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I just wondered if there was a cat food advisor like there is dog food? I need to improve my two cats diet. Also if anyone else has cats what do they feed them? Thanks


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Mine had Ziwi Peak for cats,James wellbeloved to a cats one as well.
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Not sure if you can get it but I feed
Weruva Can (Paw Lickin Chicken is their fav)
Stella and Chewy's dry chick chick dinner
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Thanks for the suggestions!!!! ZP for cats. Will be looking into all the above as we have an 12yo cat and a 2yo cat and the older one is super picky with food!


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If you want to go down the raw route, Natural Instinct do a complete frozen cat food in several varieties. I use them for the dogs sometimes, they think they are super yummy.
I fed our cat part DIY raw (he wouldn't fully transition, but loved minced beef, fish and chicken wings) and Classic or Sainsbury's own brand canned food. Both of these are free from cereals, unlike a lot of the more expensive brands such as Whiskas.
If I needed to feed a dry food (I prefer wet for cats, especially male ones) I used Fish 4 Cats, but I don't know if they have since changed the formula, the dog version has a lot less fish and a lot more carbs than it used to. It didn't have cereals or artificial additives. They also do pouches of salmon mousse that our cat loved, that were just salmon and seaweed extract.
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Huly HATED ZP and he is beyond picky!
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Sainsburys is free from cereals! Wow that's what we tend too feed as we shop in good old sainos!!!!

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The cheap one is, (not the value range) Blue loved it. Just avoid anything with 'derivatives of vegetable origin' high up on the label.
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