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Posted by: ross2k at Sun Mar 7 22:23:06 2004  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by ross2k ]  
   

Mikey is going to be a year old in a couple weeks. Shes been eating strictly dry food her whole life. I just got another bag of 10lbs of kitten kibble today. I was reading online at about.com that canned food is necessary for them. I thought otherwise? Anyhow I'm wondering if I should switch, or use both, or stick with dry food.

She is small, but robust for her size. I'm going to take her to the vet for a check up around her birthday, but I'm pretty sure she's doing great. She's very playful and active, and has never shown any signs of being unhealthy at all.

I don't mind the added expense or trouble of canned cat food, I just want to know whats best for the cat.


   

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