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Old 11-02-2016, 05:58 PM   #391
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Anyone heard of "Professional Menu"? For the life of me, I can't find any info on this brand except here. And I can't read chinese... Can anyone comment on the ingredient and nutritional value? Or what the website says? Please. I have flavour 1, 4, 5 and 6.

Also what is the white stuff...? Is it the food gone bad? :/ Pics in spoiler

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Old 15-02-2016, 02:07 PM   #392
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Thanks for the replies

Anyone heard of "Professional Menu"? For the life of me, I can't find any info on this brand except here. And I can't read chinese... Can anyone comment on the ingredient and nutritional value? Or what the website says? Please. I have flavour 1, 4, 5 and 6.

Also what is the white stuff...? Is it the food gone bad? :/ Pics in spoiler

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this is not bad, though i would avoid carrageenan as studies have linked that ingredient to cancer for pets. i'm also quite wary if it specifically says not for human consumption, which can imply that the meat used aren't human-grade meat. i wouldn't worry about the white stuff, i've seen if before in Nutripe. most like it's part of the tripe or animal fat
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Old 16-02-2016, 04:59 PM   #393
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this is not bad, though i would avoid carrageenan as studies have linked that ingredient to cancer for pets. i'm also quite wary if it specifically says not for human consumption, which can imply that the meat used aren't human-grade meat. i wouldn't worry about the white stuff, i've seen if before in Nutripe. most like it's part of the tripe or animal fat
thank you im more at ease. the white stuff really worried me cause it seems her body heats up when she eats this canned food.
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Old 27-02-2016, 01:52 AM   #394
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I'm getting my first kitten in a month time and would like to seek help by experienced cat owners here
After doing my research, I have decided to feed Solid Gold Indigo Moon and Fussie Cat Premium Grain-Free for my cats when they are 1 year old.
But till they are 1 year old, what kitten food do you recommend? I would love to feed my cats Orijen but it is really out of my budget T_T
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Old 27-02-2016, 11:45 AM   #395
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Hello!

I'm getting my first kitten in a month time and would like to seek help by experienced cat owners here
After doing my research, I have decided to feed Solid Gold Indigo Moon and Fussie Cat Premium Grain-Free for my cats when they are 1 year old.
But till they are 1 year old, what kitten food do you recommend? I would love to feed my cats Orijen but it is really out of my budget T_T
Thanks in advance!
how many months would ur kitten be? there is no need to wait till 1yr. once kitten is 2-3mths should be consuming proper wet/dry food and u can start kitten on diet with more protein. but its safe to do so when kitten starts to learn eating. not many can afford orijen. but for a single kitten you of cos can afford to give better spend better than some of us who have multicats. brands like wellness and holistic brands grain free brands are all good enough. just try to avoid brands that are packaged so nicely and marketed so well but has corn, fillers as main ingredients.
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Old 27-02-2016, 02:45 PM   #396
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how many months would ur kitten be? there is no need to wait till 1yr. once kitten is 2-3mths should be consuming proper wet/dry food and u can start kitten on diet with more protein. but its safe to do so when kitten starts to learn eating. not many can afford orijen. but for a single kitten you of cos can afford to give better spend better than some of us who have multicats. brands like wellness and holistic brands grain free brands are all good enough. just try to avoid brands that are packaged so nicely and marketed so well but has corn, fillers as main ingredients.
I will be getting my first cat in March when she is 2 months old. My second cat will arrive in June, so total I will be feeding 2 kittens. I'm not sure which kitten food is the best for value yet. Maybe need to take a trip to the pet shop for comparison.
What do you think of Royal Canin Kitten, Touch of Heavens for Kittens, Science Diet Kitten and IAMS Kitten & Junior?

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Old 27-02-2016, 04:51 PM   #397
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I will be getting my first cat in March when she is 2 months old. My second cat will arrive in June, so total I will be feeding 2 kittens. I'm not sure which kitten food is the best for value yet. Maybe need to take a trip to the pet shop for comparison.
What do you think of Royal Canin Kitten, Touch of Heavens for Kittens, Science Diet Kitten and IAMS Kitten & Junior?

