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Unread 03-31-2007   #1 (permalink)
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I'm doing an experiment to see what foods my cats like best. I don't know what foods I should feed my cats especially because so many cat foods are on the recall list.
 
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The Iams dry foods are still safe & that's what I use. My cats like it well enough.
 
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I feed my cat Purina cat chow although I'm afraid to feed them anything considering the recalls but then I'm afraid to eat any wheat products myself after all we get most of the wheat we eat from the same place that killed our pets
 
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Well, we used science diet because the vet reccomended it but with all the chaos about pet foods I would check what brands are still safe or not. Then you could ask a vet.
 
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Go for a high quality dry cat food. Dry foods sold in pet stores are not currently on the recall list (only one Science Diet prescription dry food from vets has been recalled). Plus dry food is better for their teeth.I am switching my dogs to a dry food not containing any wheat products since contaminated wheat gluten is the suspicious substance.
 
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Do not feed your cat commerical foods, unless it is raw and devoid of unneeded and dangerous grains and vegetative matter. A housecat is the same as a wildcat---hit the encylopedia, call zoos---and need RAW meat, raw bone and raw organ, in the proper proportions. Very easy to feed. No worries about food poisoning because a true carnivore's stomach makes loads of strong acids---it is a part of their evolution. Do some research and you won't be sorry. No veggies or fruits or grains. No dairy. I feed mine rabbit, quail, chicken thigh meat, turkey, lamb, duck. Her food costs are actually less than when I fed her "premium" foods. Check out rawfedcats.org and learn what many showcat owners do. In the meantime, look for high-quality canned food that do NOT contain any grains at all. Wysong and Wellness make some decent non-grain canned foods. No kibble is safe for cats and never has been. Kibble(dry) is almost always contaminated with amounts of fungus, molds and bacterias. This latest recall is not new.
 
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i would say Kit N' Kaboodles my cats eat it like crazy if they can. i fill it like every hour and then its all gone so i would really try to use that. TRY IT your cats will thank u for it.
 
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science diet.... my cats love it.
 
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Dry foods are always best for them. I feed my cats Innova. They have a regular adult foor and a reduced diet. I use the reduced diet since I have indoor only cats. They are also made with natural humane grade foods so they are not on the recall list.
 
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