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Cat Flavored Dog Treats

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This was my dog's idea. He just loves cats.

Ingredients include "Essence of Cat," derived by boiling cat fur.

Product available in these three favorite flavors:

-Persian -Siamese -Alley cat

Available at most local pet stores, or by mail order.

lslots, May 20 2004

(?) D F C Ts http://www.halfbake...ured_20Cat_20Treats
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       do dogs actually like the taste of cat ? will they chose it in preference to steak or chicken ?
neilp, May 20 2004
  

       Given the choice between moggie and mutton, my labrador would eat the mutton first.
ConsulFlaminicus, May 21 2004
  

       <aside> when I worked in the flavour industry we did some work for a guy who wanted to make pet food for snakes. He knew snakes went mental for crickets, so we took some crickets, extracted them and did a flavour match. The snakes loved it. Never did cats though. </aside>
hazel, May 21 2004
  

       It sounds like a great marketing idea. Just throw "Cat Flavored" on the label (along with the other boxes which might be bacon flavored, beef flavored, ...)   

       The marketing of pet treats has always been geared toward humans. It doesn't matter what it actually tastes like.
just4kinks, Jun 03 2004
  
      
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