|Purred: Wed Apr 29, '09 7:11am PST |
The thing about the HareToday products I posted the prices of is that you don't need a grinder. The meat, bones, and organs are already ground for you. Like I said, I haven't ordered anything from them yet, but I'm going to place an order here soon, because I've only got about another week to two weeks' supply of Nature's Variety raw medallions, and I have heard such good things about HareToday. As far as time-wise, it doesn't take me any more time to feed the cats their raw medallions (or, I assume, the ground products from HT) than it does for me to open a can. For the raw medallions, I take them out of the freezeer and put them in the fridge at night before I go to bed, then I run them under warm water (in their baggie) for a few minutes till they come to room temperature, and throw them in the bowl.
If you want to stick to a quality canned food, that's fine, too, but the HT, at least as far as I can tell, is going to be a very affordable option for me, and will actually save me quite a bit of money. I'm glad you went to PetCo and compared. It does put things in perspective when you see how much money they are getting for foods that are really terrible for the cats. Doesn't cost much more, and definitely saves money in the long run in vet bills, etc.
Brody is a lucky cat to have you caring for him!
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