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Best Answer carolynkaye says
Thanks so much for sharing the info.
Melissa A Smith says
I checked it out on Amazon and it was shockingly pricey. I think I would have to start making money on HP before buying that one :-). But maybe one day I'll splurge on it. Thanks for sharing.
Yes, unfortunately meat raised in pastures is going to be high up there. I hope it can come down in the future. Acana is made by the same company and is a little cheaper.
Ok, I will check them out as well. Yes the price of quality meat is high. I try to buy meat local when I can and it can be pricey. I might have to just start sharing the meat I buy for myself with them :-). Thanks again!
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Thanks, I have given them both cooked and raw meat. I notice one cat prefers raw and one prefers cooked. I also noticed that one has some scabs (no bald spots though). I wonder if its an allergy to their current food? Possibly like your cat. mmmm
I'm probably worrying too much and spending too much on cat food :-). They're like my furry children. I have tried Purina I forget why we switched from that. But its a good alternative than the pricey stuff. Thanks for sharing