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About good brands of cat food.

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I feed Innova evo and dry solid gold. Pantherpride was wondering is it a good idea to create a speical dry mix. I would do this by buying three or four good brands of food and mixing it all together. my idea for dry would be ( innova dry evo, Eagle pack dry ( if they have one) and natural instinct dry. http://www.thecatsite.com/forums/ima...lies/blush.gif. Would this be good? I have laid back on it because those foods can only be brought at places like Chuck and dons pet food outlet, and there its way pricy. Believe it or not I know a place called dog days they mostly sell dog products but also carry cat food that sells an 13 once can for $1.45 to $1.15. depending on things I do not understand. Ah the mystery of money it's everywhere. http://www.thecatsite.com/forums/ima...s/rolleyes.gif. tell me your veiws on wheter or not this diet change is a good idea. Bindi is small for his age and I worry for him.
post #2 of 5
what are you feeding now???

it is semi common to mix one or more foods together or with wet rotate flavors and brands..

Eagle pack s refomulated chn holistic is good most eagle packs are a no go in dry do to corn and pork

Evo is great provided it isnt to rich for you baby ...

Natural instict??
post #3 of 5
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Thank you for the advice sharky. I'll run out and combine some good dry along with Solid gold dry. I have to go buy food tommarow. I'll call at neighbor hood house ( where I work and see what prices are on different dry bands. I might get the basic's ( Solid gold and Innova Evo at dog days and then go to Chuck and dons on friday sence I'll have more time). I get friday off this week. With all this new food it will be awhile before I have to buy food again. I have a mesuring cup to use for mixinghttp://www.thecatsite.com/forums/images/smilies/smile.gif. I was thinking, 3o% Solid Gold. 30% something sio and so. Please list some really good high quality dry foods. Maybe give me some websits to buy from? Thanks http://www.thecatsite.com/forums/ima...ilies/clap.gif
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We have an older cat named Tom who used to eat friskies meow mix,ect. But I'm now changing his diet he gets Solid gold dry and innova evo, i try their elder diet but he didnt like it do you recamend any senior cat foods that are high quailty right now he useally eats dry until he gets so hungry that he either goes for Bindis evo or my dad gives in and buys food we dont need.
post #5 of 5
Some will try to vitually kick me ... but ... for happy healthy seniors Nutros max is good and affordble and I beleive it helped keep my kidney girl stable

wet food and grain free is best for a senior but the max is good
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