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    Posted: 20 Apr 2008 at 12:02am
Ok, I kinda like the new ad with the cats thinking their keeper is trying to play "charades" with them, and trying to guess what she's saying. When she starts talking sweet to them, they guess, "Crazy?".

I also sort of enjoy that one where the cat hires a bloodhound "detective" to try to find her litter box, although it bothers me that they never actually find the litter box.
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I love that GORGEOUS white, fluffy "Fancy Feast" kitty.   Those cans are awfully small though for a big cat's appetite.  I swear I heard my cat call it "Fancy FAST" behind my back.  LOL
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Originally posted by Spicy_Meatball Spicy_Meatball wrote:

I love that GORGEOUS white, fluffy "Fancy Feast" kitty.   Those cans are awfully small though for a big cat's appetite.  I swear I heard my cat call it "Fancy FAST" behind my back.  LOL
LOL!My 17-year-old cat eats Fancy Feast. But I give him 1/2 can at a time.  Sometimes it'll be gone within a few hours, but sometimes it sits there and gets icky.  But he LOVES dry food, so it's not like he's starving (hardly).
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Take a trip in the way-back machine with me: was Fancy Feast the one served in a raised crystal dish, to a fluffy persian cat?
 
I wonder if, after the camera was gone, the cat took blobs of food and dropped them on the floor only to eat them ~there~ like my cats have always done.
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Originally posted by Spicy_Meatball Spicy_Meatball wrote:

...Those cans are awfully small though for a big cat's appetite...  I
...it wasn't near enough for my kids, either. If it was payday weekend and they were good, I'd give 'em two cans each.
Chicken was their favorite...
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The first one you're talking about is for Tidy Cats (What seems like long ago used to called Tidy Cats 3 and used to come in a cardboard box.) It is indeed funny and cute since they don't have that creepy CGI animation with the mouths when they 'talk'. (Thank GodCrampy)
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The first one you're talking about is for Tidy Cats...
AdN...are you at the 'wrong end of the discussion', or is it just me (I wouldn't be surprised)?
Thought we were chatting about what the kitties (kiddies) in the commercials ate?
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Originally posted by HollyRock HollyRock wrote:

Take a trip in the way-back machine with me: was Fancy Feast the one served in a raised crystal dish, to a fluffy persian cat?
 
I wonder if, after the camera was gone, the cat took blobs of food and dropped them on the floor only to eat them ~there~ like my cats have always done.
 
Yes, it is for Fancy Feast with the crystal bowl!
 
One of my dearly departed cats wouldn't care less if it was crystal or a paper sack as long as he was getting fed. My current fluff pal likes the Fancy Feast "Medleys" (i.e. + More money). 89 cents for that teeny can is highway robbery, but she "usually" eats it all if the mood strikes her.
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Originally posted by Ad nauseous Ad nauseous wrote:

The first one you're talking about is for Tidy Cats...

AdN...are you at the 'wrong end of the discussion', or is it just me (I wouldn't be surprised)?

Thought we were chatting about what the kitties (kiddies) in the commercials ate?
I was responding to the first post, unless that's not allowed??Confused
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Originally posted by Madawee Madawee wrote:

Originally posted by HollyRock HollyRock wrote:

Take a trip in the way-back machine with me: was Fancy Feast the one served in a raised crystal dish, to a fluffy persian cat?
 
I wonder if, after the camera was gone, the cat took blobs of food and dropped them on the floor only to eat them ~there~ like my cats have always done.
 
Yes, it is for Fancy Feast with the crystal bowl!
 
One of my dearly departed cats wouldn't care less if it was crystal or a paper sack as long as he was getting fed. My current fluff pal likes the Fancy Feast "Medleys" (i.e. + More money). 89 cents for that teeny can is highway robbery, but she "usually" eats it all if the mood strikes her.


Yes, and Lauren Bacall was serving it to her.

I saw the "Medleys" on sale yesterday at Safeway for $1.00 a can. ON SALE.  Can San Francisco be that much more expensive than NYC?
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Originally posted by FaithSF FaithSF wrote:

Yes, and Lauren Bacall was serving it to her.

I saw the "Medleys" on sale yesterday at Safeway for $1.00 a can. ON SALE.  Can San Francisco be that much more expensive than NYC?
 
Lauren Bacall's voice does add class to the whole thing.  Go figure.
 
$1?  For real?  Sometimes it's cheaper to feed a human kid.  Too bad cats don't like PBJ or cheesy mac.
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Originally posted by IceFroggyFrog IceFroggyFrog wrote:

I also sort of enjoy that one where the cat hires a bloodhound "detective" to try to find her litter box, although it bothers me that they never actually find the litter box.

 

I like that commercial too, it's cute.  LOL 
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Originally posted by HollyRock HollyRock wrote:

Originally posted by FaithSF FaithSF wrote:

Yes, and Lauren Bacall was serving it to her.

I saw the "Medleys" on sale yesterday at Safeway for $1.00 a can. ON SALE.  Can San Francisco be that much more expensive than NYC?
 
Lauren Bacall's voice does add class to the whole thing.  Go figure.
 
$1?  For real?  Sometimes it's cheaper to feed a human kid.  Too bad cats don't like PBJ or cheesy mac.
 
My cat is also in love with Sheba cat food - it's like $1.59 for this TEENY 3 ounce can.
 
a buck a can? Sheesh...
 
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Originally posted by IceFroggyFrog IceFroggyFrog wrote:


I also sort of enjoy that one where the cat hires a bloodhound "detective" to try to find her litter box, although it bothers me that they never actually find the litter box.

I love that one! I especially like the music for it.
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CATS ROCK!!!!!


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Yes they do. 

 
 
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I was responding to the first post, unless that's not allowed??Confused


It's allowed. I like it, myself. Cool
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I saw the "Medleys" on sale yesterday at Safeway for $1.00 a can. ON SALE.  Can San Francisco be that much more expensive than NYC?
 
Things in SF are very expensive!  The Medley cat food is 79¢/can here, and I've seen it on sale (rarely) for 38¢/can.  Also have seen it in 2-packs for the price of 1 promos, another thing SF doesn't have much of.  Those were the "Tuscany" varieties.  'Cause cats give a sh*t about Tuscany.
 
I always have a few cans of that stuff on hand...mainly for Mallory, who loves that stuff.  The other cats are pretty much indifferent, and "indifferent" gets them the 30¢/can 9 Lives.
 
 
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