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Trouble with changing diet
My dear Siamese boy, Thrall, who has lived with my in-laws for the past three years, has been eating a diet of Meow Mix and Fancy Feast kibble, because my MIL 'couldn't find anything else he'd eat.' Now that I have him, I've tried putting him on the same diet Sipr is on, which is Before Grain kibble and Weruva canned food.
I added the new food gradually, of course, and he doesn't mind eating it at all. He loved the Weruva, but even the tiniest bit tears up his stomach. Doesn't matter what food, if it's not his usual diet, he just can't seem to keep it in, or it comes out badly (stinky, huge, and with a tiny bit of blood, poops).
What gives?? I'd like to feed him something a bit better than Meow Mix