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Probably a stupid question, but what does it mean when someone says a cat food is "rich"? I think of a rich food as heavy, buttery, creamy etc.

Im referring to California Natural chicken and brown rice which someone called "rich" and I just dont think of it that way.

In trying to clear one cats diarrhea, now I've given the other one the runs! :cussing:sad
 

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with cat food, to me, rich = fat content, but I checked the nutrition on this food and it's not jumping off the charts...you got me *shrugz*
 

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Does it have gravy. My Vet warned me: Gravy = diarrhea.

My testing has confirmed this.
 

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Rich does apply to fat content. The term is often mis-used around here.
 

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Hi. Ok, thanks for the clairification. No, California natural is not gravy like at all. The funny thing is he's ok when I give him california natural canned, but gets the runs on the dry version. The canned has egg and brown rice and the dry has white rice, so Im wondering if the canned is easier on his system?
 
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