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post #1 of 15
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What is everyones opinion of it? I am going to pick up a can and see what the kids think..than I may join their breeders program.

Or...could anyone suggest another High quality wet food? I am not going to be feeding AS MUCH but i want to make sure they are getting the best of the best when they get it.
post #2 of 15
I use NB and can recommend it.
post #3 of 15
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What does it generally run? There is all of ONE supplier in my area, and its a part of town i wont go to, lol but i have a friend who may ship it to me. looking at pricing.
post #4 of 15
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I should also mention ih ave one kitten who will not eat patte at all..so we need gravy and meat slices.
post #5 of 15
NB is great ... mine love the ultra premium labeled one... for gravey try the bourmet classics by Nutro.. mine eat them better than the pouches ....

both brands run about a 76 cent a can or 1.25 a six ounce...
post #6 of 15
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I think i am going to pick up some nutro tommrow at the store see if they like them. Dutchy is picky picky of course. They also have a breeders program which is a plus.
post #7 of 15
Merrick makes a lot of food that have chunks or pieces of meat with gravy as well. It might be worth looking into.
post #8 of 15
merrick is also good but very spendy... lps here sells a 3 ounce can for 1.29
post #9 of 15
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I loooked at merrick i agree it was spendy...its worth looking into i may send out some letters about samples. to make sure they will all like it first
post #10 of 15
My kitten LOVES the Wellness kitten formula...the 3 ounce can ran between 79 and 89 cents here and I haven't seen a larger can
post #11 of 15
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Originally Posted by lionessrampant
My kitten LOVES the Wellness kitten formula...the 3 ounce can ran between 79 and 89 cents here and I haven't seen a larger can

Thanks. Dutchy turned her nose up at wellness....when i tried it last...and than she buried it or tried to.
post #12 of 15
I have tried Natural Balance canned food and it's pate style. My cats seemed to like it better than Nutro Max. However, my cats don't really like wet food or maybe it's just the pate style. On a side note, I have tasted NB myself and it really tastes kind of good!!
post #13 of 15
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Originally Posted by MissCharlotte
I have tried Natural Balance canned food and it's pate style. My cats seemed to like it better than Nutro Max. However, my cats don't really like wet food or maybe it's just the pate style. On a side note, I have tasted NB myself and it really tastes kind of good!!
I taste all dry foods.. you tasted the wet?? I did taste the NB roll for the dog it tasted like hot dog
post #14 of 15
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Originally Posted by sharky
I taste all dry foods.. you tasted the wet?? I did taste the NB roll for the dog it tasted like hot dog
Yes, I did taste the wet and I've also sampled the dry as well for all their foods. The first time I ever tasted wet cat food was by accident. I put my finger in the bowl after I reheated some in the microwave to test the temperature. It was too hot and my reaction was to sooth my burning finger. I did this my putting my finger in my mouth. Oops...there was food on it!! When I lived at home, my mom used to make home made dogs biscuits. I really liked those too and the ingredients really were the same as normal human food.
post #15 of 15
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Originally Posted by ScamperFarms
What does it generally run? There is all of ONE supplier in my area, and its a part of town i wont go to, lol but i have a friend who may ship it to me. looking at pricing.
I get mine at Petco. I see you are in Minnesota, and I'm guessing the Twin Cities if you live in a place big enough to have such rough areas. Have you tried Petco?
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