So I've really been wanting a cat for quite awhile now, since my last kitty is so attached to my parents' cats that I couldn't take her with me when I moved out a few years ago. Then I started thinking, if I'm going to adopt a cat, perhaps two would be better than one, so they keep each other company when I'm away and have a playmate for life etc.

Has anyone had experience with adopting 2 litter mates or same-age kittens at the same time, and if so do you think there are major benefits to it? Has it been harder with two cats vs one as far as care or space goes? I know the cost will be greater due to vet bills and food.

Also, what does everyone feed their cats? I'd like to go with a mix of dry and wet grain free food, but was wondering about specific brands.

Thanks everyone!