Originally Posted by sharon budd
Sorry meant my fur babies my 2 kittens are 11 wks old and on felix or whiskas kitten food my friend has a 15 wk old kitten and feeds him adult cat food and gives him cows milk 2 things I dont agree on
Alright :) I order from a site online called Zooplus. It is a really nice site since the prices are cheaper than if you buy the same brand in a super market, they offer free shipping above 20-25 gbp, and you can get a lot of different brands you can't in the super market. They also have a wonderful reward system. Like if you buy products, you get points which you can get other products for free with. It's really nice :) They also have wonderful customer service.
I'm not sure if you feed your cat dry food, but if you do, I will recommend some good quality dry foods that are also grain-free if you do :) It's important to get grain-free products since cat's are not able to digest grains properly.
For Dry FoosPorta 21 Feline Finest Sensible, Applaws Chicken & Salmon, or Orijen. Porta 21 Feline Finest Sensible is really affordable if you are on a budget and don't have much to spend. It is also really good quality. I feed mine the Applaws Chicken & Salmon and it's a huge hit :) But a little more expensive. Orijen is the best quality dry food on the market and it is pretty pricey. It's smart to buy the dry food in the biggest package you can have since it's a lot cheaper than buying a lot of smaller bags. Then store the food in a food container so it stays fresh for months and months.
For wet food: I would recommend any of these: Thrive Complete, Animonda Carny, Bozita Feline Tetra Pak or cans, Natures Menu, Lily's Kitchen, Catz Finefood, Feringa, Applaws Pate, Grau, and HiLife. All of them are wonderful quality cat foods, affordable and complete (, but Thrive can be a little pricey) :) I believe Thrive Complete is one of the best wet foods available and it really is amazing. It's shredded and complete. My cat absolutely loves Thrive complete and he can't get enough of it. If your cats hate the Pate style texture, Thrive Complete is shredded and Bozita is chunks. Miamor Ragout Royale kitten is also in chunks. I think the Miamor Ragout Royale chicken (kitten) is good, but I wouldn't recommend the adult version or the beef (kitten) flavor since the meat content in it gets a lot lower :( So only the chicken (Kitten one) I recommend if you do go for that brand. Again buying in bulk and in bigger cans will help al ot with the costs.
How many cats do you have? I would recommend buying in only in 200 grams of wet food if you only have one cat. If you have more, it is fine to go with bigger grams. But 200 grams is good for one cat so the food doesn't get old to quickly :)
I know for kitten food, there is Miamor Ragout Royale kitten (Chicken), Lily's Kitchen Organic Dinner for Kittens, and Animonda Carny Kitten. Bozita also says it's suitable for adults and kittens. It's alright if you pick some of the above brands that are not kitten either since kitten foor only really has a little more vitamins and carbohydrates (calories).
My cat hates Pate, so it's not really a option for me. So right now in my rotation is Thrive Complete, Bozita, and Applaws Pate. He likes Applaws Pate even though it's Pate for some reason, but he will refuse any other Pate brand.
But what I would recommend is to check out the brands I listed and pick your budget :) I would pick 2-4 different brands to try and see which one's your cats enjoy's.
I hope I could help you out a little :)