Q: what kind of food do kittens like best?
November 20, 2008 | By kaitlyn | 7 answers | Expired: 1831 days ago
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Nov 21, 2008
The best type of food depends on the age of a kitten. A kitten under 8 weeks needs a little supplement to help it grow. I give older kittens a small can a day and a dish of dry food (the type for kittens). Try to get the best food that you can afford. The larger pet supply stores will have a selection that you can compare in the store. They also have staff that might be able to help you make the selection
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Nov 20, 2008
any food nutritionally sound and free from fillers and allergens. To find a great cat food, just read the first ten ingredients of any food, and avoid any foods that contain corn, wheat, soy, gluten, vegetable protein, or byproduct. Great brands include Innova, California Natural, Natural Balance, Blue Buffalo, Merrick, Wysong, TimberWolf Serengetti, Solid Gold, Feline Caviar, Orijen, Wellness, Castor and Pollux, Nature's Variety/Prairie, and the list goes on. For PetSmart availability, I like Blue Buffalo first, by Nature Organics second. At Petcos, I prefer Blue Buffalo, then Solid Gold, Wellness, Castor and Pollux, and Natural Balance.
and I have to contradict the poster below recommending Royal Canin dry food. Royal Canin used to be worthwhile, but not any longer. Overpriced, and more and more fillers and allergens being added to the food.
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