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Kibble Size

Toffy_VanessaToffy_Vanessa Member Posts: 4,074 ✭✭
edited 28 January, 2006 in Food & Nutrition
Does kibble size matter? I've had kibbles of various sizes and am not sure which is the best size. I know that the larger kibbles are supposed to be good for cleaning teeth, but does anyone have any thoughts or recommendations about kibble size? For instance, I'm trying out a new kibble called Go! Natural and it has tiny kibbles, about half the size of Innova Evo. Mom was a bit surprised when she saw how small the kibbles were. It's too bad we can't see the size of the kibbles until we actually open the bag of cat food.


  • jen clarkjen clark StrongsvilleMember Posts: 1,099
    edited 27 February, 2006
    I don't know... I may be WAY off on this, but here's what I've observed. Fuurstly, I often wondered why kibble is so darn big for us kitties. THEN, I thought maybe it's so we eat more slowly and not get full as fast or get sick from eating to quickly. Mine I have to crunch once to break into tiny pieces and my meowmie thought that wasn't right, but then after thinking about it, we thought it might be better in the long run. YEAH! I know we think way too much! HUGS TOFFY!
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