Just some info for an IBD kitty food

Discussion in 'Feline Health - (The Main Forum)' started by Lillie, Nov 24, 2017.

  1. Lillie

    Lillie Member

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    I had to switch Leo's cat food due to his usual food constantly being out of stock. He is currently in diabetic remission and has IBD. I tried the newer Canidae Pure limited ingredient grain free duck pate and he is doing really really well on this food. From what I've found on Dr.Lisa's list it is anywhere between 3 and 11% carbs. It's not the duck morsels in gravy. The ingredients are very limited with no carageenen. Unfortunately it is very pricey, but seems to be very good for his digestion.
     
  2. Jess and Marky Mark

    Jess and Marky Mark Member

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    Our civvie kitty, Sylvia, has IBD. We feed our kitties Nature's Variety Instinct original canned (NOT Limited Ingredient) Rabbit, Duck, and Venison. They are between 3%-9% on Dr. Lisa's chart. Sylvie and Mark (our sugar kitty) both seem to do really well with it.

    We also feed Earthborn Monterey Medley once in awhile to give them a little variety. It's 10% carbs.
     
  3. Lillie

    Lillie Member

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    Duck is all he can eat for some reason so I was really glad I found the Canidae with limited ingredients. He only ate the rabbit for about a week and then stopped. He did the same thing with the Nature's Variety LI grain free. If they ever run out of ducks somewhere I'm screwed.
     
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