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ewaewa05

Savannah Super Cat



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ewaewa05

Savannah Super Cat
Yes it’s all good I change cat litter and now I will tray find different food
I’m use royal canine dry and wet food maybe something is inside make lily allergy I don’t know what I supposed do


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Patti

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Royal Canin is full of grains, corn, by-products, etc. I would definitely start there if you are concerned about an allergy. Find a limited ingredient food and try to exclude as many of the nonessential ingredients as possible.
 

Patti

Admin
Staff member
I have used Natural Balance Green Pea & Duck, and Blue Buffalo Basics, but I think you can Google "limited ingredients cat food" and get other suggestions.
 

Ninja-n-Bear

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Orijen seems good for us so far, we chose the regional red type. It's completely free of grain, potatoes, and plant starches.

Blue Buffalo was our original choice, but I kept finding it vomited up on the floor in the morning. Ninja also had some occasional eye runniness and sneezing that seems to have cleared up now.
 

Snakebike

Savannah Super Cat
I have a F2 that is allergic to just about everything except the Natural Balance Green Pea and Venison and the Stella and Chewy Freeze Dried Rabbit.
 
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