Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Virginia Beach, VA
My neighbor took some of my left over partial bags - she was glad to have them. The Friskies and Purina One dry was an upgrade for her! The shelter is getting all my cans. I asked my husband if he minded if I made a $100 donation to the animal shelter. He said of course not, so I told him how much I've been spending on rejected food and said it was a donation "in kind". This is great quality food, my cats just won't eat it.
I wonder if there is a big difference between the cat and kitten formulas. I would suspect the kitten formula is smaller bites and higher calorie or blander taste(?). If a cat is thin the higher quality might not be a bad thing if she will eat it otherwise. Maybe someone can chime in on the cat vs. kitten food thing.
Cat owners' prayer: "Lord help me be the person my cat thinks I am"
Last edited by marie73; 01-28-2013 at 03:37 PM.