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Lets talk Savannah food

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Paige
Staff member
#2
Hi Kerry and welcome! I moved your post to the diet/raw food forum.

Does your savannah have fleas? have you taken to the vet? Does he/she wear a collar? What are you feeding?
 

WitchyWoman

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Staff member
#3
LOL Kerry that is quite vague statement about the scratching. More details please. If you've ruled out fleas or allergies, it could be dry skin. My cats eat whole prey which is not very high in fat so I add salmon oil to their diet and it helps with the dry skin.
 

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Paige
Staff member
#4
LOL Kerry that is quite vague statement about the scratching. More details please. If you've ruled out fleas or allergies, it could be dry skin. My cats eat whole prey which is not very high in fat so I add salmon oil to their diet and it helps with the dry skin.
I never thought about that Deborah with whole prey...thanks for sharing.
 

WitchyWoman

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Staff member
#9
It's not kibble, it's air dried raw and it's a balanced food. You can crumble it over another type of food as an addition to a meal but to feed it exclusively as a meal, it should probably be reconstituted with water. Other than the lack of moisture, the only other issue is the price esp for multi-cat households.