Is Lily's kitchen wet kitten food any good?

(5 Posts)
EachandEveryone Sat 13-Aug-16 21:24:31

I need something cheaper than Royal Canin for my 12 week kitten. I thought about Felix but what is the consensus on cheaper food for kittens. She's growing lovely I don't want to upset her. I've never had a cat in my life before and I'm completely her slave. My kitchen is like a bloody crèche.

Fluffycloudland77 Sat 13-Aug-16 21:28:41

I think it has a good reputation yes. Cereal free is always better.

EachandEveryone Sat 13-Aug-16 21:29:36

Where do you buy it from? Is it best to buy in bulk?

Fluffycloudland77 Sat 13-Aug-16 21:40:09

I'd buy it off a pet supermarket online, I think Tesco sell it too.

I have mine on aldi pouches!. I darent let him try lest he get a taste for it.

sugarplumfairy28 Sun 14-Aug-16 09:56:11

Check the back of the package and check what is actually in the food, compare it to Royal. Most cheaper cat foods are the same, anything from Whiskers to Aldi or Felix all are fine.

Ideally you want to try and avoid an all dry diet. Cats don't really drink for fluid and get most of what they need through what they eat.

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