> Admiral wrote:
>> Feeb wrote:
> |>> lol If you guys think purina one tastes good I'd go with that. It's not poisonous.
> |>> If you want to spend lots of money get an indoor / adult royal canin or science
> |>> formula.
>> Simply based on what I've read, it IS poison.
>> OK, that's a little extreme. But if you research the effects of grain and whatnot,
>> the cheaper cat foods can be really bad for the feline.
>> I can't recite exactly what to look for on the label, but you should get a certain
>> amount of proteins, etc. and avoid grains and corn and stuff.
>> Again, don't quote me exactly...but there are definitely better cat foods out
>> I don't think Purina One qualifies unfortunately.
> As a DVM I can confidently assure you that purina food is not poison. The "chow"
> line is cheap and full of filler but the "one" and "pro plan" lines are equivalent
> to the better commercial products. Those ratings websites are pretty silly.
> My only problem with the blue lines are the inclusion of the bones with the chicken.
> Lots of calcium and phosphorous.
What are the blue lines? Blue Buffalo that I'm buying? Is it worse than the Purina One then?