Based on your previous posts, your problem is scratching
, NOT pooping.
Scratching is always
the result of itching, which is always
the result of skin parasites or allergy.
So, in your cat's best interest
, if you remove the Hill's from the diet, do NOT add another food to the diet before you see very clearly which way the scratching is going.
If the scratching stops, there is reason to believe it had something to do with corn and similar ingredients in the food, so when you add a new item to the diet do not add one that contains a lot of corn. Or any amount of corn in any form for that matter.
If the scratching doesn't stop, you still have a problem, and in that case, whatever food you add to the diet will only compound the problem, it will do nothing to solve it.
In this thread
Tim pointed out something very important:
The main thing I know about litter is that if I want my cats to use the litterbox, I have to provide litter that they like, even if I have to put aside my own preferences.
The same thing applies to food. Our preferences do NOT count. We have to feed the kind of food our cats can tolerate based on their health status.
What we want to feed is not necessarily the food they can tolerate and thrive on.
keep this in mind while you are thinking about adding another food to your kitty's diet.