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Q: what type of.....

October 24, 2008 | By Rachel F. | 18 answers | Expired: 2123 days ago

Rachel F.

what type of treats and food is good for your cat?
i have allot of cats and i dnt know what would be good for all of them

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Sherry L.
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Nov 06, 2008

My cats love Temptations... they will follow you when they see the Blue bag....

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Sara L.
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Nov 05, 2008

The Ted loves as a "treat" catnip toys. To avoid the weight gain, this is a great alternative. But if you are looking for a food treat, I would go with the Greenies. And believe it or not...and it probably isn't the best, but if you have a finicky cat...try small bits of dog food. Use with moderation, but if switch it up you may be surprised. The Ted loves dog food and this is a picky cat.

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Lorena C.
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Nov 04, 2008

They LOVE greenies!

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Greenkittenbrechler
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Nov 03, 2008

I trust Wellness. Also Wysong, Innova, Eagle Pack, Solid Gold.

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Michael
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Nov 02, 2008

Our cat likes the flavored greenies. You should give them a try. Ofcoarse one of our cats won't even look at them.

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Allison M.
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Oct 30, 2008

My vet said to avoid the commerical treats such as Pounce. They are full of dye's and can also make a cat constipated. We don't give our cats any treats at all now.

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Katie C.
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Oct 30, 2008

I use Greenies for our 2 cats but they only get a treat when they do something good-- either sit/lie down instead of jumping on the table, or coming when I call them, or when I'm brushing them (since they don't like being brushed). They get the idea fast and are now pretty well trained.

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naneki26 k.
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Oct 30, 2008

have used many foods and like them all,I go for quality so sometimes they are pricey. Also the cats(8 of them) slow down from eating a certain brand thats when i make a slow change over and they seem to like it when I do that. Royal Canin-Indoor and Eagle Pack -Indoor are what we usually use for dry. I have to give them l-lysine so i give it in wet EVO once a day

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Anonymous
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Oct 28, 2008

I like Pounce kitty treats, but limit my cats to 2 per day. I think any are ok as long as you are not over doing it.

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Anonymous
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Anonymous

Oct 26, 2008

Greenies is supposed to be good for their teeth. I give my cat Hills Feline T/D as a treat.... shhh, don't tell them it's actually cat food. T/D is a dental cleaning food and since it's food rather than treat, it's typically healthier and way cheaper per ounce in the long run than buying tiny little treat bags.

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