Morning Entrées from Fancy Feast® Give Cats What They’re Meowing For

 

Hey. here is some exciting news for us Fancy Feast fans, a brand new breakfast feast is coming our way, here are the details direct from the press release.  CHECK IT OUT!

FANCY FEAST® BRAND OFFERS A NEW REASON TO LOVE MORNINGS WITH BREAKFAST-INSPIRED MEALS

 Morning Entrées from Fancy Feast® Give Cats What They’re Meowing For

 (ST. LOUIS) – June 26 – In many households, mornings include rituals and memorable shared moments for people and cats alike. In a recent survey* of U.S. cat owners conducted on behalf of the Fancy Feast® brand, more than 60 percent of respondents said their cats were most eager to get their attention in the morning so they could eat. From cats waking owners by meowing or pawing at them in bed, to owners responding with affection and a meal, many cats and owners connect first thing in the morning and start the day together.

To celebrate the connections cats and their owners share through these special moments, the Fancy Feast brand introduces Fancy Feast® Mornings™ Gourmet Cat Food, a delectable new line of breakfast-inspired morning meals for cats. With a new reason to love mornings, cat owners may now start their cats’ days with protein-rich entrées made with poultry or seafood, garden veggies and real egg. Beginning June 25, consumers will find Morning Missions announcements on the Fancy Feast Facebook timeline. When the community completes the mission, free samples are unlocked at www.Facebook.com/FancyFeast.

Survey Shows Mornings Are Special for Cats and Their Owners

A recent survey by the Fancy Feast brand shed light on the morning rituals shared by American cats and their owners:

  • More than 60 percent of cat owner respondents said their cats were most eager to get their attention in the morning so they could eat.
  • Nearly 45% of cat owner respondents feed their cats first thing in the morning.
  • More than 70 percent of cat owner respondents said they are awakened in the morning either by their cats or their alarm clocks.
  • Among those who are awakened by their cats, more than 50 percent said their cats wake them up by meowing for their morning meals.

Mobile Morning Moments

To ensure cat owners never miss out on these irreplaceable moments – even when away from home – the Fancy Feast brand created a free mobile alarm clock iPhone app called “MorningPurr.”

The MorningPurr app – available in early July – enables cat owners to record their cats’ purrs as alarm wake-up sounds, and personalize alarm screens with photos of their cats. iPhone users can download the app by visiting the App Store on their phones.

Morning Meals for Every Taste

There are six new breakfast-inspired Fancy Feast® Mornings™ Gourmet Cat Food varieties to create a deliciously complete morning. Whether a cat prefers the light, airy texture of a gourmet soufflé or the irresistible taste of tender bites in a delicious sauce, there is a Mornings meal for her. The delectable morning varieties include:

  • Soufflé With White Meat Chicken, Garden Veggies and Egg
  • Soufflé With Turkey, Garden Veggies and Egg
  • Soufflé With Wild Salmon, Garden Veggies and Egg
  • Medley With White Meat Chicken, Garden Veggies and Egg in Sauce
  • Medley With Trout, Garden Veggies and Egg in Sauce
  • Medley With Wild Salmon, Garden Veggies and Egg in Sauce

The new Fancy Feast Mornings™ Gourmet Cat Food entrées are available in stores nationwide for the suggested retail price of $0.80-$0.89 per can.

About Fancy Feast® Gourmet Cat Food

The Fancy Feast Brand makes every day extraordinary with an exquisite selection of gourmet cat food entrees, restaurant-inspired feline cuisine, dry meals, and Fancy Feast Appetizers for cats. Fancy Feast Gourmet Cat Food is manufactured/distributed by Nestle Purina PetCare Company, a global leader in the pet care industry. Nestle Purina PetCare promotes responsible pet care, humane education, community involvement and the positive bond between people and their pets. The North American headquarters for Nestle Purina PetCare is located at Checkerboard Square in St. Louis, Missouri. Nestle Purina PetCare is part of Swiss-based Nestle S.A. — the world’s largest food company.

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Callie (a.k.a. Trouble)

Hmm, as it so happens, the human is going to the store tomorrow….now she has a little something else to look for!

Oskar
8 years ago

Ooh, my mom person got samples of this while she was at BlogPaws & my fuzzy kitty sisters love it!

Nubbin wiggles,
Oskar

mariodacat
8 years ago

Oh yummmm, we’ll be sure to watch for that next time M shops for me.

Katie Isabella
Katie Isabella
8 years ago

Oh I can’t wait. Xox

The Purr Diaries
8 years ago

Ooooh hope we get those in Australia too, my kitties LOVE Fancy Feast! 🙂

P.S. Hope you can check out my exciting announcement – I’ve started a non profit group for cats in need!
https://thepurrdiaries.blogspot.com.au/2012/06/announcement-introducing-my-new-charity.html

Oui Oui
8 years ago

While the other kitties are not as discriminating in taste as I am, I won’t touch anything that has lumps, shreds, gravy, vegables, chick-hen, beef, salmon, whitefish, egg, tuna, turkey, ham, lamb and I’m sure I’m forgetting a couple things. There’s a couple seafood platter pates and a couple Fancy Feast fishy favors I’ll eat and that’s it! Not matter how loudly I meow to be fed. It drives the mom crazy! Purrs, Oui Oui

prancer pie
8 years ago

Only 45% of respondents fed their cats first thing in the morning??? There are obviously a lot of kittehz fallin down on the job! We say get em up and get em moving! We like the idea of new brekkie FF. Thanks fur sharing this.

Cathy Keisha
8 years ago

What Prance Pie said! They look pretty good but unless they go on sale, they’re outta out price range. We only pay that much for the good grain-free stuff otherwise it’s 50-60 cents a can Fancy Feast for me.

Penelope
8 years ago

Hmmm, me is going to has to gets Mommy to gets some of this for us! Wes LOVESbreakfast!
Kisses
Nellie