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Soup for cats?!

Media Release August 2012

Fancy Feast™ Launches Soup-Er Food For Cats Cats can’t do their own shopping – but if they could, they would undoubtedly choose the new range of FANCY FEAST Royale Broths.

An innovative New Zealand first, these delectable dishes are the only broths available for cats in New Zealand. Each contains a sumptuous mix of premium cuts of fish and real seafood in a silky broth.

Cats will love this treat, it’s the perfect entrée to a meal, or great as a snack, and better yet – increasing fluid intake is great for their health.

However, this is no watery soup: FANCY FEAST Royale Broths are rich and flavoursome, packed full of high-quality fish cuts. The texture and taste combined make for an exquisite experience for your furry friend.

FANCY FEAST Royale Broths come in four delicious flavours: Bonito, Surimi & Anchovies; Tuna, Surimi & Prawns; Tuna, Surimi & Whitebait; and Seabream, Surimi, Sole & Snapper. The quality is so high that you might be tempted to eat them yourself!

This is a revelation in fine feline dining. FANCY FEAST Royale Broths provide a perfect alternative option for a meal, snack between meals or as a topping for dry foods. The FANCY FEAST Royale Broths range is also natural and untampered, with no nasty fillers.

FANCY FEAST continues to explore new ways of bringing your cat the ultimate dining experience. We all love variety in our meals, and we know even the fussiest of cats will love the variety FANCY FEAST Royale Broths brings to their day.

Our cats rely on us to make their choices – don’t disappoint them! Look out for FANCY FEAST Royale Broths in your local supermarket or pet store now.

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