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Wysong Nurture Kitten Formula Dry Cat Food

Wysong Nurture Kitten Formula Dry Cat Food

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    My Kitten Approves

    By minnie on Sep 17, 2018

    I purchased this for my new kitten and she really likes it, I put a bowl of this out along with the food from the breeder and she ate this first. The kibble is tiny and perfect for a kitten.

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    DO. NOT. BUY.

    By dana on May 13, 2020

    First ingredient is chicken MEAL, 3rd ingredient is turkey MEAL. meal is the scraps of what’s left of the animal when they have already used the rest for other things. It’s a filler and it’s not natural, or healthy. There’s also a lot of sulfates. Please read labels before buying for your pets!

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    Kitties Wouldn't Eat It

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    I have been fostering and rescuing cats for many years. In the past, when I have bottle fed kittens, I transition them to solid food by soaking the dry kibble in the KMR milk replacer. This kibble is very hard and does not soften in liquid. In addition to that, considering a kitten's tiny teeth and delicate digestive system, I am concerned that it may be difficult to eat/digest. I used to use Purina Kitten Chow, which all kittens loved and made a lovely mash for the tween-agers, but I have upgraded all my pets to higher quality feeds, and hoped to do so with my bottle fed kittens, as well. The kittens won't touch the food, and I can't soften it for them. I attempted to do so, but they just drank I have been fostering and rescuing cats for many years. In the past, when I have bottle fed kittens, I transition them to solid food by soaking the dry kibble in the KMR milk replacer. This kibble is very hard and does not soften in liquid. In addition to that, considering a kitten's tiny teeth and delicate digestive system, I am concerned that it may be difficult to eat/digest. I used to use Purina Kitten Chow, which all kittens loved and made a lovely mash for the tween-agers, but I have upgraded all my pets to higher quality feeds, and hoped to do so with my bottle fed kittens, as well. The kittens won't touch the food, and I can't soften it for them. I attempted to do so, but they just drank the milk around it. I was pretty disappointed with the food. I did give it 3 stars for the quality ingredients, and consideration that other cats may very well find it palatable. Unfortunately, I have to try something different. … more

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