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Switching from Kitten Chow to Cat Chow

Mike TerraccianoMike Terracciano StreamwoodMember Posts: 24
edited 5 January, 2007 in Food & Nutrition
This is Casey and Dante's dad. I just switched the babies food from Kitten Chow to Cat Chow and the boys aren't seeming to be liking it too much. They're nibbling at it, but that's about it. How should I go about getting them a brand of dry food they like?

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  • Karen LeeKaren Lee The kingdom of Mer-lotMember Posts: 89,020
    edited 5 January, 2007
    Try different brands of food until you find one you like. If you can, try a better quality food like ProPlan or Eukanuba or another brand. You can even try the more premium foods like Nature's Variety or Wellness if you want. They're a little pricey but they contain real meat, not by-products.
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