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Kitten Food! HELP :(

Amanda Lamm- FeltmanAmanda Lamm- Feltman Stevens PointMember Posts: 21 ✭✭
edited 14 January, 2006 in Food & Nutrition
So mommy wants to get me off of Purina Kitten Chow and get me on something that doesn't have fillers and doesn't test on animal...anyone have suggestions? Thank you meow, meow!

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  • Wendy HutchisonWendy Hutchison Member Posts: 46
    edited 27 February, 2006
    www.naturapet.com - that is a great site with lots of information about what we think is the best foods. They make Innova cat food and California Natural Pure and Simple chicken and rice dry food, which is what I eat. No artificial colors or flavors! Mommy says you could look at Nutro brand too, she heard that is a good brand.
  • Sally WrightSally Wright DenverMember Posts: 130 ✭✭
    edited 27 February, 2006
    We agree with Sulieman! We eat Innova Evo and our vet agreed that it's one of the best foods out there (they can't say it's THE best without getting into trouble. hehe). It's the highest protein food out there, so it keeps the acid level in the urine high and that'll keep the crystals at bay, plus it's the closest to a raw diet that you can get without actually going raw. Our vet also said that it's totally appropriate for young cats too. It's expensive, but well worth the extra cost - our bodies process it well, so our poohs are small and they're not even very stinky. And our coats are shiny and soft, and we're just way more healthy than before!
  • Shelly DucharmeShelly Ducharme Member Posts: 38
    edited 27 February, 2006
    EVO is definitely a very good food, for dry, since it is the only dry food that doesn't contain grain. However, canned food is more like a cat's natural prey texture-wise and ingredients-wise (if you buy premium quality -- meat based). We eat several high quality ones that our mommy has researched forever, including Precise, PetGuard, Pet Promise, Natural Balance. There are others too. Just be sure you avoid any foods with garlic!!!
  • Tabitha Smith-ElliottTabitha Smith-Elliott Gainesville/Hall County, GAMember Posts: 11,582
    edited 27 February, 2006
    We love our Nutro Natural Choice. There is Adult and Kitten kibble. Mom says she has noticed a remarkable difference in out coats and overall health since we have been eating it. (about a yr now) Havent ever tried Evo although we've heard good things about it.
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