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Looking for different foods
I am looking for advice on different types of food for different cats. I am interested in more natural or holistic types of foods. Although we have fed grocery store brands for years with success, I would like to get away from that.
First: gizmo is 16 yrs old and has about 2 teeth. Obviously I am looking for a canned food. She has also lost a little weight this winter, so we want her to gain a little. B/c she is older I am a little worried about her kidneys. Do you have any suggestions?
The other cats are younger, and can eat dry food. I am looking for a good all stages cat food.
I thank you for all your responses. I am not very knowledgeable about cat nutrition and am not sure what I should be looking for in a nutrient analysis.