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Old 01-22-2007, 07:21 PM
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I feed Eagle Pack Holistic
I leave the dry out all of the time, and he picks at it. I also usually offer canned or raw 2x a day (when I feed the dogs. he expects it). He usually eats it pretty well, he's not as picky as a lot of cats are, but he doesn't eat hearty enough for me to not feed the dry
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My cat won't eat wet and she usually gets sick afterwards She doesn't eat chicken necks either even after all the times I've tried. She's on Nurtrience dry at the moment and seems to be doing great
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Old 01-22-2007, 07:26 PM
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My two are raw fed. I use a pre-made formula that I just thaw and serve, so it's not really any harder to feed than canned food, and it's substantially better for their health.

They also get chicken necks or quail peices when I've got them or remember to thaw them, and the occasional can of Wellness or EVO canned food when I'm lazy.
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My two are raw fed. I use a pre-made formula that I just thaw and serve, so it's not really any harder to feed than canned food, and it's substantially better for their health.

They also get chicken necks or quail peices when I've got them or remember to thaw them, and the occasional can of Wellness or EVO canned food when I'm lazy.
DO you mean like the Nature's Variety Medallions? I use those for my dog, can I use them for the kitten too?
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Old 01-22-2007, 09:16 PM
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I don't feed Natures Variety specifically, but a locally made food that I'm very happy with. You can indeed feed the NV medallions to your cats! They're designed for both dogs and cats (the 95% meat to 5% other makes it appropriate proportions for cats).
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