Any Food Recommendations?

I was wondering if any of you have some recommendations for cat food which is nutritious and not too pricey. I am planning a new diet for Lucy.

Thanks!

  1. Comment by Ben on January 30, 2008 at 9:26 AM

    Oh your kitty's name is Lucy, just like my cat's name. She is so spoiled and can be very annoying, but we still love her she is so adorable! Hehe.
    And about your question... well have you tried some home made stuff like mixing chicken broth with dry food? Some people might disagree on cooking for your cat, but my family has fed pets for years with home made food and they all have been very healthy and live long.

    Nice blog, btw.

    Cheers!

  2. Comment by Mo on January 31, 2008 at 9:19 AM

    My girls get Iams only. Because the nutrition can't be beat. Yes, it's more expensive than some brands, but not as expensive as things like you buy at the Vet.
    I've had luck with Purina Indoors for Jazper. It's about half the price of Iams and he likes it (he's picky about dry food).
    You can visit my cats @ Purrchance To Dream

    Here via Entrecard.

  3. Comment by wildcatsthree on February 2, 2008 at 9:16 AM

    I would recommend an all natural formula with no grains, as cats don't digest grains well. Wellness grainfree, Innova grainfree, and Felidae are ones I use. Wellness and Innova are a bit more expensive, whereas Felidae is less but still a good formula. I would also recommend feeding raw meat (including organ meat and ground bones) and vegetables - you can make it very cheaply. My blog deals with cat diet, the benefits of raw feeding and how to feed raw food (http://wildcatsthree.blogspot.com)

  4. Comment by Admin on February 8, 2008 at 10:43 PM

    Wow everyone, thanks for the recommendations. I'll be trying them all out as long as dear Lucy doesn't scratch me for changing her favorite foods!