Has anyone noticed that cats needing special diets of some sort is getting more common now? I have some cans of NV chicken that Leroy can't eat so I'm trying to offer them to people at work. Everyone I asked so far can't feed the NV because their cat has urinary issues and needs special food for that or has a really sensitive tummy Not going to get into a debate with anyone on cat food and canned vs dry vs prescription I'm going to ask a few more people before I offer the food on FreeCycle. The local shelter doesn't accept food donations anymore Technically Emma can eat the NV for her bedtime snack but she leaves crumbs for Leroy to eat. Sometimes Leroy pushes Emma out of the way so he can eat even though he just had his own snack It's just easiest to not feed any chicken and avoid an IBD flare up.