|Purred: Fri Feb 3, '06 7:14am PST |
|I have read on other kitty e-groups, that the dry kibble typically has the higher carbs/empty calories, of course this depends on your ingredient label & brand. Depending on the quality of kitty food will point to what adjustments you'd need to make in your "diet". A higher quality dry kibble such as Nutro Natural Choice, Royal Canin, and Wellness, are more nutritionally dense, so we kitties eat less of it. Therefore a higher protein%, lower carb% content is preferable...The same would go for the wet food. Check the labels...but don't forget, our wet food gives that added bit of moisture for those kitties out there who don't drink as much as they should. ........we're no experts on food, just eating! Mommy just researches a lot!
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