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Amazon also has the 8-Oz Blue Buffalo Wilderness Chicken & Turkey Grain Free Cat Treats [amazon.com] on sale for $5.05 w/ S&S + Free Shipping.
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Amazon [amazon.com] has the 12-Oz Blue Buffalo Kitty Cravings Crunchy Cat Treats (Tuna) on sale for $4.75 when you checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free.

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Thanks for the healthy treats. Now I just need to find grain free INEXPENSIVE food of better quality than friskies or 9-lives. If anyone has suggestions please pass along for both canned and dry. Vet said feeding 9-live and meow mix is equivalent of us eating at mcdonalds every day. The meow mix ended up causing some health issues in both cats(rescue cats) when I had switched them to it.
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Thanks for the healthy treats. Now I just need to find grain free INEXPENSIVE food of better quality than friskies or 9-lives. If anyone has suggestions please pass along for both canned and dry. Vet said feeding 9-live and meow mix is equivalent of us eating at mcdonalds every day. The meow mix ended up causing some health issues in both cats(rescue cats) when I had switched them to it.
I researched the hell out of cat food years ago. There are a lot of decent brands but I ultimately settled on Authority (petsmart/chewy) exclusive. I like it because it comes in 5.5oz cans, has different options of consistency, and some different flavors. It is not bad cost wise. Also a vet had rated it quite well in her blog.
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I researched the hell out of cat food years ago. There are a lot of decent brands but I ultimately settled on Authority (petsmart/chewy) exclusive. I like it because it comes in 5.5oz cans, has different options of consistency, and some different flavors. It is not bad cost wise. Also a vet had rated it quite well in her blog.
Did you have any issues with getting your cat to transition to the new food? I tried some Aldi store brand cat food which also is supposed to be fairly good. It has no preservatives Etc. The cats are not fond of it to the point I've had to mix in some Nine Lives just to get them to eat it.
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Well my first cat would only eat the crappy Friskies at first. I tried all different types and what I learned is that she liked the shredded version, would eat the meaty bits if she were hungry, but would never touch pate. I would mix it 50/50 to start then wean off of the crappy stuff. I also add a few tablespoons of warm water to the wet food to ensure they get enough water. I have one cat that I adopted 10 years ago and I also have two ferals that I tamed and eventually decided that I had to keep them. They all eat 1/2 of a 5.5oz cat twice a day and about 1/8 cup of dry. I typically look for good deals on higher end dry foods and just stock up. Since I feed so little of dry it can really be anything. Remember one thing...the cheapest wet food is better than the most expensive dry food.
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Thanks for the healthy treats. Now I just need to find grain free INEXPENSIVE food of better quality than friskies or 9-lives. If anyone has suggestions please pass along for both canned and dry. Vet said feeding 9-live and meow mix is equivalent of us eating at mcdonalds every day. The meow mix ended up causing some health issues in both cats(rescue cats) when I had switched them to it.
Trader Joe's sells a brand called, 'bench and Fields holisitic'. It's a dry food brand and is only 6.99 a bag! I have also done a ton of research on cat food and ingredients (and still do) and it still amazes me that trader Joe's sells this for this price. The ingredients are good. IDK if urls are allowed here, but you can read more at bench and fields website on it. I also mix in to their food glucosamine, l lysine, fish oil, flax oil, probiotics, green mix, and sometimes nutritional yeast. I make a mix of this every 2 days and feed the dry food over the course of two days then make the mix again..the green mix I use is Wholistics. I used to be in the same boat as you, I fed junk to my cats, and I am thankful there is a cheaper brand like bench and field.

edit: I looked at bench and fields website, and they sell their food for 2 times more than what trader Joe's sells it for. I litterly bought a bag yesterday (3lbs) at trader Joe's for 6.99. so if you have a trader Joe's, go there.
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Trader Joe's sells a brand called, 'bench and Fields holisitic'. It's a dry food brand and is only 6.99 a bag! I have also done a ton of research on cat food and ingredients (and still do) and it still amazes me that trader Joe's sells this for this price. The ingredients are good. IDK if urls are allowed here, but you can read more at bench and fields website on it. I also mix in to their food glucosamine, l lysine, fish oil, flax oil, probiotics, green mix, and sometimes nutritional yeast. I make a mix of this every 2 days and feed the dry food over the course of two days then make the mix again..the green mix I use is Wholistics. I used to be in the same boat as you, I fed junk to my cats, and I am thankful there is a cheaper brand like bench and field.
Sadly there's not a Trader Joe's anywhere near me. We're just now getting an Aldi closer to me so it doesn't require a special trip to get to it.
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Thanks for the healthy treats. Now I just need to find grain free INEXPENSIVE food of better quality than friskies or 9-lives. If anyone has suggestions please pass along for both canned and dry. Vet said feeding 9-live and meow mix is equivalent of us eating at mcdonalds every day. The meow mix ended up causing some health issues in both cats(rescue cats) when I had switched them to it.
Try looking into 4health from TSC.
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There is a 40% off your first subscription order on the page now. I ordered the 12 oz tuna flavor and it came out to $2.75 after the 40% coupon and 5% 'get it sooner' S&S discount.
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There is a 40% off your first subscription order on the page now. I ordered the 12 oz tuna flavor and it came out to $2.75 after the 40% coupon and 5% 'get it sooner' S&S discount.
Nice! Unfortunately those 40% off coupons are YMMV so some people will see it, some won't. Looks like you were one of the lucky ones!
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Tuna, Chicken Meal, Brown Rice, Barley, Oatmeal, Peas, Chicken Fat, Natural Flavor, Glucono-Delta-Lactone, Potassium Chloride, preserved with Citric Acid and Mixed Tocopherols, Oil of Rosemary.
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Not a cheap option, but I've been giving the kids Nulo dry food with good results. I find that they tend to get constipated if I don't give them wet food daily, but with this dry food they are still pooping ok if Im out of wet food for a few days.
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My cats thank you. With the extra 40% off, it came to under $3 with the tax.
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