Cheap cat food in phnom Penh?

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Cheap cat food in phnom Penh?

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Anywhere to buy cheap cat food in phnom Penh? Lucky mall aeon ect very expensive. Thanks in advance! Cat old and spoiled won't eat rice, beans, ect. Sadly enough
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Spoiled cat won't eat cheap shit food so you're looking to buy more cheap shit food?
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chicken is cheap

it will eat anything when its hungry
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Are you looking to feed it dry food(I assume so?) or wet food? Dry food should be pretty cheap. I'm not really sure of the markets you mentioned, but it's generally about the same low price anywhere I've been. Get a big bag. Dog food might be cheaper, but may well be fine to the cat. I had a cat when I was a kid who would choose the dog's food over the cat food. Check prices. Get a small bag first to try it out and make sure the cat will eat it.

If you're talking wet food, that is indeed a spoiled cat. Based on the price of cat food here, you really might be better off just feeding it some of your leftovers. Fish or ground pork are probably cheaper per kg than canned cat food here. It'll be the luckiest cat in Asia...
Captain Bonez wrote: Mon Apr 27, 2020 10:57 am Spoiled cat won't eat cheap shit food so you're looking to buy more cheap shit food?
Well he said it won't eat rice and beans. Doesn't mean it won't eat cheap Cat food.
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Electric Earth wrote: Tue Apr 28, 2020 4:35 am Are you looking to feed it dry food(I assume so?) or wet food? Dry food should be pretty cheap. I'm not really sure of the markets you mentioned, but it's generally about the same low price anywhere I've been. Get a big bag. Dog food might be cheaper, but may well be fine to the cat. I had a cat when I was a kid who would choose the dog's food over the cat food. Check prices. Get a small bag first to try it out and make sure the cat will eat it.

If you're talking wet food, that is indeed a spoiled cat. Based on the price of cat food here, you really might be better off just feeding it some of your leftovers. Fish or ground pork are probably cheaper per kg than canned cat food here. It'll be the luckiest cat in Asia...
Captain Bonez wrote: Mon Apr 27, 2020 10:57 am Spoiled cat won't eat cheap shit food so you're looking to buy more cheap shit food?
Well he said it won't eat rice and beans. Doesn't mean it won't eat cheap Cat food.
you say same low price "anywhere you've been". Where is that place in phnom Penh? We pay 15usd a bag hard food (foreign) small bag. Hoping find local brand if there is such a thing.... Ya your right I believe he eat Any (even cheap) hard food. He won't eat soft or table scraps
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Electric Earth wrote: Tue Apr 28, 2020 4:35 amWell he said it won't eat rice and beans. Doesn't mean it won't eat cheap Cat food.
canned cat or dog food is mor eexpensive than fresh chicken pork or even beef usually
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They have a French brand at aeon mall called minino. It's pretty cheap but not very healthy (just like Whiskas is shit food)

My cats are little pussies and I've to feed them Royal Canin fit32 or their liver gets issues and they start peeing blood =/
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one may buy big bags of cat food reasonable here: http://www.makrocambodia.com/
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Cats can be real fussy eaters, but you might want to avoid the dried pelleted food as it causes kidney failure and diabetes over time. Even when adequate water is available. It's mostly made of cereals and cats are carnivores and would rarely eat carbs in the wild. Yes, I know Cambodian cats eat rice and veges but they are starving for protein. Ground beef and eggs mixed together would be good or fish. I am not a vet, but I have had several cats over the years.
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