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post #1 of 10
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My kittens are currently eating Purina kitten chow and sometimes Friskies wet food mixed in.What are some good brands I could look into???

How is Royal Canin? I used to add abit of RC dry dog food in my rat food for pregnant/nursing does...but what is the kitty food like? Also are there any good foods that can prevent UTI's?
post #2 of 10
I think there is a brand of catfood out that for urinary health or something. As for goood brands, my cat is doing ok on Iams healthy naturals, but then again, she's a picky eater...
post #3 of 10
Royal Canin is an excellent dry food, I would choose that over Purina. Nutro Max dry foods are supposed to be good for UTI prevention.

What is your budget like for wet food?
post #4 of 10
I think there are better dry foods than Royal Canin. I give mine a couple kibbles of Royal Canin now and again as treats, but wouldn't feed it as their main food.
post #5 of 10
Royal canin is a premium food ... but many on here will say there are far better...

for UTI health wet is best....

Nutro max is formulated for uti health ... thou do to a formula change it cannot claim UTI health for a bit more time .... the testing goes 18-24 months and is overseen by the FDA ... AFFCO feeding trials are 6 months

Right now ONLY purina one and pro plan urinary formulas have the certification
post #6 of 10
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Originally Posted by Sakura View Post
Royal Canin is an excellent dry food, I would choose that over Purina. Nutro Max dry foods are supposed to be good for UTI prevention.

What is your budget like for wet food?
I could spend like over $30-$40 on wet food.I been doing some research and learned that wet is better then dry.Growing up,we always learned/thought dry was better.

I am also hearing mixed info on Royal Canin now...
post #7 of 10
I would look into Felidae, wellness, innova, merrick, for canned food. They is a great market for high quality canned food out there (same with dry)
post #8 of 10
I'm no vet, or even an expert, but I have to say that a combination of wet and dry seems to work the best, providing best urinary health and tooth health.
post #9 of 10
I like wellness and orijen.
post #10 of 10
Thread Starter 
Thanks guys! I am going out to look at foods today or tommorrow!
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