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RE: New kitten, whats the best food for him?

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Posted by: Fuzygupy at Sun Jul 10 11:50:34 2005  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Fuzygupy ]  
   

>>You, my dear are going to get as many answers as you do posts.

I have to agree with WildCat on this point so here is my 2 cent for what it's worth:

Personally I feed my pregnant/lactating queens and my kittens Purina One Kitten Growth and Devlopment dry food along with Friskies wet food (the loaf kind, never the shreded kind or chunky in gravy) Turkish Angora (Turkey) kittens are infamous for being hard to keep weight on since they are so highly active and tend to burn through a lot of calories. This combination seems to help them keep their weight nicely. When the kittens are old enough, usually about 8 months, I slowly (key word here *SLOWLY*) switch the kittens over to Purina One adult dry food (the chicken varity) by mixing it with the kitten food. I gradually increase the adult food in the mixture until the kitten food is eliminated from their diet thus avoiding upset tummies and all that. Hope this helps!

PURRS!!!!
Tricia
Da-Katz
Tonkinese &
Turkish Angoras


   

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