08/12/19 | originally published in zooplus.co.uk
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My kitten loves this complete food-it will remain one of his mains as he goes into adulthood :-)

I love that Feringa is complete unlike some other high quality wets like Applaws. Clearly decent meat & no foul/strong smell (litter smell also fine). My kitten's tummy took to it no trouble. Its seasoned & with vegetable which seems to make it tasty and tempt cats who were previously on added sugar/gravy/junk. Only negative is some of flavours are VERY dry so my boy wont eat much in one sitting if given "as comes". This problem has been solved for me though by addin a bit of water to the food.
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
22/10/17 | nta16
catalog.explore.reviews.rating.accessibility.label: 4/5

Poultry a good quality complete food

A good food, this is a complete (rather than complementary / supplementary) moist food that includes a good mix of meat with offal as a thick-pâté with jelly. Not as wet or as much protein, but cheaper, than the Thrive Complete I usually give our cat but the offal content is a good idea in meals so Feringa pouches are perhaps even more complete. Our cat didn’t like this food but I’m sure many others would. A good quality cat food.
22/07/17 | Green V
catalog.explore.reviews.rating.accessibility.label: 4/5

My boys adore the food

My 2 boys and i have been a fan of Ferigna's food for a couple of years now. Recently I have decided to buy the "pounches" instead of the tin version. The boys obviously enjoy the food. I just wonder what makes the pouches a lot more expensive than the tin ones ? I checked the ingridents and all seem to be the same. All in all, I will keep buying Feringa but will only have the pouches when there is a deal. With 2 big hungry cats in the house, i can easily go bankrupt at this rate!