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What kind of food does your kitty eat?



  • Yipee LadybugYipee Ladybug Member Posts: 3,805
    edited 27 January, 2007
    I prefer Nature's Best (Science Diet) too....but I must say, the Wellness has made my fur so soft, reduced the dandruff on my rump....and now I hardly shed any fur! *fluffs up*
  • Susan ChurchSusan Church South BeachMember Posts: 11,602
    edited 27 January, 2007
    I really like premium edge senior cat food. My fur is so shiny not and not oily like before.
  • Jana PhillipsJana Phillips RaleighMember Posts: 846
    edited 28 January, 2007
    We eat Solid Gold dry mixed with Chicken Soup Adult Light dry fed free choice. We get a can of Wellness (or sometimes the Meow mix market selects) every other day. This seems to be best for having me lose some of my chub MOL
  • Alison HowellAlison Howell AntiochMember Posts: 65
    edited 28 January, 2007
    I eat purina indoor formula for dry food, and one scoop in the morning of 9 lives canned food. Is indoor formula good for me?
  • Melinda SpaarMelinda Spaar Member Posts: 19
    edited 29 January, 2007
    I eat Hill's z/d because I have allergies, but I hear mommy say that Iams, Eukanuba, Hill's Science Diet, Purina One/Pro Plan, Royal Canin, and IVD are the top of the line foods used in veterinary teaching hospitals and colleges.
  • alicia casteloalicia castelo Member Posts: 747
    edited 29 January, 2007
    I eat Nutro natural choice weight management. I also eat fancy feast canned once in a while.
  • Pinar KokerPinar Koker AnkaraMember Posts: 2
    edited 4 February, 2007
    I eat nutrience original and nutrience hairball. Mmmm... I love it.
  • Sarah HooverSarah Hoover BrantfordMember Posts: 95
    edited 4 February, 2007
    Me and Mr. Jones eat Foundations food. Sometimes we\'re given Premise or Wellness wet food, and I like it, but only a few bites then I\'m done, but Jones doesn\'t really like it. We prefer dry food. Our Maw says we\'re odd:?
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