After going through this very familiar sounding skin issue with an outside cat that adopted us, it really does sound like an allergy issue to the food he's eating!
I finally found a more affordable, but still, good dry food.
It's called Whole Earth, Grain Free, Turkey and Duck formula.
Now after almost three months, the weird little scabs are going away, and his whole coat of fur, is feeling so much better!
I had taken him to the vet's first, to see if he had a parasite or fungal thing going on...he didn't, so I figured it had to be diet related!
When it comes to diet changes, you have to be patient, as it can take up to three months, to see positive results, with the new diet, if you're on the right track, you should know!
Grains are the worst offenders for allergies, followed by fish based, chicken based, can be even beef based...
Cats are like people, some can it some things, while others can't!
Good Luck! Thanks for taking care of him!
"A Cat must have three different names:
An everyday family name; A particular name;
And the name but the Cat Himself Knows, and will never confess." T.S. Eliot
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