I forgot to tell you about this. A while ago I fed the cats and went out for an hour and 20 minutes and returned. My place smelled terrible and the smell permeated all throughout my place and I was really worried. I checked the cats and they were okay, nobody had gotten sick or had loose bowels and it wasn't the smell of a natural gas leak that the gas company sends those brochures to remind you of the smell --but I couldn't figure out that horrible smell. I began to put myself in the place of a cat and tried to "track the smell by my nose." I finally tracked it to being Shelby cat's food that I had gotten that was being closed out and it was Fancy Feast canned Trout. Now I knew why it was being closed out and was glad I only bought one can. I thought it was the worst air DE-freshner ever--but Shelby thought it tasted great, was so wonderful and had that fantastic smell of hanging dead trout in every room and that's just the way cats love it. Shelby wanted to dip a paw in that smelly canned trout and put it behind her ears, on her wrist, on her cleavage and behind her knees, then head out to the nightclub. She knew some cute male cat would come up to her and say "I was going to walk home and spray shrubs along the way, but wow, you smell of dead trout so I'm staying-- would you like a drink of distilled water?" As Trout has clout with Shelby, I later saw that Fancy Feast reissued Trout again in what looked like a new can. I got one can and sure enough it is new and is minus that dead trout smell. So if your cat wants to "shout for trout," it's safe and no longer has that smell that permeates your entire place.