We're looking for recommendations for a senior cat food. More info behind the cut.
We took our cats to the vet on Saturday for their yearly check up. Indy is now into senior cat territory (just under 10 now!). She had some blood work done and the numbers related to kidney function were slightly
elevated, meaning we need to keep an eye on that so she doesn't get an infection or worse.
So, one of the things the vet said to do was to switch to the senior cat food.
Here comes the question: what kind of senior cat food should we get?
We want one that is affordable (we buy the Whole Foods cat food right now and that's less than $3 a bag, so I honestly don't know what an appropriate price is for cat food...), one that is okay for our other cat Maddie (age ~3) to eat, one that is more actual food than "animal byproducts" and chemicals.
I tried googling around, but found a lot of crap about the food recall and scare tactics about how you're killing your cat unless you hand prepare them people food.
So, what senior cat food do you recommend?
And for those of you who demand pictures in any thread that involves cats: the cats.