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High quality food for kittens?

post #1 of 6
Thread Starter 
What are some high quality brands of wet/dry food sold at Petsmart for kittens?

I recently went out and bought my kitten Authority dry food and the Petsmart I went to only had one choice of wet food from Authority so I had to get another brand. Is it bad to mix brands?

I want to start getting him used to eating dry food because he likes to knibble throughout the night and I want it to be available to him while I'm at school. I just dont want to buy him something cheap thats going to be bad for him!
post #2 of 6
If mixing dry foods start slow... ie 3/4 cup of old and 1/4 cup new for a few says then 1/2 cup old 1/2 new

wet food usually can be changed all the time without issue

nutro
blue buffalo
by nature
avoderm
post #3 of 6
IMO Blue Buffalo Wilderness is the best dry food they carry.
post #4 of 6
blue buffalo
by nature
avoderm

All carry wet food of different sorts and dry foods of different sorts. The wilderness formula will probably not be quite right for a kitten, but for an adult its great. My cat eat that one mixed with the longevity (kinda made for indoor cats)

Authority is good... but those three are better...
post #5 of 6
With my kitten, I use dry Nutro Indoor Kitten Formula. It's not that cheap, but not too expensive either. They're having a sort of special right now where a coupon is included with the bag of food.

Also, I mix in 1/8th can of Wellness wet Kitten food in the dry. They're about $0.99 USD for a can.
post #6 of 6
Thread Starter 
thank you for all ur input everybody!

I'll get him one of those next time
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