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Quality Kitten Food in UK

Nina TchernoNina Tcherno LondonMember Posts: 4
edited 5 May, 2009 in Food & Nutrition
Hello all I'm trying to get some good quality wet food for my 3 month old Kitten Pelos - so far, the best I can see is Natures Menu, but very hard to find in pet shops. Otherwise, Hi Life do some, but, again, hard to find the kitten variety. Has anyone tried giving the Encore range (also sold as Applaws) to a kitten??? I bought a can of the chicken one, which shows ingredients as being chicken, rice and cooking water. Its labeled for adult cats, but I dont think it would do any harm, right? was going to mix with some Hills Dry Food. I'm just not impressed with Hills wet food, as its meat content is not as high as I thought. Thanks Nina (and Pelos!)


  • Aaron LeeAaron Lee SeattleMember Posts: 251
    edited 5 May, 2009
    No, adult cat foods aren't going to be bad for your kitten. Generally kitten foods have a tad more protein, and may be smaller chunks or blended smoother. I'd probably recommend getting your kitty on a quality kitten food soon, but adult food's not going to hurt in the meantime. Good luck! There are a ton of decent to good quality foods that should be available in your country.
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