You tasted the cat food? wow! but anyway I'm glad its bland, cos I see salt and sodium whatever added into wet food and just recently, a pet store staff told me not to feed too much wet, cos its salty and I was wondering just how salty it can be.
to be fair, grammy's pot pie was reviewed online and a woman said she tasted it and "it's not bad," which gave me the idea. i didn't expect to want to eat it myself, i just wondered how bad "not bad" really is. i'm not positive that if you put it in a bowl and salted it, that a person who eats meat would be able to tell it's cat food.
i ended up giving 18 cans of it to the cat care society because the only one of my cats who would eat it is the grain intolerant one and it would make her throw up. evidently, it's kind of true that the stinkier the better. but some of the FF literally makes me gag, and there's absolutely no way i'd dare taste it. paw lickin' chicken is just strips of chicken breast in water and it would most likely pass for people food as well. it's one of the staple foods my cats will always eat, and i mix it with other foods to add variety.
many years ago i was at a party and the woman giving it had a cat. she went in the kitchen to fix food for it, got distracted and left a bowl of cat food on the counter. it was late in the evening, and a really drunk guy wandered over and started eating it with tortilla chips. he was like, "this is really good," and some other people who had seen what it was started laughing and the girl who left it there started screaming, "DON'T EAT THAT!" even after that, i have never ever been tempted to try canned cat food.
but i don't think i can testify there isn't added salt in some cat foods. read the label i guess, but as far as i know, none of the better food has added salt. not that cats don't like it, but they probably get high blood pressure or something from too much. or something. i don't know. and i wouldn't know of any of the brands you can buy in sweden but it will be on the label as sodium chloride.