Truth is...wet is better than dry because of moisture and no grains. 
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  From: Chris 
  Sent: Monday, October 01, 2007 10:55 AM
  Subject: RE: Quality Foods

  My five love the wet Wellness-won't go near the dry!  And I have a couple who 
will eat just about anything, anytime, any way!  LOL


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  From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Dawn Morrison
  Sent: Monday, October 01, 2007 11:17 AM
  Subject: RE: Quality Foods


  I went out this weekend and purchased the Wellness Core dry and some cans of 
wet. Bea LOVES the wet food but wasn't all that interested in the dry.

  I mixed the dry kitten food she'd been eating with some of the Wellness and 
she still wouldn't eat it. Finally I put down a bowl of just her kitten food 
and she ate half the bowl, poor thing probably thought I was starving her.

  My husband said to just keep the mixed old kitten and new Wellness down and 
eventually she'll eat....I'm not to sure about that.


  Message: 10
  Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2007 14:12:34 -0400
  From: Caroline Kaufmann <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
  Subject: RE: Engystol & Quality Foods
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  My cat and kittens really love the Wellness brand wet food (reccomended by my 
Holistic vet).  And I mean they LOVE it!  They eat it as if it's one of the 
brands like Sheba or Fancy Feast-- they just freak out over it.  You can also 
tell it's such a high-quality food just by the look of it and the smell...some 
varieties, like the adult wet formula, the one that has Lobster in it-- really 
smells like human's crazy.  It's pretty expensive though.  I have my 
one year adult cat on Wellness adult wet and Wellness Core dry- which is 
Wellness's new high-protein food that is trying to take account for the "raw 
food" diet and translate that, as best it can, into a dry cat food.  I have had 
this one year old cat since the end of July and she came to me (as a two-time 
owner surrender) as skinny, frail, tiny necked, underweight more than a 
kitten-than-a-cat.  Already, she's packed on tons of muscle, but no extra 
weight.  She's matured into an adult cat overnight almost and she's not longer 
skinny and wimpy-- she's tough and beefy and all filled-out, but she doesn't 
have an once of fat on her body.  It's been really great to watch the 
transition and I do think it's all due to her diet, supplements and her happy 
home life.  

  Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2007 10:06:03 -0700From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Engystol & 
Quality FoodsTo:

  I took my little 2 year old, Bea, to a holistic/hemopathetic vet last night. 
He said she is doing very well and doesn't show any signs of the illness - 
thank God!
  He put her on Transfer Factor Plus (which many of you had mentioned, thank 
you) and also Engystol.
  I was wondering if anyone has heard of Engystol before or are currently using 

  He also gave me a very LARGE list of better quality foods wet/dry to put her 
  Does anyone have a particular brand they like over another? Pros/Cons to any 

  I also wanted to share something he said to me. We were getting ready to 
leave and I asked if there was anything special I should do for her? He said 
"Yes, she doesn't know she is sick - so don't treat her like she is".
  I immediately burst into tears, this vet is a keeper.


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