elise1mds Posted June 25, 2009 Share Posted June 25, 2009 Okey dokey, so... I have four cats. They range in age from 17 (my 'old man') down to 2. The 17-year-old weighs about 8 pounds; the 2-year-old weighs TWENTY. I'm not happy about the heavy cat's weight, but I'm stumped. What do I feed them that will work well for all their weights? Complications: 1. I can't put the food up on a high ledge where Mr. Fatcat can't jump, because the Old Man can't jump up there, either. 2. I have one cat, age 5, who is intolerant to lactose (so I can't supplement Old Man's food with things like cottage cheese or similar) and tuna. She also will throw up if she goes too long without eating, which means I need to at least have some food available at all times. 3. I'm on a budget, which means I really would prefer to avoid the Science Diet/Eukanuba route, though I can swing something more than Cat Chow if need be. I've looked into Purina DM for Fatcat, but I don't know if it would work for the Old Man. Anyone BTDT? My vet is mulling the issue and wants me to call back next week, but I figured asking a wider audience might get me more options. Thanks! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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