Well the Alan and his food saga continues *sigh*. He is a fussy cat and I will readily admit that he is kind of spoilt. If I put wet food out and he doesn't seem to like it then I out another different one down too soon! We have gone thorugh I don't know how many different types of wet food which he tucks into for a couple of days, then, the next day sniffs it and walks off! I use high quality cat food like Hi-Life, Natures Menu, Tesco luxury. I try to keep a high meat content in all food. Recently Alan has now turned completely away from wet food and seems to be loving his James Wellbeloved Turkey and Rice! I have my reservations about dry food but to be honest, I am just happy to seem him eating happily. He has no history of uti's and he is slim although I have noticed a little weight going on but he is by no means fat so I am not worried about that either. He has a water fountain and from the piddles in his box he is drinking consistantly. Anyway, I really just want to feed the best quality food for him even if and especially if it is dry food. So, I am feeding the James Wellbeloved at the mo but I have heard a lot about the Orijen dry food. Is that better do you think? I am not bothered about the cost, after all I veiw it as an investment. Healthy happy cat, less vet bills! Advice is appreciated!
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1/29/09 at 2:49am