mine get about 5.5 oz per day, I split it between 2 cats and two feedings. I feed Friskies, because they eat it and I don't have to run across town to that other store. Shredded, chunks and flakes only, no pate.
I wish #3 would eat canned as well, but she thinks it's poison....she has dry out most of the day, from which the others nibble when they get hungry.
As to 'grain free' I leave it to the others to talk about that.
(but I have been thinking: Mice eat grain, so when cat eats mouse, cat eats grain?)
Originally Posted by Mozart
Personally, I think the moderate use of shock collars in training humans should be allowed.
I have two girls, both probably around 10 yrs old. 10 lbs and 8 lbs respectively They are given a total of 3 small cans (think Fancy Feast size) per day. One can, two bowls, x3. This seems to work well; they don't always eat every morsel so their intake is a bit less than what is served. Dry food available but they only munch on that periodically...in fact I hear one in there now.
We don't get less brave; we get a bigger sense of self-preservation........