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New food/no vomit!!!

Laura WardLaura Ward KingstreeMember Posts: 360
edited 23 June, 2009 in Food & Nutrition
Mommy couldn't take our getting sick anymore. Even though we didn't like better food, mommy made us eat it. She now feeds us Blue grain free Wilderness dry and home cooks chicken and ground turkey for us with parmesean cheese sprinkles. We have been vomit free for three weeks now.;c;

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  • Aaron LeeAaron Lee SeattleMember Posts: 251
    edited 22 June, 2009
    Fantastic! my girls have sensitive stomachs as well, and long fine fur. Sometimes switching things up can really help. And you're not the only one who has a cat that hankers for a little cheese. =;
  • Lacey KingstonLacey Kingston WilmingtonMember Posts: 7,527
    edited 22 June, 2009
    Excellent! Our little girl has been vomiting all the sudden, in fact in the dining room it looked like EVERYONE vomited, but it was just her! I think it's her food, she's picky so we're experimenting. But it seems to take her a couple of days on the new food to vomit. P.S. Why the Parmesan cheese? That's a new one for me, I thought dairy was bad for kitties?
  • Laura WardLaura Ward KingstreeMember Posts: 360
    edited 22 June, 2009
    I had read that parmesean cheese was good to sprinkle on for flavor to entice them to eat. They love it and we have had no issues. My cats have always eaten some melted cheddar cheese mixed with ground turkey and egg with no ill effects. They were vomiting from the moist canned food and Friskies and other types of carbohydrate foods. The new grain free is awesome and of course the home cooked turkey and chicken.
  • Lacey KingstonLacey Kingston WilmingtonMember Posts: 7,527
    edited 23 June, 2009
    My kitties would probably pick the Parmesan out and leave the good food! :)) We've been having food strikes lately with all of the pets though, so I might give it a whirl.
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