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Joe G

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my cat is very picky as she likes only certain types of food , one is called Happy cat and the is any dry iams product. dose anyone now of a better cat food that i may try to feed her. my cat is 6 1/2 years old.
 

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My vet told me that the best cat food brands are "Iams" and "Science Diet". I personally also consider "Triumph" and "Fancy Feast" good brands. You could try Science Diet and Triumph. I give my cats a mixture of the 3 brands (Iams, Triumph, and Science Diet), and sometimes I will get some other brands together with Fancy Feast, like "9 Lives" or "Friskies". I give them both canned and dry food of the above brands.

P.S. Have you ever tried Eukanuba's Food Pouches? If not, try one ... your cat will go crazy about it. My cats won't let me finish putting this food in their bowls that's how much they love it. Eukanuba is also a good brand. I think so is Whiskas. I guess it depends on what your cat likes. There are so many brands out there. However if you want to go with healthiest choices, vets usually recommend Iams and Science Diet.
 
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NO i have nevertried Eukanuba's Food Pouches, i have a half a bag of iams as son as that is done i will see if they sell any of those products at the local pet store.
i have a PET VALUE, PET SMART AND PETCETERA NEAR MY HOME .
 

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I don't know anything about Pet Value and Petcetera but Petsmart should definitely have any brand you'd like to buy. These are the Eukanuba Food Pouches I was talking about: .  Just get a few and see if your cat will like them, and if she does ... you'll have to start buying them on a regular basis, lol. I am 99% sure your cat will love it - I don't think there is a cat that doesn't love this food!
 

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unless they recently changed their policys IAMs has been cited numerous times for testing on cats and dogs.
(no I don't meen taste tests)
 

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Unfortunately, it is true.
Many shops are now refusing to stock IAMs products here in the UK.
The veterinary surgery I used to work for have been warning people against buying it for quite a while now.
 
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