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What to feed new kittens?
We have 2 3 month old kittens at home now (Tiger & Bubbles) and are having a hard time with what to feed them. We only want to feed them wet food, maybe raw at some point. I have been feeding them EVO, which in my opinion is the best canned food out there. I was feeding them all of the 95% meat varieties until my vet told me only the original EVO is for all life stages. So, we are now limited to one flavor and they are very bored with it. I try mixing in a little of the beef cans and that works, kind of. They aren't excited when I feed them, it seems like they just eat it to satisfy their hunger without really enjoying it. So, I am guessing it is time for a change. I looked up the Nature's Variety brand online today to check out Instinct canned food, and it says they import some of their ingredients from China, which is a no no for us since our last kitty (Friday) got hurt from melamine. We tried a can of Avoderm Select Cuts Chicken Chunks/Cat & Kitten food today and Tiger went insane for it, like I've never seen (yay!), while Bubbles wasn't too thrilled. I am in the process of figuring out if they import ingredients from China or not. So, I'm here to ask you what you think is the best canned kitten appropriate food in the world and why??!!
Thanks and purrs,
Tiger & Bubbles