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Old 20-02-2011, 06:10 PM   #106
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have anyone tried avoderm cat food before?
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Old 24-02-2011, 03:41 AM   #107
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i think its average as a dry cat food. Probably need to mix with other forms of food in their diet. But certainly better than friskies & hill's science diet stuff
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Old 24-02-2011, 02:28 PM   #108
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am typing this with a concern. raw meat is good for cats, enzymes & nutritional values are intact. Caution to give it straight to the cat from the freezer. convenience for you but bad for the liver of the cat. one of my cats suffers fits after eating cold meat. my fault as I haven't thawed it properly in the hot water. Now I cut lines on the meat to make sure heat goes inside the meat - thaw the meat inside out.

I email to a holistic vet in U.S. and he agrees cold food can harm the liver of a cat & the 'fit episode' my cat suffers is not unusual.

catluver> hope it's not too late, can you call pet station to inquire about solid gold? my cats have tried the purple/lamb pack.
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Old 24-02-2011, 05:19 PM   #109
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Theres one pet shop opposite temasek poly. Sells pet food very cheaply. Check it out. Thats where i go to buy my pet food.
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Old 25-02-2011, 04:05 AM   #110
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Buy either from 'The waterdish' or polypet. I patronise both of them. Waterdish is run by some students & strictly online purchase & deliver to house. Polypet is at Sunset Way, Clementi.

Avoid Pet Station & Pet Lover's centre. Especially Pet station, who uses breeding dogs & sells animals with disregard. There have been several complaints about them concerning animal abuse issues.
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Old 25-02-2011, 04:08 AM   #111
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am typing this with a concern. raw meat is good for cats, enzymes & nutritional values are intact. Caution to give it straight to the cat from the freezer. convenience for you but bad for the liver of the cat. one of my cats suffers fits after eating cold meat. my fault as I haven't thawed it properly in the hot water. Now I cut lines on the meat to make sure heat goes inside the meat - thaw the meat inside out.

I email to a holistic vet in U.S. and he agrees cold food can harm the liver of a cat & the 'fit episode' my cat suffers is not unusual.

catluver> hope it's not too late, can you call pet station to inquire about solid gold? my cats have tried the purple/lamb pack.
Actually this should be quite obvious but many people don't realize. The point of feeding raw or barf is to mimick a cats natural diet in the wild as closely as possible. Im sure they don't eat frozen or cold food in the wild.
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Old 25-02-2011, 08:55 AM   #112
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am typing this with a concern. raw meat is good for cats, enzymes & nutritional values are intact. Caution to give it straight to the cat from the freezer. convenience for you but bad for the liver of the cat. one of my cats suffers fits after eating cold meat. my fault as I haven't thawed it properly in the hot water. Now I cut lines on the meat to make sure heat goes inside the meat - thaw the meat inside out.

I email to a holistic vet in U.S. and he agrees cold food can harm the liver of a cat & the 'fit episode' my cat suffers is not unusual.

catluver> hope it's not too late, can you call pet station to inquire about solid gold? my cats have tried the purple/lamb pack.
i went to polypets last week and bot 1 big pack of Solid Gold indigo Moon. My stray cats love it. At home 2 of my cats will eat it occasionally.

Original price was $79.90. If home delivery will be 20% discount. but carry on the spot is 25% discount. I just cash and carry, and it cost me $59.20 i think. Also i asked the uncle to pack into smaller pack for me.
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Old 25-02-2011, 09:11 AM   #113
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I posted earlier somewhere in this thread.

To answer your question, yes, it is cheaper to buy dry cat food i malaysia. However, I've only found and purchased dryfood from a pet store in Megamall mid valley, Kuala lumpur.

Any forumers here know of any pet stores in Johore bahru, can share the place and address? Coz I dont travel to KL that frequently.
Yeah ... cat and dog food in JB is cheaper. But i will advise against buying those from the supermarket as usually, they carry lower grade food.

In JB, i usually drive to Permas Jaya, there is quite a big pet shop there plus various vet nearby. Sorry, i don't remember the name of the shop but I will get the name card in my next trip there.

Nearer to causeway would be one near Leisure Mall, EVO, with a green signboard. He has beautiful chiwawa in his shop.

Both are friendly and can give good advise. They carry most major brand you find in SG. Price wise is definately much cheaper than SG. But do note that custom has a restriction on the amount of dog/cat food you can bring to SG.
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Old 25-02-2011, 01:00 PM   #114
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yowzer> agree.

catlurver> if cab fare does not eat up the saving, cash n carry is fine.
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Old 28-02-2011, 08:49 PM   #115
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sian! bought the raw pet grade food from BH freshfood but my cat isnt interested to eat it. odd though cos he ate raw beef before (which he stole when i was chopping hahaha)

how to make him eat it ah? i mixed with his dry food but he lick lick only.
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Old 28-02-2011, 11:12 PM   #116
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Yeah ... cat and dog food in JB is cheaper. But i will advise against buying those from the supermarket as usually, they carry lower grade food.

In JB, i usually drive to Permas Jaya, there is quite a big pet shop there plus various vet nearby. Sorry, i don't remember the name of the shop but I will get the name card in my next trip there.

Nearer to causeway would be one near Leisure Mall, EVO, with a green signboard. He has beautiful chiwawa in his shop.

Both are friendly and can give good advise. They carry most major brand you find in SG. Price wise is definately much cheaper than SG. But do note that custom has a restriction on the amount of dog/cat food you can bring to SG.
does it carry orijen?

i know that AVA banned meat product from malaysia, pet food not considered?
sian! bought the raw pet grade food from BH freshfood but my cat isnt interested to eat it. odd though cos he ate raw beef before (which he stole when i was chopping hahaha)

how to make him eat it ah? i mixed with his dry food but he lick lick only.
give him small amounts. yours big cat riaos, picky with food. try giving lesser of the dry food and introduce a bit of the raw food
how do u guys deal with kitty poop? i have 2 kittens at home and they **** and play at the same area wtf
do you have litter pan?
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Old 28-02-2011, 11:48 PM   #117
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btw BH freshfood really damn ulu. got lost trying to find it omg~
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Old 01-03-2011, 12:33 AM   #118
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btw BH freshfood really damn ulu. got lost trying to find it omg~
first time like that ba.. but its damn easy if driving, just go by jalan boon lay, turn into chin bee dr, then turn into chin bee crescent den reach le
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Old 01-03-2011, 12:36 AM   #119
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first time like that ba.. but its damn easy if driving, just go by jalan boon lay, turn into chin bee dr, then turn into chin bee crescent den reach le
I took a bus which didnt stop anywhere near that place. lol
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Old 01-03-2011, 08:41 AM   #120
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does it carry orijen?
Let me check and confirm in my next trip there.
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