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So when I got Jack he had been fed Purina Kitten Chow and I was told for the first week or so NOT to change the food because he had just started solids. I\'ve also heard it upsets their stomach but I don\'t know how valid that is.
Now that he has gotten consistent with eating his dry food, I am ready to change. I want something healthier for him and something that I can feel good giving him. I know that Purina isn\'t terrible, but it\'s not the best and I know I can manage a few extra dollars if it meant Jack was better off.
Problem is, it seems everything I read is conflicting. I\'m thinking of getting him on Innova EVO for Cat & Kitten with some of Natural Balance\'s canned food. Does this seem like a good mix? I\'ve read that Innova\'s canned leaves a lot to be desired and so, because I\'m going to be ordering online, I want to be sure I\'m making a good choice.
Any and all feedback is great, especially concerning HOW MUCH to give him and how often and what should be the primary source (wet/dry). I was going to speak to my vet about it, but they really endorse Science Diet and so I didn\'t want to feel obligated to buy that without doing my homework. Thanks guys!
sarah & hungry jack