Because you care about your cat, you want snacks that contain quality, natural ingredients without grains or artificial colors, flavors or preservatives.
Ocean whitefish, chicken meal, cassava root flour, pea starch, dried egg product, beef fat preserved with mixed-tocopherols, pea protein, natural liver flavor, dried yeast, canola meal, pea fiber, phosphoric acid, sodium bisulfate, salt, Vitamin E supplement, L-ascorbyl-2-polyphosphate (Vitamin C).
Manufactured and guaranteed by: Nestlé Purina PetCare Company, St. Louis, MO 63164 USA
Feed as a treat to your adult cat. This product is a treat and is not intended to be fed as a replacement for cat food. Feed 2 treats for each 1 pound of body weight, not to exceed 10 per day. The caloric intake from treats should not exceed 10% of a cat’s total daily caloric requirement. If treats are given, the amount of food should be reduced accordingly.
Provide your cat with plenty of fresh, clean water daily.
In addition to a nutritionally balanced diet, daily exercise is important.|
For your pet’s health, see your veterinarian regularly.
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Beyond allows me to get outstanding nutrition and tastes delicious. I work hard to keep my full figure. Beyond allows me the freedom to indulge all of my fun food fantasies without compromising my health!
Thank goodness my human KNOWS I value quality.
My older tabby cat is pretty picky when it comes to treats but I got these on a whim just to try and he absolutely loves them. Definitely would recommend especially if your cat is picky
Like all cats, our four have their likes and dislikes, and we hadn't found anything that all of them really like before these treats (well, these and the water from the tunafish can). We had been looking for a grain-free treat, as one of ours has IBS and we are trying to cut down on any possible irritants. So thank you, Purina Beyond, for a pleasing and all-good treat for our furry overlords.
Since my devon rex has been on this food, she has groomed her belly so much that she has lost fur. I am wondering if she is having an allergic reaction to something in this food. I am in veterinary medicine and this is usually a food allergy reaction. I can't imagine what could be in here that would cause this.