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i suppose u buying certain breeds and waiting for their arrival thru breeders? why not try adopting a stray of your liking. your choice since its around two decades of commitment.

only go for solid gold in this case. royal canin causes many cases of fur shredding lately. iams full of fillers and not quality enough. science diet ingredients could be better for its price and has corn.

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Old 27-02-2016, 05:57 PM   #398
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i suppose u buying certain breeds and waiting for their arrival thru breeders? why not try adopting a stray of your liking. your choice since its around two decades of commitment.

only go for solid gold in this case. royal canin causes many cases of fur shredding lately. iams full of fillers and not quality enough. science diet ingredients could be better for its price and has corn.
Agree with JasK on all counts.
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i suppose u buying certain breeds and waiting for their arrival thru breeders? why not try adopting a stray of your liking. your choice since its around two decades of commitment.

only go for solid gold in this case. royal canin causes many cases of fur shredding lately. iams full of fillers and not quality enough. science diet ingredients could be better for its price and has corn.
I thought of adopting at first but most of the fosterer/adoption organization requires house visit and I'm uncomfortable with that.
Solid Gold Touch of Heaven in this case is the best? They have whole grain brown rice in the main ingredient, it's fine for kittens?
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Old 27-02-2016, 10:43 PM   #400
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I thought of adopting at first but most of the fosterer/adoption organization requires house visit and I'm uncomfortable with that.
Solid Gold Touch of Heaven in this case is the best? They have whole grain brown rice in the main ingredient, it's fine for kittens?
if u ask me, its fine cuz other than brown rice all other ingredients are good enough despite it not being grain free. But why not just go for indigo moon, its grain free. my kittens grew up on indigo moon and orijen (for dry food) hen i took them in at about 3-4 months old. u will never go wrong with indigo moon. read up reviews all over and its their main product and test and tried by cat owners all over the world. touch of heaven is under their newer 2015 released favour so its similar to their tried and tested katz and frocken which is lamb meat based with rice, solid gold's two main solid older dry food product.
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Old 27-02-2016, 10:56 PM   #401
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I thought of adopting at first but most of the fosterer/adoption organization requires house visit and I'm uncomfortable with that.
Solid Gold Touch of Heaven in this case is the best? They have whole grain brown rice in the main ingredient, it's fine for kittens?
there are many other places you can adopt. my first two cat, my white and my grey females, i adopted thru a adoption forum and i went to this harvay norman warehouse (where they had a few unsterilized adults and about 6-8 kittens) to see and choose them. my next two were from a facebook cat group where the owner couldnt keep them after getting a warning letter (my guess is they allowed their cats to roam), when i took in 3rd n 4th from them both were about six months.

the house visits and other criterias are there to ensure serious and proper adoption practice according to cws since there are many cases of abandonment.

for wet food, some swear by grain free and quality wet food or even raw etc but so long as it is not a brand that contains fillers and has main meat ingredients listed as meat-by-products or any kind of by products is fine to me. but i prefer certain brands to others, some are liked by my cats, some for their quality.

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Old 01-03-2016, 10:16 AM   #402
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why not just feed a balanced raw diet? Commercial food do make your cats sick
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Old 01-03-2016, 10:25 AM   #403
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why not just feed a balanced raw diet? Commercial food do make your cats sick
sorry but your last sentence shows how much you may be biased against commercial food. also shows a lack of understanding and a silly remark. terming commercial food with such a comment is too general, everything is commercialised now, be it quality or inferior. even certain raw diet brands are commercialised.

if you advocate a good raw diet, it make more sense giving proper advise and suggestion then to open your mouth and make yourself look foolish by terming everything else out of your raw diet prospective as Bad.
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Old 05-03-2016, 03:01 PM   #404
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Hi all.
I have 2 packs of 6.8kg Orijen Cat and Kitten to let go for $85 each pack.
Please PM if you are interested. Thank you.
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Old 20-03-2016, 10:22 AM   #405
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Hi all.
I have 2 packs of 6.8kg Orijen Cat and Kitten to let go for $85 each pack.
Please PM if you are interested. Thank you.
Hi still available? Cant seem to pm u.
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