RE: food

Jill Coleman ( dynaljc@elvis.corona.navy.mil )
Fri, 5 Feb 1999 07:21:46 -0800

Sensible Choice IS at Petco. That's where I saw it. It's in this weeks ad. Jill
-----Original Message-----
From: CatWoman [SMTP:diana@wetware.com]
Sent: Thursday, February 04, 1999 16:55
To: felvtalk@MailingList.net
Subject: Re: food

}I couldn't find that cat food.But,was told Jangles will probably be put
}on W/D from sience diet/Hills??!
}He was on Flagyl for 5 days and that didn't do anything.
}I wish I could find that food before I have to start with this one.
}Shawn

You won't be able to find it in any grocery
or chain stores - though you can find it in
"Independent Chains" (eg - I don't *think* I
saw it in PetSmart; I know it's not available
to PetCo, but Pet Club does carry it).

I buy mine from a truly independent store near
where I work, even though it's more expensive there
than at Pet Club, because I like what they do and
want to keep them in business.

My girls were on flagyl (aka metronidozole) for
3 or 4 *months* in trying to get the diarrhea
under control. I tried several varieties of
good food before finding the S.C. - and only found
that after browsing through and reading labels on
all the foods in several different pet stores.

The only one that comes close to it in what I
consider good ingredients is Neutro Natural - and
I don't use that because they don't have a light
or a canned variety. I use the Reduced Calorie
dry twice a day, canned mixed with other stuff and
water once a day, and use the regular calorie dry
instead of "pounce-type" treats. (BTW - this is
among 8 cats.)

S.C doesn't have corn, rye, wheat, or any of the
preservatives.

If you have access to the Web, you can probably ask
them where the closest retailer is:

http://www.sensiblechoice.com

Diana

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