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Old 01-03-2011, 12:48 PM   #121
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Can you check the price for Solid Gold Indigo Moon, 15lbs (6.8kg) also.

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Old 01-03-2011, 02:35 PM   #122
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online shops?

Anybody can recommend any online shops for cat food?

I'm currently using kohepets.com; they are cheaper than PLC but they tend to be slower in their delivery and sometimes no stock which can lead to quite a long wait.
Wondering if there are any other online shops?

Used to be feeding my cats (both senior cats) Royal Canin Indoor Mature, but after awhile, noticed that 1 of the cats was getting much fatter and the other cat came down with some bladder stones.

Have recently changed to Wellness for Indoor Cats, it's more exp but the fatter cat did visibly slim down. Sigh, cat food costing me a bomb!!
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Old 01-03-2011, 02:35 PM   #123
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Can you check the price for Solid Gold Indigo Moon, 15lbs (6.8kg) also.

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Yeah, got it. But not so fast though cos i wouldn't be going permas jaya till end of month.
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Old 02-03-2011, 03:29 AM   #124
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Anybody can recommend any online shops for cat food?

I'm currently using kohepets.com; they are cheaper than PLC but they tend to be slower in their delivery and sometimes no stock which can lead to quite a long wait.
Wondering if there are any other online shops?

Used to be feeding my cats (both senior cats) Royal Canin Indoor Mature, but after awhile, noticed that 1 of the cats was getting much fatter and the other cat came down with some bladder stones.

Have recently changed to Wellness for Indoor Cats, it's more exp but the fatter cat did visibly slim down. Sigh, cat food costing me a bomb!!
For online, this one is quite good.

http://thewaterdish.com.sg

i think there's a remark on them at the start of this thread.

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Old 20-05-2011, 12:09 AM   #125
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hi,
i just read about cat food within this thread and is really shocked to see poor quality food and tortured animal testing.

just like to ask all bros, where can i get
Solid Gold - Indigo Moon Holistic,
Taste of the wild -Rocky Mountain Feline and
Wellness Core

feed wet food/fresh meat, what are recommended?

sorry to paste a link but please help me confirm.
http://www.doggyfriend.com.sg/Wellne...at_p_3008.html
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Old 20-05-2011, 12:14 PM   #126
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i now finally managed to get all my cats to eat solid gold indigo moon.


ken_nuff: U can buy the Solid Gold indigo moon at Polypets sunsetway.

Here's their address:
Blk 109 Clementi St 11 (off Sunset Way)
#01-29 Singapore 120109
Tel: 6779 5309


I usually buy the 15 lbs pack(6.8kg). If cash n carry - the price is $59.50. If home delivery means is ard $63++ . But for home delivery the orders must be above $80.
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Old 25-05-2011, 01:47 AM   #127
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i now finally managed to get all my cats to eat solid gold indigo moon.


ken_nuff: U can buy the Solid Gold indigo moon at Polypets sunsetway.

Here's their address:
Blk 109 Clementi St 11 (off Sunset Way)
#01-29 Singapore 120109
Tel: 6779 5309


I usually buy the 15 lbs pack(6.8kg). If cash n carry - the price is $59.50. If home delivery means is ard $63++ . But for home delivery the orders must be above $80.
hmmm ~
thats a bit far, thanks tho; how your cats react to indigo moon?
now looking for Taste of the wild & Orijen Cat & Kitten.
anyone feed their cat Orijen in SG?
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Old 25-05-2011, 10:13 AM   #128
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how about canned food ? which one is recommended ? the fussie cat (big can) one seems value for money with real pieces of pilchards or other fish
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Old 25-05-2011, 02:56 PM   #129
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how about canned food ? which one is recommended ? the fussie cat (big can) one seems value for money with real pieces of pilchards or other fish

Fussie, aristocat, and such are all very saltish. I think all form the same factories in Thailand, just branded differently like OEM. The canned food from the corresponding better brands like wellness, addiction, solid good are much better. Try to have less fish, esp tuna for cats if possible, fish is not their staple diet.

Pet food is really worth how much you are paying for it. Could end up with hefty medical bills.
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Fussie, aristocat, and such are all very saltish. I think all form the same factories in Thailand, just branded differently like OEM. The canned food from the corresponding better brands like wellness, addiction, solid good are much better. Try to have less fish, esp tuna for cats if possible, fish is not their staple diet.

Pet food is really worth how much you are paying for it. Could end up with hefty medical bills.
not being crude but how u know its salty ah ?
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not being crude but how u know its salty ah ?
Just taste a bit & spit out lor. Other experienced cat owners told me intially, and i verified it myself. As with with dry food also.
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just got 4kg orijen at polypets ...55 bucks
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Old 03-06-2011, 10:22 AM   #133
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After reviewing the entire thread. It seems like the Canadian pet food companies are doing something right be it canned food or dry food.

I fed my cat GO! Natural and he takes to it easily. Pronatural and Orijen are Canadian pet food companies as well.
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hmmm ~
thats a bit far, thanks tho; how your cats react to indigo moon?
now looking for Taste of the wild & Orijen Cat & Kitten.
anyone feed their cat Orijen in SG?
me.. i'm feeding my cats orijens cats and kittens
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Old 03-06-2011, 12:33 PM   #135
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Eh? Now got new "Wiki" for cats called Felipedia! Below is an entry to raw meat diet.

http://www.felipedia.org/~felipedi/w...all_meat_diets
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