A. It depends on the food. Look at the back of the bag of food and follow the feeding chart instructions. Make sure you're feeding a high quality high protein food. Just because it's a cheaper bag doesn't mean you're saving money. Cheaper foods mean you're feeding more corn rather than meat to your pet. The cheaper quality the more your animal has to eat to obtain energy from the food. Meaning you're buying more bags of food, whereas the more higher quality stuff will last you longer. Not to mention, you'll have less poop to clean up! Investing in a higher quality food will keep your pet healthy longer. Ask a pet store associate to show you what foods are better for your cat.
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