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Wellness & natures variety

tigger cattigger cat Member Posts: 23
edited 30 September, 2008 in Food & Nutrition
I guess it will be one of these foods i switch to. Seems like both will be a great food. These 2 seem like they would be good for our cats nutrition wise & all? Thanks.

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  • Maggie BradshawMaggie Bradshaw Member Posts: 506
    edited 19 September, 2008
    The both have tons of variety for your kitty to enjoy! You'll be a very happy healthy cat indeed!
  • Lucybelle GLucybelle G Member Posts: 96
    edited 20 September, 2008
    Wellness is excellent food! I tend to stay away from the seafood and beef flavor mainly because my kitty has a prior case of FLUTD. But there are so many other flavor that you can choose and I am sure your kitty will enjoy them. Nature's Variety is also great but because it's only sold in small independent stores, I have a hard time stocking up so I only feed whenever I can get them.
  • Chanda DeFoorChanda DeFoor Mount AiryMember Posts: 373
    edited 28 September, 2008
    We use Wellness Core. I would recommend it! Of course, canned is best for kitties due to the lack of moisture in kibble, but we do enjoy it dry.
  • Stephanie MantillaStephanie Mantilla Member Posts: 102
    edited 28 September, 2008
    Both are good foods. I like the Instinct from Nature's Variety better though. I'm a picky eater and Wellness tends to have more veggies I can see. I'll pick around them.
  • Stephanie ChangtuStephanie Changtu MiamiMember Posts: 1,175
    edited 28 September, 2008
    Both are wonderful foods. Instinct is better than Praire. Maybe you'd even like to rotate foods like one month Wellness and the other NV, one week Wellness and the other NV, or one day Wellness and the other NV. If not, you can just stick with one food.
  • Gina GroneGina Grone Beatrice, NebraskaMember Posts: 217
    edited 29 September, 2008
    We've started eating Nature's Variety Instinct canned and California Natural canned and dry. We love the Instinct canned and the ingredients are excellent. We haven't tried Wellness.
  • Vanessa BobackVanessa Boback TampaMember Posts: 3,149
    edited 29 September, 2008
    We eat Wellness grain free canned food and Nature's Variety Raw Medallions (chicken and lamb). They also get a bit of EVO dry here and there. So far so good!
  • tigger cattigger cat Member Posts: 23
    edited 30 September, 2008
    This food, Wellness Indoor, is loved by our cats, they dont hesitate to eat it. They love it. And they have not thrown up since they were totally switched over almost 2 weeks ago now. We cant be happier! Coats look great & the heavier cat looks slimmer which is good cause he was getting too heavy.
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