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Toronto - Nov 10-12. $25 cats

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Toronto - Nov 10-12. $25 cats

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No offence, OP, but please don't buy pets because they're cheap. Not the time to buy now, think later.
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smacd wrote:
Nov 8th, 2017 7:28 pm
No offence, OP, but please don't buy pets because they're cheap. Not the time to buy now, think later.
I back OP for this one - I got my pets for cheap thanks to RFD posts, and it was the perfect catalyst to do something I had been considering for quite some time.
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I paid full price back in August, can't price match.

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Poohbearalpha wrote:
Nov 8th, 2017 7:44 pm
I back OP for this one - I got my pets for cheap thanks to RFD posts, and it was the perfect catalyst to do something I had been considering for quite some time.
What's that, to start hoarding pets?
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Anybody that is fortunate enough to get a furry feline please consider getting raw food for them. Dry kibble for cats and dogs is the worst thing you can do, I did so for 2 years and learned from my vet after she told me countless reports of unnecessary vet bills directly related to dry kibble. Cats are meat eaters, feed them raw!!! Smiling Face With Open Mouth
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dilligafeh wrote:
Nov 8th, 2017 8:47 pm
What's that, to start hoarding pets?
You mean herding cats?
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Please don't make this purchase as a catalyst to buy cats. I know it's tempting to buy it right meow but do think to yourself if you're prepared to be woken up by cat butt every morning. Otherwise, if the idea of having a cat has been clawing at you for a long time, you just need to sink those claws into this deal and buy it's all hairball.
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coriolis wrote:
Nov 8th, 2017 8:15 pm
I paid full price back in August, can't price match.

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How can you not upvote that post hehe
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Giorgiodethrifty wrote:
Nov 8th, 2017 9:09 pm
Anybody that is fortunate enough to get a furry feline please consider getting raw food for them. Dry kibble for cats and dogs is the worst thing you can do, I did so for 2 years and learned from my vet after she told me countless reports of unnecessary vet bills directly related to dry kibble. Cats are meat eaters, feed them raw!!! Smiling Face With Open Mouth
Raw seems too complicated to do having to buy a meat grinder, taurine and other supplements, etc. I wouldn't mind trying it out with my cat though just wondering if you know a cheap easy way to feed raw to them? For the time being I just feed kibble and canned.
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jnjn wrote:
Nov 9th, 2017 4:15 am
Raw seems too complicated to do having to buy a meat grinder, taurine and other supplements, etc. I wouldn't mind trying it out with my cat though just wondering if you know a cheap easy way to feed raw to them? For the time being I just feed kibble and canned.
Absolutely I would look at tollden farms brand. Lots of pet stores carry them in a freezer global pet foods Works out to 70 a month for my guy! I feed him rabbit and turkey :)
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jnjn wrote:
Nov 9th, 2017 4:15 am
Raw seems too complicated to do having to buy a meat grinder, taurine and other supplements, etc. I wouldn't mind trying it out with my cat though just wondering if you know a cheap easy way to feed raw to them? For the time being I just feed kibble and canned.
Also when you do it start 50/50 raw and canned first week, then 70/30 second, then all raw! That's what I did to transition. Another tip take out the new package from freezer to fridge one day prior to the current one running out and you'll b good to go
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Giorgiodethrifty wrote:
Nov 9th, 2017 4:28 am
Also when you do it start 50/50 raw and canned first week, then 70/30 second, then all raw! That's what I did to transition. Another tip take out the new package from freezer to fridge one day prior to the current one running out and you'll b good to go
Thanks! I've been starting to give the kitties small pieces of raw chicken along with canned food (our household loves wing night) that I trim off the drumstick, also the wing tip. Probably not as healthy as rabbit or turkey, but we're making our way there. I'll check out Tollden Farms.

Currently I'm feeding them wet in the morning, dry kibble while I'm at work, wet when I come back from work, and wet + raw chicken before bedtime.

Thanks!
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coriolis wrote:
Nov 8th, 2017 8:15 pm
I paid full price back in August, can't price match.

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Our grey one looks alike, with the white patch on the collar =)
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