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Would you pay 18 bucks for a 4oz treat?

post #1 of 14
Thread Starter 
Whoa! Talk about super premium ...

• From Alaska Smokehouse
• 100% Wild Salmon
• 4 oz. portions of wild Alaskan Salmon fully cooked
• Sealed in a gold pouch

Maybe we are paying for the gold pouch?
post #2 of 14
I pay about that for the 4 oz containers of freeze dried salmon from Drs Foster & Smith. The bengals go SO CRAZY for it, it's worth every penny to me.
post #3 of 14
yeah, I would.
post #4 of 14
No, I don`t think I would. ( Mean mummy! )

If I want to get my two special treats they get Cooked human chicken or a little tinned salmon.
post #5 of 14
No I wouldn't. My budget doesn't allow for it. I can get Bonito Tuna Flakes at Petsmart for $5 for a healthy treat.
post #6 of 14
Nah, but I have paid for Halo's freeze-dried treats (chicken & salmon) before and Chloe goes crazy for them.
post #7 of 14
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Originally Posted by tutti_bella View Post
Whoa! Talk about super premium ...

• From Alaska Smokehouse
• 100% Wild Salmon
• 4 oz. portions of wild Alaskan Salmon fully cooked
• Sealed in a gold pouch

Maybe we are paying for the gold pouch?
Alley would turn her nose up at it! I am not kidding. She eats nothing buy dry cat food and never wants anything else. I have tried giving her all kinds of different treats but she does not want any. I feel so guilty giving Persi lots of treats in front of Alley but what can you do with a cat that just doesn't want any?
post #8 of 14
I think I'll go to Alaska myself and fish me some salmon :P
post #9 of 14
No.

I can go to Costco and get cans of cooked Alaska salmon for much less than that and it has 8 oz of salmon in it.

That's just crazy.
post #10 of 14
Thread Starter 
Yeah, that's what I thought too. I bought her another kind which is much cheaper and it's from Three Dogs Bakery, called *We Pity the Kitties* .. nice name uh? Anyway, it's also freeze dried salmon and she loves it.

I only treat her when we are training together. So far, she has mastered *SIT* and *STAND UP* which is totally cute! Treats really works if you want to train your kitty.
post #11 of 14
that is about the price for MOST US water dried fish when you multiple the 4-6 $ per ounce
post #12 of 14
Um...no. Eighteen dollars is close to what my max would be for a whole dinner at a restaurant for me! My kitties usually get boiled chicken breast for treats. Lola doesn't like people food, so sometimes they just get dry food as a treat...they think it's great because they all eat exclusively canned food.
post #13 of 14
I would in a heartbeat if my kitties would like it! We dont have anything cool like that here though...
post #14 of 14
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Originally Posted by Jaffacake View Post
No, I don`t think I would. ( Mean mummy! )

If I want to get my two special treats they get Cooked human chicken or a little tinned salmon.

Ditto on that one!!! Lol...even if I HAD the extra $$ I and could 'consider' spending 18 dollars for it...but it's still not likely!!!
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