Royal Canin Babycat, the kibble is really small, easy for kittens to eat. Mine loved it when they were babies.
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11/16/05 at 4:47am
Originally Posted by pennylane3000
That's why I don't use Science Diet. That and the fact that it costs about 50% more than Chicken Soup, and as much as or more than any of the other super-premium brands. I am not a cheapskate when it comes to cat food but I do like to get what I pay for!
Originally Posted by Aussie_Dog
What about Merrick's wet food? I know Merrick is an excellent food, but I have a kitten in the house right now (we're looking for the owners, but it looks like she's going to be here to stay) and I'm not sure if it's a proper kitten food or not. I have California Natural dry, but she doesn't eat much of it (she's been here almost a week and touched the California Natural only earlier today. Looks like she's been spoiled with wet food, lol). I'd hate to stunt her growth or something because I fed an adult food to her, lol (the cans say "Food for Cats and Kittens," but I'm still not sure)