Post by heartpawprints on Apr 17, 2013 19:54:46 GMT
I've not found Go Cat to be all that good. Mine tend to get very smelly wind with it, but the kitten version may be better. I am a big fan of Royal Canin and Almo Nature. I would also like to agree with comments that she is still a growing kitten and whilst I understand your fear that you don't want her to become fat, I think she is growing, she is using more energy and should be fed more. Also, do check how much you are putting down, when you said small amount, I worried, just incase it's too small, so weighing it as already suggested seems like a good idea. Keep an eye on her weight.
think I may be worrying over nothing as I can still feel her ribs with a thin layer of fat over them and still feel her back bones, she is a big cat tho, NOT fat just long and tall, she looks like a tom cat lol, as I've said she is on the new Go Cat I no everyone has a love it or hate it opinion, but I've spent many a long hour in the pet shop reading lables etc and it doesn't seem as bad as say whiskas dry food, there is much worse on the market lol
My youngest cat who is now just over 8 years old. Was always hungry and was always very thin. The vet said not to worry as she was healthy. I put it down to her being really active.
She still loves her food, will finish the bowl hours before my other cat and will ask for more (which she doesn't get). It has only been over the last few years that she has put a little weight on and feels like a normal size.
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