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royal canin indoor

Post by Jepo » Fri, 21 Dec 2001 14:55:37



Comments on this cat food?

If you have tried, or know, which is better:  indoor, or regular?

Thanks!!

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Post by flea » Sat, 22 Dec 2001 08:28:41


Spookily enough, I just bought a bag of the indoor to try today.... not
opened it yet, so any info would be great...

Love flea

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Post by Jepo » Sat, 22 Dec 2001 15:42:47


Wow - that is a coincidence!  Well, it seems to be popular with our two
(coming off kitten royal canin) - they are gobbling it up like the pigs they
are without a blink of the eye that it's a different shape, color and
presumably taste.  So maybe I'll just keep them on indoor unless I find out
regular is better or something...

But if it makes their poo less stinky, then that'd be a huge plus!!

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> Spookily enough, I just bought a bag of the indoor to try today.... not
> opened it yet, so any info would be great...

> Love flea

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Post by J Greav » Sat, 22 Dec 2001 18:12:50


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>Subject: Re: royal canin indoor

>Date: 20.12.01 23:28 GMT Standard Time

>Spookily enough, I just bought a bag of the indoor to try today.... not
>opened it yet, so any info would be great...

>Love flea

My lot get the Persian formula, as it's the only food that doesn't upset Izzi's
delicate stomach. It also has the 'non-smelly' formula.

Adrian, unfortunately, found out all about this when he found a stray turdling
on the sofa where he was sitting. It must have stuck to Fenda's long hair, and
been transported into the living room. It wasn't smelly at all, which is why he
didn't notice it at first.

He is now campaigning for a 'smelly poo' food option for long haired cats.

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Post by Hairbal » Sun, 23 Dec 2001 04:16:12




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>If you have tried, or know, which is better:  indoor, or regular?

I have used it as it seemed to be the only was to make Melly
appreciate dry food :)

I have never used Regular, though, so I can't tell you which is
better. Indoors is not better than Persian, but I can't really tell
about Regular.

NOw, I have gradually switched back to Persian. The reasons:

1. Indoor doesn't come in huge packs, and 2kg only lasts 3 weeks with
three cats.

2. odour control seems to be the only plus... I haven't noticed a
difference!

3. Nutritionally speaking Persian is better

On the other hand, I have never seen such a palatable dry food as
Indoors! Cats LOVE it :)

CIAO
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Post by Frank Ca » Sun, 23 Dec 2001 15:23:46



Quote:
> My lot get the Persian formula, as it's the only food that doesn't upset
Izzi's
> delicate stomach. It also has the 'non-smelly' formula.

> Adrian, unfortunately, found out all about this when he found a stray
turdling
> on the sofa where he was sitting. It must have stuck to Fenda's long hair,
and
> been transported into the living room. It wasn't smelly at all, which is
why he
> didn't notice it at first.

> He is now campaigning for a 'smelly poo' food option for long haired cats.

ROFL!

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