I'm stuck in a small town for a few more months, and there are no pet stores in sight! The best I have to work with is a Walmart. The healthiest food I've been able to find at Walmart is the Pure Balance brand (both wet and dry). I visited friends and went to a Target near them (it wasn't a Super Target) and found even fewer selections! It's a struggle to find foods that don't have meat byproducts and grains. To be honest, I'm not even really sure if Pure Balance is *that* healthy, but it seems to be the healthiest out of all of the options I have here. I need to ask the vet about all of this for kitty's next appointment, but that won't be for a few more months.
So my question to you is:
-What brand of cat food do you trust?
-What ingredients do you watch out for?
-Where do you buy your cat food at? I'm thinking I may need to simply order online.
On a side note, do you notice your cat becoming a food snob?
My girl certainly has become one! She'll wake me up at 0500 some mornings! And if I put down TURKEY instead of her favorite (which is turkey MIXED with chicken), she'll literally turn her nose up and run out the door. What a snob!
We have seven cats and two dogs and they eat a LOT! We feed Blue Buffalo Chicken and Rice and use three 16# bags per month. We use the Subscribe and Save plan at Amazon. I'm not sure if it's only for Prime members of not. As a Prime member, there's no postage.
We also get the dogs' food on Subscribe and Save too. They eat Blue Buffalo Lamb and Rice. We buy 2 bags a month using Subscribe and Save. Poor Rosie didn't know what dog food was when we rescued her.
Last edit by sharpeimom on May 17
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