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Proper Diet

Wendy HansenWendy Hansen Morris Plains, NJMember Posts: 14
edited 30 May, 2007 in Food & Nutrition
I usually eat a small can of Fancy feast in the morning, and then before my humans leave for work they leave me some dried food. When they get home they feed me another small can of Fancy feast mixed in with the dried food. Is this to much? My humans want to be sure they aren't feeding me to much or to little.


  • Autumn GessertAutumn Gessert Amarillo, TXMember Posts: 333 ✭✭
    edited 30 May, 2007
    It sounds just right to me! That\'s almost exactly how everybody in our house eats, too, and all our weights are fine and we are happy. We like having our dry food available to us thru the day, and really look forward to our canned \"treats\" twice a day. Mom has fed all her kitties thru the years just like that.
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