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« on: March 05, 2011, 08:54:07 PM »

Hi all I wanted to ask if any of you are using Kumpi Kat now.
All the reviews and info I found on it are from several years back so I was wondering if you all still like it as much as the reviews from the past.
Any info is Appreciated.
Thanks
mel
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« Reply #1 on: March 06, 2011, 08:37:57 PM »

Personally, I like mainly a wet diet.

And I supplement with dry, not the main course (so a 3 lb bag with three cats lasts a long time, more than 2 weeks).

The maker was so much into claiming this was THE food, however - I was not impressed with the ingredients for the price.  That is the clincher.  You can buy several brands with similiar or better ingredients - for much less.
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« Reply #2 on: March 06, 2011, 08:49:52 PM »

 Hi karvskitties
I do plan to only use it as a supplement to raw and cooked diet.

I haven't found a can food I trust yet so my guys are on raw only right now.

I was feeding them raw and canned Wellness til they started getting diarrhea from it so I stopped which I am glad I did with the recall that they have put out recently.

I was looking for a  dry that I could give them as a supplement to the raw and cooked.

I just saw that a lot of people were raving about the Kumpi Kat in the past post but didn't find anything current on it.
I also saw where people like the Flint River Ranch too but that was all older post also.

Anyway I don't plan to feed dry only . I just wanted the option of having a good dry to feed a little every now and then. IF I can find a decent canned I'd rotate that in also but thats not going to well either.

Its just gotten harder to grind and feed 5 cats raw not to mention expensive.

And if I could find a descent dry and canned to rotate in with the raw that would be Awesome.
Anyway I just wanted to reply.
Thanks for the thoughts.
mel
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« Reply #3 on: March 06, 2011, 10:26:03 PM »

I didn't see anything so special in the ingredients of Kumpi Kat, and the comments from the owner were very inappropriate. To me that doesn't inspire confidence, so I wouldn't feed that. When I was feeding dry, I had good experience with Serengetti and Orijen. for new kitten until I transition him fully from regular dry to Ziwipeak I plan to use Fish4cats (UK food).
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« Reply #4 on: March 06, 2011, 11:40:16 PM »

I did feed it short term way back and had no issues with it..In fact the girl who owned the company ..was VERY nice to me and sent me a bag free....that was my experience...I didn't even know if they were still in business
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