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Unread 04-14-2007   #1 (permalink)
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I currently have a six-and-a-half year old cat, and I'll be getting a kitten within the next few weeks. My cat currently eats Purina Cat Chow and has done so for 5 1/2 years (as a kitten he ate Purina Kitten Chow, and switched over to the Cat Chow formula with no problems). What type of cat food should I feed them that will cater to both an older cat and a kitten? Preferably, I'd like to stick to the Purina brand so my cat won't be too concerned by the change in foods.
 
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Don't buy cat food right now. Due to the pet food scare. Most of the food is contaminated. Try buying fish or salmon for your cat. Cook it, grill it and your cat will be VERY happy.
 
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I am so glad you asked. So many so called "name-brands" are highly dangerous to your pet. Why? Here is a great link that contains a list of dangerous toxins, preservatives and by products that are in most pet foods except for Life's Abundance, Blue Food, Ultra, Wysong, Newmans Own: http://iml.jou.ufl.edu/projects/Spri.../chemicals.htm If you would like to sign for my free pet newsletter (is only an option) please email me with a yes and any questions at: breederspecialist@yahoo.com. This is what comes with my newsletter:Learn the Truth About Pet Food and Vaccinations and be amazed at how you can help you animal companion live a betterlife. It's in very easy to read format and take only 2-5 minutes to read. Your free to email and questions about your pet. Your also free to email comments. This April you can test out the newsletter for free anddecide if you want to keep it throughout April 21st. If you decidethat you will keep it on April 21st, you will pay a low cost of 2$ a month (through paypal or by cash). Here is what you get with this Premiunt accout.1. Email any questions about your pets, get an answer in 12 hours orless.2. Daily tips to keep your pets healthy, even through old age.3. You will be free to change your mind about the emails or add ananimal to learn more about.4. A email newsletter with recipes, articles, tips, and training for your pet! Thank you, Beverly
 
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there are certain foods like that just ask your vet which one is most suitable for your cat. DO NOT FEED HIM FANCY FEAST IT IS TERRIBLE FOR CATS AND CAN RESULT IN DEATH, I HAVE HAD IT HAPPEN MY VET CONFIRMED THAT THE FANCY FEAST WAS KILLING HIM
 
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Your new kitten should eat the Kitten Chow from purina... it has ingredients in it that helps the kitten grow. You could maybe feed them separetly until the kitten can go on the cat chow... if that wont work, you could mix some of the kitten chow together with the cat chow. I would call purina and ask them what you should do.go to purina.com for more information..good luck with the new kitten!!!
 
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