Costco url=http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Grove/8878/food.html[/url] food is not bad for them since the ash (5%)and magnesium (.08%)content is low. I just did an extensive online catfood comparison and it appears to be similar to Hills which costs much, much more.
Like I said, they never ever puke, unlike some cats, and I’ve never fed them cheap supermarket foods like Friskies. It’s been either Hills, Iams, Japanese food, or now, Kirkland at @$300NT per 20lb bag.
But, panda, please find the information online which says Kirkland’s crappy and I’ll stop feeding them the stuff. I’ve always paid careful attention to their diets.
Pumkin is fat because she’s greedy. She always eats hers and then nudges Wishbone out of the way and eats hers too. She’s just got one of those addictive personalities (like some people!)and acts exactly the same way about toys. Wishbone is much more polite and hangs back.
Neither of them are thrilled when I put out the dry–no matter which brand. Also, an old friend used to mix up the dry with canned everyday for her fat cat and that cat ended up being nicknamed ‘Bulemia’ and had all sorts of urinary tract infections, so they only get canned once a week.
Cheese doesn’t go off quickly at all and can last in the fridge for months! And the pickles lasted me about six months.
My fave aspect of Costco is going in every couple months and finding different items on the shelves.
panda, you are anti-Costco, aren’t you?