|Also, The vet has a kitten food in a wet form, it cost about a dollar a can, so its not cheap, but they love it and it works realy well. They also have smaller kibble for kittens there that is almost soft (just soft enough for them to eat it!)
do you know what it's called? oh that sounds cool about it being soft, then you dont have to make it wet, that'd be nice! thanks for the good luck and good vibes
I will definitely keep you all posted!
|Now wait for this....Iams isn't that great of a food. If you want a high quality food....try going to a pet store.
Like, Wal Mart carries their brand Maxximum which isn't that bad.
But in pet stores you can find super premium foods like:
Chicken Soup(it's a food, not the actual soup)
and so many many many more! They cost more, but in the long run, they usually eat less & poop less.
Plus, the biggest benefit is the ingredients. Grocery store foods are like feeding McDonalds every day. When you look at a food, on the ingredients list the biggest no no is by-products. You'll find those in most every grocery store food, unfortunately! Even Science Diet & Eukanunba have by-products!
GOSH!!! you are full of bad $$ news for me with these food brands LOL! Alright...I have a $100 to spend on them at this moment so I can
afford to get them a high quality brand(and it's worth it anyway). last year when I was raising an orphaned week old kitten who someone tossed off in a box by our barn last year(people are so heartless) I went to PetSmart when she was a little older and one of the employees was telling me Natural Balance was a really good quality food and worth it's price in gold, so I will try to go with that one.
Wow, that is sad about Science Diet, they should be ashamed asking so much for not even the best quality food. I would expect to get nothing less then the ABSOLUTE, HIGHEST quality food when I'm spending a ridiculous amount of money on a tiny bag of food!