What is a good cat food for a cat with a sensitive stomach
I’m looking for a decent cat food for my budget is simply Nourish Source good and what about the grain free and limited ingredient kind
The list of cat food is ordered alphabetically, so there’s no emphasis on foods at the top of the list. Some cat foods are easier to get hold of than others, so it’s a case of where you live or what you can get online. Most foods are available on , and there’s normally really good deals to be had.
With cat food, you typically get what you pay for. The cheapest foods can be found in grocery stores and often contain lower quality ingredients. Mid-tier foods can be found dedicated pet stores such as PetCo and Petsmart. There is plenty of good and average food alike at these stores, so read labels carefully. These cat food brands are typically found in pet stores and specialty pet stores. Make sure the price is justified by the quality. Higher-end stores such as MudBay offer a large selection of premium food and have a great return policy—if your cat is the type to change her mind a lot. Buying in bulk may keep cost down, but unless you have an army of cats, the food may spoil before you can use it. Also, kitty’s taste may change halfway through the bag. If you must buy in bulk, shop by the price per unit, not the price per bag.
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The important thing to remember about nutrients, particularly vitamins and minerals, is that your cat needs the correct amount-but no more. It is possible to have "too much of a good thing" when it comes to vitamins and minerals; the use of supplements not only is unnecessary but also can be potentially dangerous to your pet's health. A key point to remember is that cats are neither small dogs nor people. Because of cats' unique metabolism, what might be good for you might be detrimental to your cat. A high-quality cat food assures an adequate supply of vitamins and minerals in your cat's diet; supplements should never be added without a veterinarian's approval. I have used Science Diet Original for over 15 years including when I ran a cat shelter. It was expensive yes but the health of the animals was worth it. It was the only thing I would buy my cats and it kept them healthy. I'm not sure what happened. You switched bags and decreased the amount in the bag and apparently changed the formula. I would have lived though unhappy with the new bag and decreased amount but the new formula is making my cats sick. My cats would only eat some when starving and throw up when they do. Their fur is rough and unhealthy. I have had to switch to another cat food for them to be okay. There is no point in spending the kind of money that your product costs anymore though I have done so in good faith for many years to the betterment of my pets. Why did you try to fix something that wasn't broken?I haven't had any problems with their food, in fact when I first brought my cats into the vets when they were neutered and got their shots at 5-6 months he asked what I was feeding them and I said Friskies and Purina, he said "good"...but reading these comments I am worried. The oldest cat Petey 2 1/2 years old is very picky and will maybe vomit once every 2-3 weeks, but it is usually after he eats too much. He is nicely trim, not fat or even a little chubby, they are both indoor cats and rescued from the streets as tiny kittens. The youngest Leo 1 1/2 years old loves the dry food and honestly isn't as picky as Petey, and never vomits.I’m really glad that I noticed your post. I have a new kitten & after much reading about which are the best foods for her, I had chosen Tiki Cat as one of my three favorites. What a disappointment to hear this news. And I just read of their merger/selling out, which ever it is, with another company. It seems that when these merger business decisions take place it results in a decline in the quality of their food; other companies which had good reputations have also done the same thing the past year or two; with customer complaints galore. Too bad, it’s our pets that will suffer, and we have to prevent that by not buying these lower quality foods. What a shame.