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Need Recommendations on wet food
Ok so i think im going to start mittens, our 12 week old girl on wet food. the only problem is i don't know where to start!
I went to target today to see what they had and i was surprised mine didn't have much of a selection. I found lots of things like FF, which i know she LOVES but it makes her box smell and most importantly i was hoping for something healthier, grain free if possible. i also went to my local health food store and there was only a few brand there, such as tiki cat. didnt look bad but i dont think they are grain free and mostly tuna types. all the others seemed great but VERY exspensive
i ended up getting one from trader joes, i don't think its grain free but it seemed fairly healthy for the price and i think its a good place to start.
I guess my question is what recommendations do you have for afordable, yet healthy cat food? also, how should i switch her over? because she is a kitten the vet said to leave food for her out and let her eat as much as she wants at this stage. can i leave caned food out or day or should i supplement it will dry food also?
Thanks so much!:B