I have 7 cats and order litter from chewy.com
*3 upstairs cats : uses a mix of frisco brand grass litter and Buffalo Blue walnut litter
*2 downstairs cats and 2 outdoor cats: uses a mix of buffalo Blue walnut litter and World's Best
The cost is about $75 a month!
I don't want to use clay...
I could sure use some help..any advice is appreciated.
short history: I adopted my kitten 6 months ago and came to me with diarrhea. The antibiotics, antidiarrhea meds, and panacur didn't help.
The only thing that helped a little was a novel protein diet of rabbit and home cooked lamb. she...
My kitty is fully transitioned to cooked lamb and in the beginning stages of adding EZ complete.
She is 7lb 6oz.
I have been feeding her 2oz container cubes (picture attached) 2x a day.
On the measuring scale each container came out to a little over 1oz weight of meat not including liquid...
I'm trying to make bone broth out of RABBIT bones (the only protien my cats seems to be able to tolerate at the moment).
I looked up how to cook it online. It says that you know when it's done when the bones are soft and easy to break apart. They suggested 8-24 hours.
The bones have been in...
My cat is diagnosed with IBD so her stool is constantly changing in textures despite me trying to aggressively control her symptoms.
Right now her stool is pudding and watery....
With that said, I started her transition to cooked food this evening (she can't tolerate raw). I gave her half a...
My cat was diagnosed with IBD since I adopted her 4 months ago and I have been aggressive in trying to treat her symptoms.
It seems she can only tolerate rabbit (of course the most expensive meat).
She had been eating Nature's Variety wet Rabbit LID and I was told peas are bad for cats in...
My little girl has had poop of all consistencies, from liquid, to pudding, and soft solid with bloody mucus always in the 4 months I've had her.
She was diagnosed with IBD and every remedy hasn't worked for her.
A new alternative medicine vet suggested giardia and upon research I've done...
As I've read through some these threads I found that some are saying they feed their furbabies different foods to switch the proteins.
Is it that much of a concern?
My cats only like white meat (chicken and turkey) and turn their nose up to any red.
I avoid feeding them seafood.
When I found out my cat has IBD, I did research online and found that rabbit was an ideal diet.
She has been eating Nature's Variety rabbit wet can food and Primal dehydrated raw rabbit nuggets (which I just found out has sardine oil...oops!!).
I'm about to switch to Stella and chewy dehydrated...
My new rescue has been diagnosed with Inflammatory bowel disease..
She is doing well on nature's variety rabbit wet food, but her breath and stool still smells rancid after 3 weeks!
Is a (commercial) raw diet ideal for IBD cats or opposite?
Or another kind of diet that I'm not aware of?
I adopted a 6 month old very sweet and playful female cat.
I took the gradual steps to introduce her to my also playful but bratty 3 year old female resident cat.
It went very very well!!!
I finally reached the next step to let the new cat out of the room and let her have freedom of the house ...
I wish I could feed all the ferals yummy wet food.
I still want to provide them with the best food possible and not go broke.
I am currently feeding Costco brand but I'm sure there is something better...
What do you all think is the best budget friendly dry cat food that is easily accessible...
So my cat decided that she suddenly hates the Primal brand dehydrated nuggets that she's been eating for the past year.
I bought the Vital Essentials and Northwest Natural brand today with the same result.
I discovered that she will eat it if it's dry and not rehydrated with water.
I discovered this new food on the shelves.
Has anyone tried it?
It's quite pricey but I'm willing to pay of it's good stuff.
The ingredients seem to look good.
I'm currently feeding my furbabies nutro chunky loaf chicken and turkey, but I'm uneasy about the pork broth in there.
I have knocked my brains out researching wet cats foods.
Ofcourse my furbabies don't like the most highly rated tiki cat, wureva, or soulistic.
They like pates.
I have found that Nurto wet food has has the best ratings as far as ingredients and nutrition goes. High protien, low in carbs and...
My little girl has had revolution several times before with no problem, but she got a reaction this time.
I put it on 2 days ago and it looks it's worst today.
It's slightly red and dry/scaley to the touch, but not swollen, inflamed, or moist.
It doesn't seem to bother her too much, although she...
Just came back from the vet and the doc said my baby girl's anal glands were extremely full and he drained a ton.
I'm concerned as to why this is happening and why the glands are not expressing themselves.
Is this a symptom of a bigger issue or could lead to a big issue?
I've had cats all my...
I've literally been researching every food this entire week, day to night!
I've only been looking at ingredients and learning that I need to look at other things like protein, carbs, calories, phosphorus, etc....
My brain is fried!!!
Can someone please help me or point me to a website to...
I've recently switched my cat from 50/50 hard food/freeze dried raw to primarily freeze dried raw food.
She still craves hard kibble so I feed her a little as a treat.
Also, when I'm on extended vacation, she has an automatic feeder.
So my question....What is the best of the best of the best...