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#1 Old 03-14-2014, 01:14 AM
 
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hello everyone so i have a question

 

let's say i try to feed ivana a good brand dry food as her diet and see after one month if her health is gotten bad or not is that a bad thing to do?

 

It's just that dry food is much more convenient for me (i know very selfish)

 

So what do you think?

 

and of course there would be water

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I feed my cat both dry and wet food. He gets a brad called Nutrience. It's grain free and has no animal by products. Stanley was a rescue  cat and the people at the Humane Society recommended it. He loves it. It smells more like his wet food and has a different texture than the other cat foods I've seen. He was very sickly when I got him. His coat is gorgeous now and he's got so much energy I don't know what to do with him all the time.

 

http://www.nutrience.ca/

 

It's a Canadian company so you may not be able to find it where you are. I definitely  recommend I grain free all natural dry food if you are going to feed it to your cat. Cats don't need grains and in some cases it can make them really sick.

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I feed my cat both dry and wet food. He gets a brad called Nutrience. It's grain free and has no animal by products. Stanley was a rescue  cat and the people at the Humane Society recommended it. He loves it. It smells more like his wet food and has a different texture than the other cat foods I've seen. He was very sickly when I got him. His coat is gorgeous now and he's got so much energy I don't know what to do with him all the time.

 

http://www.nutrience.ca/

 

It's a Canadian company so you may not be able to find it where you are. I definitely  recommend I grain free all natural dry food if you are going to feed it to your cat. Cats don't need grains and in some cases it can make them really sick.

in here we have this brand called taste of the wild it's grain free bt she doesn't eat it

maybe in the future if i find it i could try the food that your recommend for Ivana

 

so do you think feeding cats an all dry grain free food is bad?

 

Thank you very much

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Sam, you need to stop changing her food. She needs to just stay on one. If you decide to change her food again, do it sloooooowly over a month or two and then don't change it again unless you HAVE to. She needs consistency.
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in here we have this brand called taste of the wild it's grain free bt she doesn't eat it

maybe in the future if i find it i could try the food that your recommend for Ivana

 

so do you think feeding cats an all dry grain free food is bad?

 

Thank you very much

 

 

Not at all it depends on what your cat is used to. Like River stated. If you change it too much it can become a problem. If your cat doesn't eat for a few days it's not the end of the world as long as they are drinking water and using the bathroom. Sometimes cats are just stubborn. When she is hungry she will eat.

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