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One of my cats Sugar has recently thrown up twice in a 4 day period. She hasnt done this since ages ago when she was a kitten. I took her to the vet, they say she is perfectly healthy and they have no idea why she was throwing up. I discovered when she was a baby it was the food and she just has a sensitive stomach. The thing is for one year she has eaten Science Diet ID/Proplan chicken. This is the only thing she will not puke up until this week. Does anyone know if she is just throwing up b/c of the food again or maybe it is because these foods have allergens in it?

She has a really sensitive stomach, I am thinking of switching foods but I am so worried b/c she has thrown up so many times with the different foods I have fed her before. Any advice would definitely be appreciated! Thanks :)

If it is the allergens or something in the food perhaps, I am thinking about Felidae since I have heard good reviews on it.
 

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I am just happy to say I feel real giddy right now b/c I ordered Felidae and am going to go get some Chicken soup for cat lovers later on this week. I'm going to see which one they like better.

Is Felidae better or Chicken soup for cat lovers? I believe both are top notch but just wondering on that.

Does anyone know what is the website for Felidae so I can find a store near me? All I find is websites that sell it, but I want a store locator for them.

Thanks >><<
 

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Kitkat, I recently put my furkids (I love that word!) on Felidae. The website is www.canidae.com and it has a store locator but I can already tell you where I got mine since I live in Austin too! I got it at Buck Moore Feed Supply, they are on North Lamar.
Btw, if you are in need of another kitty :D I know of a woman with some great cats she is fostering. Or even if you have a friend who wants one, just let me know because she is trying so hard to find these cats good homes. (She is the one I got Justin from.)
 

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KitKat: I would see if you could find a sample of Solid Gold cat food for this little one.
Food allergies can come and go at any age, and form to just about anything.

Solid Gold is one of the best, it has no normal ingredients which cause allergys (chemical preservatives, beef, corn, etc).

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Solid Gold specializes in the development of "non-allergenic" products. Solid Gold always uses wholesome USDA Choice lamb and beef meal, USDA grade I and II grains, and healthful monounsaturated and polyunsaturated oils. They never use chemical preservatives such as BHA, BHT and Ethoxyquin. Solid Gold never uses wheat, corn or soy. Animal or poultry fat is never added to their products.

Lamb Meal, Menhaden Fish Meal, Ground Millet, Ground Brown Rice, Ground Barley, Rice Bran Oil, Canola Oil, Flax Seed Oil, Amaranth, Rice Bran, Garlic, Blueberries, Yucca Schidigera Extract, Taurine, Carotene, Choline Chloride, Calcium Carbonate, Vitamin E Supplement, Iron Proteinate, Vitamin A Supplement, Zinc Proteinate, Niacin Supplement, Folic Acid, Thiamine, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Manganese Proteinate, Copper Proteinate, Ethylenediamine Dihydriodide, Natural Flavors Added.

Crude Protein (minimum) 34%
Crude Fat (minimum) 12%
Moisture (maximum) 10%
Crude Fiber (maximum) 5%


Here is another one people have used to fight allergies in their pets.


Holistic Blend
At Holistic Blend we are dedicated to providing your pets with the finest in natural foods and health care products. All of our ingredients are third party tested. We use only top quality, non-allergenic ingredients.. free from pesticides, hormones, antibiotics and chemical preservatives.

Low ash chicken meal, ground brown rice, chicken fat (preserved with rosemary extract) hulless barley, chicken meat, soy protein, millet, salmon meal, flax seed, dried whole egg, phosphoric acid, amaranth, alfalfa, cranberries, apples, garlic powder, cinnamon powder, rosemary, potassium chloride, nutritional yeast, choline chloride, L-lysine, potassium sorbate, dicalcium phosphate, yucca shidigera, vitamin A acetate, vitamin D3, vitamin E, ferrous sulphate, taurine, zinc oxide, zinc proteinate, niacin, copper proteinate, manganese oxide, manganese proteinate, calcium pantothenate, sodium bisulphate complex (source of vitamin K), pyridoxine hydrochloride, vitamin B12, calcium iodate, folic acid.

Crude Protein (min) 32%
Crude Fat (min) 18%
Moisture (max) 10%
Crude Ash (max) 6.5%
Omega 3 Fatty Acids (min) 4.5%
Crude Fibre (max) 3%
Omega 6 Fatty Acids (min) 0.61%

(Edit) :: Opps! And yes, Compairing Felidea and Chicken Soup adult, Felidae is better, ingredient wise.
 

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Oops, I havent read this post before I messaged you. Thank you for the information and I dont know anyone wanting cats right now but hopefully they all find a good home. I hate seeing cats out there without homes, saw one near a Walgreens the other nite.....I wish I could of took it home :?
 

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I understand how you must have felt Kitkat --- It is so sad
ps I hope your kitty is not throwing up any more
 

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Thanks Ioana

She hasn't thrown up recently but I'm still switching foods within a few days. I'll update on which food they like! :wink:
 

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That is great - I know how bad it is when something like this happens!
Way to go Sugar @@@
 
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