Speaking of new cat food

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Speaking of new cat food

Post by Chery » Mon, 25 Mar 2013 14:55:01




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> On Fri, 22 Mar 2013 21:09:22 +0000 (GMT), Judith Latham

>> As she doesn't
>> like human food, apart from the fish cooked in batter from the fish and
>> chip shop, (we buy an extra fish and she has the fish, we have the batter)
>> I try to give her different wet/dry foods and treats.

> GLyN doesn't like treats at all, but will eat a small piece of
> turkey or chicken lunch meat, but ONLY a small piece, then he
> goes back to his dry food.

Rhett is like that, too.  He mostly likes his crunchies but sometimes
likes canned.  I'm learning the flavors he likes so I can put it out
more.  I want him to eat canned food.  The treat he likes is Temptations.

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Speaking of new cat food

Post by Christina Websel » Tue, 26 Mar 2013 02:26:30



Quote:

>> On Fri, 22 Mar 2013 21:09:22 +0000 (GMT), Judith Latham

>>> As she doesn't
>>> like human food, apart from the fish cooked in batter from the fish and
>>> chip shop, (we buy an extra fish and she has the fish, we have the
>>> batter)
>>> I try to give her different wet/dry foods and treats.

>> GLyN doesn't like treats at all, but will eat a small piece of
>> turkey or chicken lunch meat, but ONLY a small piece, then he
>> goes back to his dry food.

> Rhett is like that, too.  He mostly likes his crunchies but sometimes
> likes canned.  I'm learning the flavors he likes so I can put it out more.
> I want him to eat canned food.  The treat he likes is Temptations.

I am fairly sure that wherever Boyfie came from he was used to dry food as
he loves it so much.  He gets wet food for his two meals and a little
sprinkle of dry at 10 pm as a treat.
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Speaking of new cat food

Post by Christina Websel » Tue, 26 Mar 2013 04:17:50



Quote:

> >> Sheba used to be packaged in little plastic square tins with foil
> >> that you peel off the top.  Was it still like that?  I haven't seen
> >> that food in years.

> > That one is commonly available in UK supermarkets.  It's very
> > expensive but the furries seem to like it.  I save it for a
> > special treat.  It's made by Mars in the UK, which presumably
> > means the ingredients could be from anywhere.

> Does it have sweetened, shredded coconut? :)

> --
> Joyce

No.  I think it was last year when I challenged them about their
ingredients.    They did at least reply.
I also mailed Bob Martin who also replied.  That was Boyfies treaties
straight into the garbage bin.