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Re: Re: OT cats again ;-)

I can't recall why the C/D formula was brought up in the first place, 
but just thought I'd throw my 2 cents in on cat food, since I've tried 
soooo many different ones.  My vet actually recommended Felidea food for 
my cat that is sick, as it has less processed junk in it and is easier 
to digest.  So, I did.  All 3 cats really like it and seem very 
healthy.  My cat with the GI problem can eat it fine and it still with 
us (which surprises everyone).  They also now make Felidea Platinum for 
senior or overweight cats.  It's not cheap, but it also is no where near 
as expensive at the prescription Science Diet foods.


kmrsy@comcast.net wrote:

>Libby, any cat I ever tried to feed canned C/D formula to, slunk off and
>moped for days on end. I hated facing that cold can after it had been in
>the fridge, but dutifully warmed it in the microwave and then watched
>the huge disappointment in their eyes when they saw it was the same
>horrible stuff. Remembering the $, it was such a shame to throw so much
>out. We did try the dry C/D which was accepted, though not
>enthusiastically, for awhile. However, with multiple cats there is no
>way I could segregate the one on C/D and make sure he got no other food.
>And at that $, I couldn't feed C/D to everyone. ( I think I hear a
>resounding whew! -or was it mew? - coming from the peanut gallery here)
>-------------- Original message -------------- 
>>The vet gave (sold) me 3 different foods to try. Darn cat won't eat 
>>either of the canned ones (one of them is the C/D) - and she's hungry, 
>>too. She'll eat the pouch one sometimes. Sounds like Sugar might have a 
>>dry version of C/D? Cassie likes dry food, too, maybe I'll see of they 
>>have that. 
>>Maryland zone 6 
>>Libby - we have Sugar on the prescription C/D food from the vet and it's 
>>worked wonders for her. Is that what you're trying now? Just remember it 
>>is VERY rich so you'll have to cut down the amount you feed. My vet gave 
>>me a little measuring cup to use when we put her on a diet a few years 
>>Pam Evans 
>>Kemp, TX 
>>zone 8A 
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