat and the can is more filled
  • There's a bit of gravy in which the meat is contained which I like because male cats are prone to urinary problems if they don't get enough wet foods
  • I would recommend this canned cat food to others


    • by Melanie Noell

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      I only have one cat, so I try to get him decent quality canned cat food to mix in with his dry food, and I really like the Iams Purrfect Delights brand. They’re a good size, moderately priced, and my cat really loves them.

      I picked up this Sea You Soon Tuna Dinner at Target for about $0.89, which makes this brand of wet cat food in the median price range for its size (3 ounces.) I prefer picking up cat food in these smaller cans, despite the value of larger cans (from different


      brands) because with one cat, there tends to be waste. My cat won’t eat this small-sized can in a single setting let alone a larger can, so it tends to go to waste in the fridge. I’ve seen this cat food brand at pet stores like PetSmart, but I don’t always see it at grocery stores. It’s nice that there are a moderate amount of stores to get this food at, but I wish Kroger sold it because that’s the most convenient grocery store to me. I would also expect to see it priced a bit lower at Kroger!

      The can has an easy open top, and the aluminum is recyclable much like most canned cat food. The can is filled pretty much to the top which I can’t say for some of the cat foods that have chunks as opposed to a pate style food. The Sea You Soon Tuna Dinner isn’t a classic pate in that it appears to be a bit shredded, but it’s definitely not like a traditional flaky cat food either because there’s more meat and the can is more filled. It ...


      • Iams Purrfect Delights Canned Cat Food (Sea You Soon Tuna Dinner)
      appears to be in some type of gravy, and I typically get two servings out of a single can. I hate the smell when I first open the can - it is strongly fishy - but my cat seems to love the smell and taste of it. He comes running, and eats this flavor up faster than any of the chicken or turkey flavored food. There’s a bit of gravy in which the meat is contained which I like because male cats are prone to urinary problems if they don’t get enough wet
      foods. This canned food seems better than pate because the meat is wet and there’s extra gravy to go with the dry food I mix it with.

      Overall, despite the smell, this is one of my top choices when I pick up wet cat food. I like the gravy content, moderate price and that my cat seems to love it. I wish it was more readily available at grocery stores because that’s where I buy my dog food, but it’s worth a trip to Target to stock up on. I would recommend this canned cat food to others.




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