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Old 24-06-2017, 01:31 PM   #481
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Hi, can I have a recommendation for hypoallergenic cat food and where do I buy it?

One of my cats seems to be having a food allergy, she's been licking her abdomen and some parts of her limbs bare the past few months. Aside from the bald patches and vomiting of the fur (the size of an index finger my god) once, there's no other sign. I've shaved her coat.

For the first 4.5 years of her life I've fed her dry Royal Canin Indoor, then ever since bringing her back from overseas in Nov 2016 she's mainly been on a combination of dry Petcurean Go Trim+Fit, dry Orijen Cat & Kitten, dry Orijen 6 Fish, canned Kit Cat Chicken Classic, Chicken & Lamb, Chicken & Beef, Chicken & Prawn, along with occasional Orijen duck and wild boar treats.

I've already removed Orijen 6 fish from her diet for a month, she's still gobbling the rest happily yet still licking herself quite a bit. As such I'd like to put her on a hypoallergenic trial. Any suggestions?
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Old 29-06-2017, 06:19 PM   #482
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Anyone tried Natural Core? http://www.naturalcore.sg

Seems like it's organic. I am currently doing meowing heads for dry and Aixia for wet food. Just wondering if this organic is better.
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Old 04-07-2017, 03:08 PM   #483
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I've been giving my cat Solid Gold (dry) and Fussie Cat Premium/Wellness Gold (wet). She had 2 kittens and they'll be able to start eating soon. I wanna prevent any dehydration problems by going wet-cat-food heavy proportion-wise, but are there good wet food brands with kitten-focused food being sold here?
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Old 07-07-2017, 06:58 PM   #484
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One of my kitten had Schesir as her wet food. They carry tuna / chicken flavor only for Kittens

I've been giving my cat Solid Gold (dry) and Fussie Cat Premium/Wellness Gold (wet). She had 2 kittens and they'll be able to start eating soon. I wanna prevent any dehydration problems by going wet-cat-food heavy proportion-wise, but are there good wet food brands with kitten-focused food being sold here?
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Old 14-07-2017, 11:46 AM   #485
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Anyone tried this or other series from this brand? Okay to feed my meow?

Nurture Pro Cat Indoor Nourish Life - Alaskan Salmon Formula (All Life Stages)
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Old 14-07-2017, 11:53 PM   #486
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Anyone tried this or other series from this brand? Okay to feed my meow?

Nurture Pro Cat Indoor Nourish Life - Alaskan Salmon Formula (All Life Stages)
I just bought the 40lb chicken one for my cats. All of them eat it normally and no rejection.
It's a decent brand except not grain free. This Salmon formula should be ok for all cats.

Alaskan Salmon Formula For Indoor Kitten & Adult Cat
Indoor cats can be less active when compared to those who are outdoor, so we have specifically created a formula to give them complete nutrition while helping them to manage a healthy weight. With Coconut Oil, our formula can help control hairball problems as a result of increase in indoor grooming.
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Nurture Pro Nourish Life Alaskan Formula is primarily for kittens and adult cats, who groom and primarily live indoors.
Alaskan Salmon as 1st ingredient - Rich in Vitamin B6 and B12
Double berry blend – Cranberries and Blueberries that provide phytonutrients while supporting urinary tract health
Low levels of Ash and Magnesium that prevents feline lower urinary tract disease (FLUTD)
Chia Seeds - Providing 3x more Omega 3 than Salmon while promoting lustrous furcoat
Taurine to prevent further retinal and immune degeneration
Added Coconut Oil, to help cats to effectively manage hairball issues
NO Wheat, Soy and Corn
Ingredients

Contains
Alaskan Salmon, Salmon Meal, Pure Pearled Barley, Steamed Oat,Menhaden Fish Meal. Brewers Dried Yeast, Dried Beet pulp, Menhaden Fish Oil (preserved with Mixed Tocopherols), Flaxseed Oil, Sunflower Oil, Coconut Oil, Garbanzo Beans, Cranberries, Blueberries, Tomatoes, Carrots, Kelp, Alfalfa, Chia seed, Taurine, Parsley Leaf, Glucosamine, Chondroitin, Chamomile, Cinnamon, Rosemary Extract, Ginkgo, Dandelion Root, Marigold Flower, Turmeric, Burdock Root, Lavender Flower, Angelica Root, L-Lysine,Yucca Schidigera Extract, Lecithin, Choline chloride

Nutritional Analysis
Crude Protein Min. 32%, Crude Fat Min. 12%, Crude Fiber Max. 3%, Moisture Max. 10%, Ash Max. 4.5%, Calcium Min. 1.0%, Phosphorus Min. 0.9%, Omega 6* Min. 2.1%, Omega 3* Min. 0.6%, Vitamin A Min. 22,500 IU/kg, Vitamin E Min. 170 IU/kg, Vitamin C Min 31.5 mg/kg, Glucosamine Min. 1230 mg/kg, LAB* Min. 300 million CFU/lb, Cellulase Min. 140 CU/lb.
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Old 14-07-2017, 11:57 PM   #487
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Anyone tried Natural Core? http://www.naturalcore.sg

Seems like it's organic. I am currently doing meowing heads for dry and Aixia for wet food. Just wondering if this organic is better.
If only one cat and doesn't mind the cost of any food, sure can try but not sure if everyone organic is necessarily since its not grain free as it has brown rice and doesn't need the soyabean either.
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Thanks. Btw is it ideal to give boiled chicken breast for their main food every day?
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Thanks. Btw is it ideal to give boiled chicken breast for their main food every day?
No.

Boiled chicken is a wonderful and healthy treat to give cats.

BUT Cats require essential vitamins and taurine which is an essential amino acid that are in cat foods which the chicken only diet will lack so it must be a supplemental treat rather than the main staple.
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No.

Boiled chicken is a wonderful and healthy treat to give cats.

BUT Cats require essential vitamins and taurine which is an essential amino acid that are in cat foods which the chicken only diet will lack so it must be a supplemental treat rather than the main staple.
Then I will just feed him once a week.
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Old 25-07-2017, 03:23 PM   #491
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I mix canned cat food (tuna) with home cooked steam chicken. I mix them. My cat picked out the chicken to eat. Leave the canned tuna alone. 😓
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