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What food should I eat?

Angela ClarkAngela Clark Fort SmithMember Posts: 15,094
edited 24 July, 2007 in Food & Nutrition
I have the most sensitive stomach in the world. Mommy has tried Innova Evo, Wellness, and Royal Canin IVD dry foods. All give me diarrhea. She tried the Royal Canin Kitten food. It didn't give me diarrhea but it gave me struvite crystals. I've also tried Science Diet c/d and I don't like it and won't eat it, the wet or dry. Mommy feeds me Merrick wet food and I like it a lot. It doesn't give me diarrhea or make me vomit. Sometimes it makes me cough though. Mommy wants to find a dry food I can eat that will be sensitive to my stomach, not cause crystals, and will be safe and healthy for the other two cats. Velvet has CRF and Marina is perfectly fine. Mommy has become one of these kitty parents that likes the very high end foods like Wellness and Innova but thinks she may need to go with something else for my tummy. Feeding all of us separately is not an option. Yes, she could do it most of the time but she wants to find something we can all eat for those times when she goes out of town and it just isn't possible for us to be fed separately. Thanks for any suggestions!

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