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Out of all the Blue Spa Select choices for dry food which one is the best one? Chicken & Brown Rice, Salmon & Brown Rice, Lite Cat Dry Food, Hairball control dry food, Indoor Dry food, OR Mature Cat Dry food??

I'm going to gradually switch over once we get closer to running out of our current brand of Purina indoor cat food. Although we have been fortunate that there is NO wheat gluten (only Corn gluten) in this paticular brand choice, I want to get completely away from wheat and corn gluten and give them a more balanced and healthier choice of food product.

I just want to know what would really be the best for them. We have 4 cats. One 14 years (with a heart murmur), one 9 years, 3-4 years and another 3 years. Thanks for any input!
post #2 of 12
Blue spa is good a bit grainy and has alot of "extras " but is a WAY better food and I would likely use the senior do too your older ones
post #3 of 12
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Originally Posted by sharky View Post
Blue spa is good a bit grainy and has alot of "extras " but is a WAY better food and I would likely use the senior do too your older ones
What do you mean by extras? Meaning good extras? What other one would you prefer? Nutro? What are the major differences between blue spa and one you would prefer?
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What do you mean by extras? Meaning good extras? What other one would you prefer? Nutro? What are the major differences between blue spa and one you would prefer?
By extras I think Jennifer means uneccesarry things. Some foods are very grainy & those are "extras".
post #5 of 12
Yes I like the Nutro better since they are one meat to one grain ... and the veggies and things are limited .... plus the fatty acids are higher

Blue spa is very good I am just a bit picky....
post #6 of 12
I always recommend Blue Spa to people adopting cats from the rescue.. it is a good food, and it's alot cheaper than some of those supposed good food like Science Diet.

We feed this to the kittens at the rescue and it does an awesome job.
post #7 of 12
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Originally Posted by Leto86 View Post
I always recommend Blue Spa to people adopting cats from the rescue.. it is a good food, and it's alot cheaper than some of those supposed good food like Science Diet.

We feed this to the kittens at the rescue and it does an awesome job.
Wow ... cheaper ... here a 4lbs is like 13 $ ...
post #8 of 12
Yeah, for a 8 lb bag it's $20.
for a 10 lb bag of SD kitten it's $35
post #9 of 12
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Originally Posted by Leto86 View Post
Yeah, for a 8 lb bag it's $20.
for a 10 lb bag of SD kitten it's $35
wow ... I forget alot of the time how much more everything is by you ... see for 30$ I get a 20lb bag of kitten food
post #10 of 12
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Originally Posted by Leto86 View Post
I always recommend Blue Spa to people adopting cats from the rescue.. it is a good food, and it's alot cheaper than some of those supposed good food like Science Diet.

We feed this to the kittens at the rescue and it does an awesome job.
Our cats hate science diet. They won't even touch it. I was going to decide between blue spa and nutro. I know I can't go wrong with either one. blue spa here for a 3lb bag is 8.99, 7lb is 15.99, and 15lb is 28.99. I was just going to get the 15lb since we go through food pretty fast with 4 cats.
post #11 of 12
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Originally Posted by Duchess15 View Post
Our cats hate science diet. They won't even touch it. I was going to decide between blue spa and nutro. I know I can't go wrong with either one. blue spa here for a 3lb bag is 8.99, 7lb is 15.99, and 15lb is 28.99. I was just going to get the 15lb since we go through food pretty fast with 4 cats.
I would go with Blue Spa even for the sole reason that Nutro has been on the recall list. Some people might be ok with it, but I wouldn't touch that stuff with a ten foot pole right now.
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Originally Posted by wmarcello View Post
I would go with Blue Spa even for the sole reason that Nutro has been on the recall list. Some people might be ok with it, but I wouldn't touch that stuff with a ten foot pole right now.
There are more recalls coming and NOT NUTRO .. I do Suggest looking at the other thread as wmarcello has given some price ideas .. thou in kg
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