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Perrform?

Discussion in 'Cat Health and Nutrition' started by Serenity123, Apr 29, 2017.


  1. Serenity123

    Serenity123 PetForums Member

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    Dones anyone on here use this that I could chat too? Thanks
     
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    lymorelynn UN Peacekeeper in training
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    The raw food?
     
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    Serenity123 PetForums Member

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    Yeah sorry
     
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    I have used purrform before to purchase raw food.

    My cat wouldn't touch the ready made minced meals. She eats the turkey hearts (chopped up) and chicken hearts (chopped up) but won't touch the kidneys or boned meat they offer.

    The ready made meals are classed as complete I do believe if you feed them in rotation.

    I found purrform a tad expensive to be honest.
     
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    Serenity123 PetForums Member

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    Yeah it looks expensive. I don't even know if Khaleesi will touch it as she's so iffy on foods
     
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    I've used Purrform. The pouches are very expensive but convenient. When I first bought them, Kito vomited a couple of times after them. May have been the protein (I have a feeling he can't cope with rabbit) or coincidence. I've still got some in the freezer so have tried them again with both Mosi and Kito - the chicken with ground bone one - and they both seem to like it. I think the tubs are a bit cheaper but still pricey.
     
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    I buy purrform pouches as a change and standby. I also took them when they went to the cattery. They are convienient. I use a premix powder for Cookie, however Ike has been on Felix since his urinary problems, but I'll try and get him back to some raw after their trip to the cattery next week.
     
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    I have used it and it went down very well but even with breeder's discount I found it too expensive :(
     
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    I'm finding it very expensive especially as Khaleesi is so fussy I can't guarantee she will take it. X
     
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