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  1. wonderingpooch

    wonderingpooch New Member

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    Hi there, new around here! Have read a bit on food and such; currently my cat is pretty big haha, she's pushing 18~20lbs; I am looking to change that very soon-- I will be moving her diet to all wet--and remove kibble entirely. I don't foresee having a hard time with this, since she's isn't particularly fuzzy when it comes to food.

    I definitely will be getting her on the Weruva Mack & Jack as it's one of the foods that I have found that has a high protein and love card ratio. I'm also thinking of rotating in the Weruva Polynesian BBQ.

    Any suggestions on wet foods would be much appreciated!
     
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    wonderingpooch New Member

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    That is awesome, thank you! I really appreciate it--and so does my wallet haha; this is great I'll be able to greatly keep cost down as well. :D! Now to figure out how much to feed her.. I'm thinking half can in the AM and half can in the PM--though that seems like a bit little--don't want to starve her, maybe I'll try that EPIGEN by Wysong that i saw mentioned on the threat you linked to give her after her AM 1/2 can.

    Any other suggestions such as feeding guidelines and such would be great!

    It took me a while to find kibble for my dog--that she wouldn't eat, but that he would eat hahah. So at least I have that part covered.
     
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    That's what I do :cat: Half a can of Friskies, the 5.5oz cans after his AM/PM PS (preshot) and before his shot. Still trying to prevent him from being so hungry before his meals though as I don't want him to lose anymore weight :). I've recently started to freeze half a can of Fancy Feast for his in between snacks but he does still have a little DM dry :oops:. I know it is a big "no no". If you try Epigen by Wysong make sure it's the Epigen 90.
     
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    Thanks again! Really appreciate the tip on the Wysong, I will stop by Pet Club near me to see if they have it, I know they carry the dog food--but don't recall it in the cat stuff. Pet Club is similar to Costco for pet supplies/food heh.
     
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    Nice :cat:. If I decide to get Epigen 90 I can get it from a smaller pet supply store, not the bigger chain ones like Petco or Petsmart in U.S.
     
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    wonderingpooch New Member

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    Looking at Wysong--looks like I can give this to both cat and dog? I've found the dog eating the Cat food at times haha-- have had her on NULO Trim; but will be changing it soon enough :).
     
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    From what I've read on it, it seems so.
     
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    Grr, I'm at the store right now and they Wysong just not 'epigen 90' or epigen for that matter.
     
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