My now 2 cats are settling into a new life and new routine. My neighbor was a committed critter rescuer and these 2 kitties were part of her "pack." She had 6 cats, having moved 12 from New Jersey to New Mexico at the insistence of her daughter who lives down our gravel road to her home and family. My elderly neighbor was stricken and died within days, about 5 weeks ago, leaving her kitties homeless.
I stepped up, having been an animal lover and owner for decades, and adopted Panther, a gorgeously black neutered male with clearly Siamese genes that fuels his constant chatter. And we adopted his buddy, an absolutely adorable dainty tortoise female who was terribly shy at first and continued her practice of hiding as she did with our neighbor's cat pack, but now is just beginning to explore her new digs, and spends the nights sleeping with her people and on my chest.
These two presented me with the perfect opportunity to try to feed them "right," and along with the multiple bags of Dr. Marty's freeze-dried excellent feed came 6 small containers of Feline Prime. I am slow to introduce Dr. Marty's freeze-dried food but leaped at the opportunity to introduce the kitties to Feline Prime. Fed twice a day and kept them on what they were used to, Fancy Feast, but "doctored" it with Feline Prime.
The cats are blooming, and Panther has settled in as if he'd lived here all along. The biggest adjustment was NOT letting him outside. I am a rabid caretaker of my critters here in the west and will not let him outside to be bait for coyotes, bobcats, mountain lions, bears, or our splendid aerial predators, owls, and hawks. He is adjusting very well to that reality, and both cats are becoming OUR cats living in a home that is their home, too, now, and I am convinced that Feline Prime is supporting this massive adjustment beautifully and healthily!
I am a convinced and dedicated user now of Feline Prime and will gently begin the adjustment away from the commercial cat foods to Dr. Marty's Freeze-Dried Raw Food.
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Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend