Royal Canin Dry Cat Food, Babycat 34 Formula

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Royal Canin
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Pros: None
Cons: Overpriced, causes stomach upset
When I got Indy she was given a bag of this as well as the kitten 36 because they had her on this so she would eat the other one. Honestly cant say this is much better. Smells like hen food and upset stomach.

Also what place does canola oil have in a cat food? This is a GMO known to cause problems in people.
Pros: Tiny kibble size, high fat content
Cons: Expensive!
The shelter that I volunteer for has a pretty remarkable program for neonatal kittens and bottle babies. The program that they have developed is now being mimicked world-wide and has one of the highest survival rates for kittens.

This is the ONLY dry food that we use for our kittens, and the kittens can't resist it! We also give this food to pregnant mamas and nursing mamas that need the extra fat and protein.

The only down-side to this food is the cost; you can expect to pay anywhere from 20-30 bucks for a 3-6lb bag. It's definitely worth it though! Kittens thrive on this food, and grow remarkably fast!