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Best (yes inexpensive) Food for a Senior, Healthy Cat
My mum has been going back and forth between foods for a while. I used to only eat the wet food Royal Canin for Adults but that really got expensive... plus since I'm getting older, my mommy really wants to keep my teeth healthy, and she's heard that hard food can help with tartar build up. Ever since I've been between Meow Mix (because it's my weakness. I love that stuff!) and Purina ONE. I've stuck with Purina ONE for a while now, though. My mom was just wondering if there's anything else she can do to ensure that she's feeding me the best way so I live much longer than 16 years! I had a urinary bladder infection back in 2004 due to lack of water intake. Since that scare my mom has made sure to keep fresh water out for me. That's also why I started eating wet food for a while. I tend to waste wet food though. I like to snack, not eat big meals so if I let the food sit out too long, it'll dry up and I won't eat it. Dry food has been working great. So I guess my question is - Is dry Purina ONE a good/healthy food for a 16 year old, fairly healthy kitty like me?
Sorry for chattering!! :r
Misty :^: -meow!