Sorry for yet ANOTHER cat food thread. I know there are a million (three pages and counting!) but I wasn't really finding the answer I wanted.
This is NOT a "meat or veggies" topic, I wont put meat into my body because it doesn't need it- my cats are another story, they DO need animal protein.
I currently have a list of about 12 different brands of cat food, which is a bit overwhelming to go through, I was hoping you guys could help me narrow it down.
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I want a grain free food that is as "least harm" as possible- to both the planet and the animals, and as pocketbook friendly as possible. Obviously I'll need to compromise somewhat because of budget- I'm aware that I can't afford truly free-range on grandpa's farm chickens and cows, where all of the money goes to grandpa and his small family business.... I wish.
I plan on feeding the cats mostly wet food, with a little bit of dry to supplement. Right now they're on Wellness (dry and wet) for kittens (they're about 5 weeks?), but the place I had been getting it has discontinued carrying it, which leads me to the next part of this post-
Where do you get your cat food... regular grocery store, health food store, pet store, farmer co-op, etc. Online?