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Jane B
March 2nd 15, 03:12 PM
I got a sample of this food and my cats really love it. It's probably the only good quality dry food that they both like. I was wondering if there was any down side to this food other than the price, which is very steep.

I will probably mix it with Wellness Indoor since I really can't afford to feed them such an expensive food exclusively.

I also feed the Nature's Recipe wet food. It seems to be the only decent we food that they'll eat. They are SO fussy. I must have spent hundreds trying every good quality wet food, both organic, raw, etc. They only like the Nature's Recipe.

What do you think?

No point in asking my vet. They sell Science Diet and I already know I don't want to use that.

thanks

Sylvia M[_3_]
March 2nd 15, 05:59 PM
"Jane B" > wrote in message
...
>I got a sample of this food and my cats really love it. It's probably the
>only good quality dry food that they both like. I was wondering if there
>was any down side to this food other than the price, which is very steep.
>
> I will probably mix it with Wellness Indoor since I really can't afford
> to feed them such an expensive food exclusively.
>
> I also feed the Nature's Recipe wet food. It seems to be the only decent
> we food that they'll eat. They are SO fussy. I must have spent hundreds
> trying every good quality wet food, both organic, raw, etc. They only
> like the Nature's Recipe.
>
> What do you think?
>
> No point in asking my vet. They sell Science Diet and I already know I
> don't want to use that.
>
> thanks
>

So I went online and read about it. Looks healthy. I ended up buying the
4.4 pound bag of dry kibbles, BUT I'm only going to use it for Pit2nya's
nightly treat of 5 crunchies, and occasionally other times. So it will end
up costing me less than lotza few ounce Pouncie bags.

So I had to google where to buy, find a Pet supply that had a 20% discount
IF you sign in to periodic ordering. I did so after a "chat" letting me
know that I can cancel that at any time after the order is shipped,
Unfortunately the 20% off was just about cancelled out by the shipping
charge. No, there were no pet stores in my area in which to buy locally,
so no choice on that..

I guess that basically I'm glad I did order it, because it will be a good
thing for Pit2nya.... .... .... IF she likes it...if not it will be another
thing that goes to my daughter's cat!

Sylvia

Sylvia M[_3_]
March 4th 15, 02:15 AM
"Sylvia M" > wrote in message
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>
> "Jane B" > wrote in message
> ...
>>I got a sample of this food and my cats really love it. It's probably
>>the only good quality dry food that they both like. I was wondering if
>>there was any down side to this food other than the price, which is very
>>steep.
>>
>> I will probably mix it with Wellness Indoor since I really can't afford
>> to feed them such an expensive food exclusively.
>>
>> I also feed the Nature's Recipe wet food. It seems to be the only
>> decent we food that they'll eat. They are SO fussy. I must have spent
>> hundreds trying every good quality wet food, both organic, raw, etc.
>> They only like the Nature's Recipe.
>>
>> What do you think?
>>
>> No point in asking my vet. They sell Science Diet and I already know I
>> don't want to use that.
>>
>> thanks
>>
>
> So I went online and read about it. Looks healthy. I ended up buying
> the 4.4 pound bag of dry kibbles, BUT I'm only going to use it for
> Pit2nya's nightly treat of 5 crunchies, and occasionally other times. So
> it will end up costing me less than lotza few ounce Pouncie bags.
>
> So I had to google where to buy, find a Pet supply that had a 20%
> discount IF you sign in to periodic ordering. I did so after a "chat"
> letting me know that I can cancel that at any time after the order is
> shipped,
> Unfortunately the 20% off was just about cancelled out by the shipping
> charge. No, there were no pet stores in my area in which to buy locally,
> so no choice on that..
>
> I guess that basically I'm glad I did order it, because it will be a good
> thing for Pit2nya.... .... .... IF she likes it...if not it will be
> another thing that goes to my daughter's cat!
>
> Sylvia
It arrived today and when I offered some to Pit2nya, she seemed to like it.
The pellets are round, and smaller ,,, hmm... than my pinky nail,,
so I'll feed her a few as a treat rather than five. I transferred them out
of the sturdy bag into several airtight containers, since they'll last far
longer as a treat than regular 'kibbles' that she free-feeds on in addition
to 1/4 can of Friskies or 1/3 smaller can of Fancy Feast (thanks, Costco)
twice daily Now I'll go online and cancel scheduled delivery, because the
4.4 lbs will last way over 4 months.

I hope that someone finds this somewhat helpful.

Sylvia

Jane B
March 5th 15, 03:10 PM
I ended up ordering a bag from Petflow. Expensive, but if you're a first time buyer you should be able to find some pretty good coupon codes.

Anyway, my cats really like it. Hope it's as healthy as it sounds. About $49 for 12lbs was the cheapest I could find.