Need small size kibble (in addition to wet)

Max WeissMax Weiss Maryland/D.C.Member Posts: 109
edited 21 October, 2013 in Senior Cats
I'm 16 and I don't have many back teeth left so I won't eat bigger kibble. Mom feeds me wet canned food 2 times a day (sometimes 3). Usually I eat Fancy Feast or Halo. But she leaves me a bowl of hard kibble out all the time so I can graze. I never been a bottom of the bowl kind of girl. I eat until full and leave. Anyone know of a good small size kibble that will not require much chewing?

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  • Lisa DausmanLisa Dausman Member Posts: 5,216
    edited 5 January, 2013
    Blue-Wilderness-Mature. http://www.bluebuffalo.com/cat-food/wilderness-mature I-feed-Blue-Wilderness-chicken,the-kibble-is-very-small.You-can-get-it-at-Petsmart-or-Petco.If-kitty-won't-eat-it,you-can-return-the-bag,with-the-receipt,and-they-will-give-you-your-money-back. :-h
  • Rebecca StansellRebecca Stansell Member Posts: 5
    edited 6 January, 2013
    Merrick before grain is pretty small. Pea size-ish and my girl loves it.
  • Clare YatesClare Yates KentMember Posts: 322 ✭✭
    edited 6 January, 2013
    What about kitten kibble, that would be smaller and easier to eat.
  • Max WeissMax Weiss Maryland/D.C.Member Posts: 109
    edited 6 January, 2013
    Thanks! Mom says she will check those foods out
  • Karen LeeKaren Lee The kingdom of Mer-lotMember Posts: 89,020
    edited 6 January, 2013
    How about freeze dried raw food? I suggest using Stella and Chewy's brand. It's kibble shaped (the large bag size) but much softer and easier to eat :) You can even break the kibble pieces up into smaller pieces for easier eating. The food is supposed to be rehydrated in water before feeding but you can feed it dry. I would add extra water to the canned food meals to ensure good water intake =;
  • janice lancasterjanice lancaster temple gaMember Posts: 2,505
    edited 6 January, 2013
    Our million year old granny cat has NO teeth and likes Fancy Feast kibble, it is small and thin, plus has lits of fat to keep her weight up. royal Canin is also a good choice, TINY kbble.
  • Mary DubuissonMary Dubuisson Member Posts: 296
    edited 7 January, 2013
    Momma's a Pet Nutrition Specialist for Nutro, and the Natural Choice kibble is pretty small and thin. It is easy to chew too. I'm 16 and my son Jack is 15 and we both like it. (I sneak some out of his bowl even though I'm supposed to be losing weight. heh..)
  • Renee RyzRenee Ryz Member Posts: 2,164
    edited 8 January, 2013
    Innova kitten is teeny tiny. It may sound weird, but mom says it is "so cuuuute & teeeny!" it is quite small, and I love it! Maizy eats it too for her tummy, and she is 7. (^^ It is prob about the size of this guy here :))
  • Mary BlemlerMary Blemler Member Posts: 1
    edited 15 October, 2013
    My cat has resorptive lesions and is down to 8 teeth. She absolutely refuses to eat canned food or even homemade. She does not like water or broth added to her dry food. I was breaking her kibble up with a rolling pin so she could eat it. I went on a search for a holistic small kibble. We are now using Fromm solid gold kibble. It is tiny and she does not have to chew it. Fromm has never had a recall.
  • Renee RyzRenee Ryz Member Posts: 2,164
    edited 21 October, 2013
    thanks for the info! I will have to remember that brand!
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