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Gomez eats 1/2 Friskies wet & 1/2 BB Wilderness dry.
However, Gomez is a 10 yr old purebred Persian. I know that a high protein, minimal carb diet is what a cat is designed to eat, buuuut... is this the same for Persians? They aren't exactly the kind of cat you would find in the wild, stalking prey. Gomez grooms my baby bunny for crying out loud!
My concern is the kidney problems that Persians are famous for. Especially since he isn't young anymore and has never been exposed to a really high protein diet. Could BB Wilderness possibly be too high in protein for him? I've noticed since he's been on it, his poo is unusually runny. Not too bad but enough to notice.
Maybe I'm just paranoid. I'm trying my hardest to get as many years more with my baby as I can!