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post #31 of 33
Petco has CORE ... in many stores .. i have two petco near( ie within 30 minutes) .. one has it 19.99 for the nearly 6 lbs .. but both have the wet foods

IMHO I would try the wellness canned ...

Castor is high carb in relation to other common with grains
post #32 of 33
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My mom was out for groceries so I got her to pick me up some dog food since she was already out. I got her to check the cat aisle to see if they were selling Wellness yet and she said no. She did bring me home a little Wellness brochure that they now have out at Petco which means they'll probably start stocking it soon. (I don't see why they'd advertise if they weren't)

It's not that I don't want to TRY the Wellness canned, it's that I don't know how well I'd be able to -afford- it. It's over double what I'm paying for Friskies and while higher quality, I can't just pull that money out of nowhere. I'm a teenage mom (To a cat, a dog, a rat, a turtle and 3 fish...NOT to human children. XD) with less than a minimum wage income. If I could, I'd have my babies on raw right now. But until I get a real income, I work with what I have. They get fed, I try to do the best I can, they're healthy and taken to the vet when needed and they're very loved. I can do the dry (When Petco here starts to carry it) but the canned is just a bit much. I can't afford nearly $2 for a can of food.
post #33 of 33
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Originally Posted by JellybeanKitty View Post
I can do the dry (When Petco here starts to carry it) but the canned is just a bit much. I can't afford nearly $2 for a can of food.
totally understand that. if you can do a high quality dry, the wet's not a huge issue. many here have said that a lower quality wet outweighs a higher quality dry [to a certain extent]. i find that higher quality dry/lower quality wet is a fairly affordable solution [not to mention, i have 1 that gets the runs w/really rich foods, anyway].
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