I recently adopted a cat from a foster home. I fill her cat dish with about 1/2 cup of Purina Kit Kaboodle. She will eat the whole thing, and then keeps meowing throughout the day, so I give her another 1/2 cup. Again, she tears up the whole thing. In the evening, she meows constantly, wanting more food. I've noticed on the bag, it has a lot of corn fillers and also has dyes. Do you have any suggestions on what brand of cat food I could use, where she would feel full? I've read some comments from hubbers that seem to like feeding their cats wet/canned food. I think I will try this with Gracie and see if that might help.
by deb douglas 8 years ago
I have a female (spayed) cat of about a year and a half old. My son recently had to move and I am keeping his cat a male about 6 or 7 years old for him for a wwhile, but don't know what the trick is to getting them to be friends. Right now they are staying in seperate rooms, and...
by wellnessguidesja 6 years ago
I need tips for keeping on track when I am about to overeat or eat the wrong thing.
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