Posted by: Anonymous | 2009/04/27

cat feeding etc

my kitten is 10 months when will he begin to spray in the house? also nothing we buy is suitable 4 his tastes we often waste a lot. he does not eat at home any more. recently he has come looking for food occasionally. how and what do we feed him

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Dear Anonymous

Most people will only hope that the cats don't eat at home and somewhere else. Put dry food out and leave it till finished.

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Posted by: Anonymous | 2009/04/28

You are so lucky that your cat eats Lucky Pets, mine pull up their noses in disgust, they have soft food 2 x day and love soft cooked chicken livers once a week, they also eat the friskies puches, they turn up their noses at the whiskas pouches but eat the whiskas kibbles (pellets.)

A house is just a house until you own a cat then it becomes a home!

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Posted by: Dave | 2009/04/27

Get your cat Lucky Pet cat food Pilchards. It is 100% fish and is cheaper than whiskas and pampers. I guarantee you your cat will prefer Lucky Pet pilchards. My cat (and my previous cat) will eat nothing else now and if I try to feed it something else it disappears for the whole day in disgust. If I fed it anything else I don' t think I would have a cat anymore. She' d disown me.

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Posted by: Anonymous | 2009/04/27

Firstly by now he should be neutered, that will sto
p him wandering and should also prevent spraying!

Secondly what are you feeding him??? cats can get very fussy but I would suggest you get either hills or Iams from the vet , or whiskas from the supermarket and give him that!

To get him used to eating what is put in front of him confine him for a few days.

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