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Old April 17th 16, 03:28 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.health+behav
Jane B
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Default Cats won't eat new Feline Caviar

I've been feeding my two cats Feline Caviar Vennison for over a year and they really like it. I just bought a new bag and they wouldn't touch it. When I read the ingredients I saw that the formula had changed. Also the shape of the food. Why the hell would they do that??

Anyway, I need to find another high quality dry food that they will both like. Of course they will happily eat the crap from the super market but I dont' want to give the that.

They also get wet food daily and I try to stick to Weruva, Natures Recipe, Wellness and Beyond, but they are so damned fussy it's not always easy.

Any suggestions? They used to eat Wellness Indoor dry food but I know that the quality of Wellness has gone down hill.

Anyone familiar with Fromme dry food?
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Old April 18th 16, 01:42 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.health+behav
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Default Cats won't eat new Feline Caviar

On Sunday, April 17, 2016 at 10:28:11 AM UTC-4, Jane B wrote:
I've been feeding my two cats Feline Caviar Vennison for over a year and they really like it. I just bought a new bag and they wouldn't touch it. When I read the ingredients I saw that the formula had changed. Also the shape of the food. Why the hell would they do that??

Anyway, I need to find another high quality dry food that they will both like. Of course they will happily eat the crap from the super market but I dont' want to give the that.

They also get wet food daily and I try to stick to Weruva, Natures Recipe, Wellness and Beyond, but they are so damned fussy it's not always easy.

Any suggestions? They used to eat Wellness Indoor dry food but I know that the quality of Wellness has gone down hill.

Anyone familiar with Fromme dry food?


I feed mine Instinct Chicken Meal Formula. They like it. My Petfood store often gives you little bags to try out new food on your cats. Maybe you can ask in your store.
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Old May 7th 16, 04:13 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.health+behav
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My cats eat 9 lives indoor complete they love it it has all the nurtrience indoor cats need
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Old May 8th 16, 07:55 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.health+behav
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Default Cats won't eat new Feline Caviar

I feed high-quality dry food and provide at least two water sources. That
problem reinforces the idea that I should feed more than one type of food.
That way, if any one maker radically changes its formula, my cats will be
ready to use the other food. Of course wet food has benefits, but that's one
benefit of dry food, it's easy to mix and feed.
 




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