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Merrick. Chicken dry cat food
on February 16, 2014
I have 3 Persian cats, one in particular has Asthma, Allergies, and a heart murmur. I switched to all natural, grain free, gluten free cat dry cat food when the vet diagnosed my cat with Allergies. Every couple of months or so I switch different Kibbles trying to gain some common ground with all 3 cats. This is the only cat food I have tried that (may) have caused stomach issues. I bought it a couple of days ago and yesterday one cat had really bad Diarrhea, a few hours later both my other cats had the same. They don't really like the taste of this either but have ate enough these last two days.
I'm not saying it may be this cat food that caused this, and if one of my cats have Diarrhea and the other two did not, then it's a good chance its not the food.
Any way, just a tip here.... if your cat has an upset stomach causing Diarrhea, constipation, or even a Urinary tract infection, this is what to do. Buy the gel caps of Cranberry from Walgreens or CBS etc from the vitamin section. Open the gel cap with a knife and twice a day morning and night, give a little (probably one quarter of the whole gel cap to you cat) after a few days, the symptoms will have gone. Cranberry fights Bacteria and gets the system back on track, it works great.