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Old 24-09-2010, 08:49 PM   #61
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On another note, it is very difficult to feed strays affordably. So I would say, given the evils involved with Fussie Cat and their ilk, there might not be a choice to keep the strays fed.
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Old 14-10-2010, 12:06 AM   #62
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Wat wet can foods recommended for stray cats? Got Aristo cat, Fussie cat, Sumo cat.. etc

I used to feed my area Aristo cat wet can food. Buy recently the cats don seem to like it so currently i switched to Fussie cat wet can food.
I try not to feed strays with anything with fish since it will lead to dreaded UT problems.

I know Bistro Cat and Burp Premium have one that is purely chicken. You can get those.
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Old 14-10-2010, 01:56 PM   #63
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I try not to feed strays with anything with fish since it will lead to dreaded UT problems.

I know Bistro Cat and Burp Premium have one that is purely chicken. You can get those.
I just checked.. all small can size onli.

Defenitely cost is a veri big factor..
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Old 14-10-2010, 09:06 PM   #64
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I just checked.. all small can size onli.

Defenitely cost is a veri big factor..
Yeah I know. The cheapo brands have lots of fish as an ingredient due to runoffs from overfishing.
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Old 20-10-2010, 01:54 AM   #65
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Bought some Solid Gold Indigo Moon to try on my cats. Most them seem to like it. Strange thing is they look & smell the same as Taste of the Wild. Almost like some kind of OEM product. However, Solid Gold has higher protein levels.

largest bag of Solid Gold Indigo Moon 6.8kg is around $60. That works out to $8.82/kg.

Cheapo, killer brands like Friskies, Whiskas works out to almost $6/kg bought from NTUC.

No doubt im comparing a large discounted bag versus small bags from NTUC. But the point is you can provide very much superior quality dry food at only slightly higher cost if you plan for the long term. Most people feeding Friskies, Whiskas and such usually just buy small bags after bags.

Compared to other costly killer foods like Iams & royal canin it is definitely time to make a change.





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Old 21-10-2010, 11:48 AM   #66
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my cat gets bored of the same dry food after a while. i was using natural balance then taste of the wild and then nutragold. she jsut prefer the newer brand everytime.
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Old 16-11-2010, 09:04 PM   #67
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I just switched over from Science Diet to SolidGold Indigo Moon a few months back, and I can safely say I'm not going back to SciDiet! But it's quite difficult to buy Solid Gold Indigo Moon in sg.. Ordering online would be the safest bet
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Old 17-11-2010, 11:42 AM   #68
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Feeding my gerls a mixture of
Wellness Core,
http://www.wellnesspetfood.com/categ...?pet=cat&cat=2

& Pronature Holistic
http://www.pronature.ca/holistic/products.php
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Old 17-11-2010, 01:30 PM   #69
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Feeding my gerls a mixture of
Wellness Core,
http://www.wellnesspetfood.com/categ...?pet=cat&cat=2

& Pronature Holistic
http://www.pronature.ca/holistic/products.php
how is pronature? PLC quite pro on it, as they start to retreat on fish for cats
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Old 17-11-2010, 01:46 PM   #70
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how is pronature? PLC quite pro on it, as they start to retreat on fish for cats
So far so good, my gerls love it more than the wellness core.. Smells better, tastier i would say.. Their appetite for Pronature is better compared to the Wellness core.. I do notice that they are more active now.. They are only on their 2nd bag so i can't say for sure.. I'm still looking around for its reviews though..
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Old 17-11-2010, 02:10 PM   #71
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ok thanks for the response. my cat seems to love food from sample packets more cos its a brand new taste each time.

now trying solid gold but once i make it her staple, she tend not to finish all her food....she seems to like addiction as well as royal canin sample packs too.
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ok thanks for the response. my cat seems to love food from sample packets more cos its a brand new taste each time.

now trying solid gold but once i make it her staple, she tend not to finish all her food....she seems to like addiction as well as royal canin sample packs too.
No problem..
As per usual, fussy ****ies.. LOL..
Correct me if i'm wrong, but isn't RC is quite high in sodium content.. I used to feed them RC for kittens.. Decided to stop & find a healthier option..
Have you tried Wellness Core sample packs?
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Old 17-11-2010, 03:04 PM   #73
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No problem..
As per usual, fussy ****ies.. LOL..
Correct me if i'm wrong, but isn't RC is quite high in sodium content.. I used to feed them RC for kittens.. Decided to stop & find a healthier option..
Have you tried Wellness Core sample packs?
just the sample pack from the cat show.

used to feed natural balance, then nutrogold and then taste of the wild. she doesnt wanna eat taste of the wild now. now her staple is solid gold and she better eat them all!!

havent got wellness sample yet to try though.

but then again i think my cat will just eat any new sample packs!
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Old 29-11-2010, 05:42 PM   #74
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Greetings Everyone,

Just got a kitten not too long ago, its been 3months now, Tiger's (non-standard munchkin) 6months old.

I've been feeding him Solid Gold - Indigo moon + Royal Canin Indoor, as recommended by the breeder. Tiger doesnt have any problems finishing every bowl.

But I was recently in KL and I visited a pet store in Megamall Midvalley and the didn't have Solid Gold range of Cat food. Neither did they have Royal Canin - Indoor.

They did however, have Orijen and Royal Canin - Fit32 in 7kg packs. Interms of cost savings, man, its about 40% cheaper than most pet stores in SGP.

Question is, being a typical Kiasu and a little ignorant (interms of Cat nutrition), I'm afraid Tiger might not be receiving the same amount of nutrition as the Indigomoon+RoyalCaninIndoor combi. Do I need to Mix Orijen with Royal Canin- Fit32, or would Orijen itself be sufficient to cover a 6mth old kitten's nutritional requirements?

I would like to stick to Orijen since its has been recommened in this thread and I can save $$$ everytime I get it from Malaysia.
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Old 29-11-2010, 06:36 PM   #75
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has anyone bought from kohepets before?
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