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Wet food feeding trials

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    Next week I will start feeding Daisy a variety of brands and flavors hoping she will like something much better than Blue Freedom Chicken Pate. As much as I would rather only feed her grain-free recipes, she is so picky I have to expand my search (especially with the impossible-to-read labels as mentioned in another thread). This is just the first group - more flavors are coming later.

    Blue Buffalo
    Healthy Gourmet Turkey and Chicken Pate

    Wellness
    Turkey Dinner Pate
    Turkey and Salmon Entree Pate
    Shredded Chicken and Chicken Liver (Core Signature Selects)

    Nature's Variety Instinct
    Limited Ingredient Turkey Recipe Pate
    Original Lamb, Turkey, and Liver Pate

    Nutro Perfect Portions
    Real Chicken Recipe Grain-Free

    Natural Balance
    Catatouille Chicken and Chicken Liver in Gravy

    Which one should I try first? Does anyone have suggestions for how to do it?
    Keep your cats inside and safe.

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    Chicken and Turkey
    Limited Ingredient
    Keep your cats inside and safe.

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