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Old January 14th, 2011, 12:55 PM
beckiandthetrio beckiandthetrio is offline
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High-quality dry food question

Hi all,

I know this has probably been asked a million times before but I couldn't find what I was looking for on the search button.

I volunteer for a local rescue and have gotten quite involved. In the past I have done research for my own kitties regarding food so this is where this is stemming from.

Does anyone know where I could find a list of good quality DRY cat food? I know wet is best and its what I feed my babies but the rescue in all reality can not afford the large bill! They currently feed RC now and encourage adopters to use this too. I am in a postion to educate them and change the RC for something better but not more expensive, kwim?

Thanks in advance for any help or links you can send me
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~~~~~~~Becki~~~~~~
Mom to:
Panda (DSH) 7 years old (diagnosed with fibrosarcoma and mega colon) RIP baby 12-23-10
Zoey (DSH) 7 years old (healthy)
Janie (DSH) 5 years old (liver failure but recovered)

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Numerous kittens

http://www.orphananimalrescue.org/
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