OK, let's see if this makes sense to anybody but me. So Nacho is a "foster". He came to me on a decent food -- not the best but certainly not the worst -- around Kirkland quality. He is a senior (5 years old) and is doing very well on the food currently. He does seem to be picky about what he eats -- I haven't found a treat he'll take yet, other than Duck Soup. Now, my guys are not fed the same food, they are fed a mix of Acana and Fromm. Nacho's food is getting empty, and it's coming to the point where I'll have to make a decision. The choices are basically: A) Start weaning him onto the mix of food my ferrets are currently eating. The pros would be getting him on a better food and he'd be saying the same thing as my ferrets, ease of feeding. The con would be if he gets adopted, he probably won't be fed as high quality as my ferrets so he'll just be going back down, and price is somewhat of a concern. Of course, if I keep him, that's a moot point. B) Keep him on the food he's on now. Pros would be price, I know he'll do good on it, and easier to transfer him to another food if he's adopted. Cons would be that I'd feel bad I'm not feeding him the same quality as my guys. C) Switch him to another food possibly better quality, but not as expensive as my guys. I would probably go to Zupreem grainfree in that case, or EVO. Pros is well, better quality food and I don't feel as bad. I could buy the food at the same place I currently buy food. Comes would be, again, price, but I don't think it would be that much of a difference. So.. what would you do in that case? pretend he's a dog or cat if it makes it easier LOL I will say, I feel comfortable with the company he is fed right now, probably trust them more than EVO. Also, he is not living with my ferrets, and likely will never be (territorial males ) so them eating the food is not a concern I have. I hate decisions.