Hi everyone! I need some suggestions for good cat food. My friends and I will be taking over responsibilities of caring for the school cats, and I have been asked to draw up a plan about how much money is needed for the year (ie. for food and veterinary costs). Right now the cats are fed a kind of canned cat food with a "Burp" on it. I'm not sure what brand it is, but the hamster food equivalent seems to be kind of lousy and filled with sunflower seeds, so the cat food may not be that great either. I hope that when we take over we will be able to improve the lives of the school cats, so are there any better brands of cat food that are available in Singapore?
Also, how much money is needed for an average trip to the vet? Perhaps for a checkup with no operation, and what about sterilisation? (One of the school cats has yet to be sterilised.)
We certainly will be doing more research about cat care, but this is rather urgent as we need to submit the plan by this week, so I came here for help. Thank you and I appreciate your help!
Edit: I googled Burp! cat food and it appears that it is maunfactured by PLC and there are negative reviews on many forums about it containing a lot of tuna and jelly etc. So it probably wouldn't be a good idea. :P
Edited by massrapidtransit, 06 February 2012 - 05:38 PM.