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Q. Iam confused with all the kitten food bolth wet and dry how do I choose what do you recomend seems like she stopped growing

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A. Feed a good quality canned food. Food that comes from the can looking like a hockey puck. No dry food. No minced or diced food and no sauces or gravies. All those tend to have high carbohydrate content. Cats have no dietary requirement for carbs. Choose a food that your kitten will eat and does well on (gains weight, no GI upset, etc) and is easy for you to buy. Stay away from store or discount brands. These typically use low quality ingredients and have more fillers.

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