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Old May 6th, 2006, 03:04 PM
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Fussy Cats

Ok, trying to switch my three cats to felidae. They wher on hills T/D. I did the whole slowly introduce them and gradually make the switch but they just picked out the TD the last going off. Now the last few days they've pretty much turned their noses up to the Felidae. Do I just stay stern and figure they'll eat or they starve or mix some TD back in again?
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Old May 6th, 2006, 03:30 PM
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Scott,I tried my 3 cats on Felidae and many others until I found one they liked.
Cats can literally starve themselves sick,so be careful,they have to eat.
My cats get canned food twice a day(split a small can 3-ways),so chances are they would not starve,but if you feed only dry,IMO not recommended because of UTI etc..it has to be something they like.
They are not really fussy,not anymore than you or I if we don't like our food
I would get sample-packages at your pet-food store,before I get any big bag of anything.
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