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Royal Canin or Wellness?

post #1 of 15
Thread Starter 
Hi!
I have a 2 month old Blue Point Himalayan Exotic Persian. When we bought him at the pet store and they were feeding him Wellness Super5Mix Kitten Formula. But everyone says Royal Canin BabyCat34 is really good. Which is better for a growing kitten?
post #2 of 15
I think they are both great, but if you switch foods, be sure you do it gradually, over at least 7 days.
post #3 of 15
Out of those choices I would go with the Royal Canin. I won't feed Dori anything that has garlic in it.
post #4 of 15
I can't buy either here, but I bring Royal Canin back from France whenever I can and Persil loves it.
post #5 of 15
I had to go with Royal Canin because I've had my cats on both & my kitties had a reaction to Wellness. Keep in mind not all foods work for all cats, so it may be that my cats tummys just could handle something in wellness. When I got my 3rd cat I switched to Nutro Natural because it's a good brand, but slightly cheaper than Royal Canin.
post #6 of 15
A few years ago, I did a product test and review for Royal Canin. I loved the food and the effect it had on my cats at the time. In doing the research I was impressed by RC committment to excellence. The reviews can be found on www.catreviews.com if you would like to read them.
post #7 of 15
Thread Starter 
Wow, a lot of people recommend Royal Canin, but my kitten is used to Wellness and I don't know if he'll adjust well to Royal Canin.
post #8 of 15
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Originally Posted by KaTwOmAn
Wow, a lot of people recommend Royal Canin, but my kitten is used to Wellness and I don't know if he'll adjust well to Royal Canin.
Sometimes its up to the cat too (with good healthy food choices). I mean, my old cat used to love Wellness, but turned up her nose at Nutro. So, take in consideration what your kitty likes. Sounds like he likes Wellness, I would just leave it at that. I think Wellness is great.
post #9 of 15
Every cat reacts differently. I voted for Wellness, but simply because Jamie is allergic to all the RC varieties I've tried, and I know from another forum and the local shelter that some other cats, particularly Persians, have reacted the same way.
Why not feed both? Many nutritionists now recommend giving cats a variety of brands.
post #10 of 15
Thread Starter 
thanks!
post #11 of 15
[COLOR=]i choose rc cause garlic is not risk

i will take any chances with garlic anymore..I like foods with one meat to one grain or at the most one meat to one and a half grains.. Jcat has a point my younger girl is on a mix of two brands , so is my dogon two drys... I use many wet food brands ... If the baby like wellness , try one with multipe meats and grains..Innova comes to mind...
post #12 of 15
Once again, Royal Canin.
post #13 of 15
I gave up the Royal Canin because it has corn, and Wellness does not.
This was the adult food. I don't know if the kitten blend is different.
post #14 of 15
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post #15 of 15
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Originally Posted by KaTwOmAn
Hi!
I have a 2 month old Blue Point Himalayan Exotic Persian. When we bought him at the pet store and they were feeding him Wellness Super5Mix Kitten Formula. But everyone says Royal Canin BabyCat34 is really good. Which is better for a growing kitten?
i feed Sensible Choice for kibble. it is made by royal canin, but it is their "natural" line of food. they have adult, kitten & senior formulas.

Sensible Choice
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