Hi. I think I am looking for something impossible to find. Sorry to put out a post about food - I know we see them all the time - but I am hoping one of you knows of the miracle food I seek. I have been researching using Dr. P's list and the one from Tanya's site as well as the good old internet, and I am starting to lose hope and feel anxious about not being able to find what I need. I am looking for wet food that has high quality protein, is very low in phosphorous and in carbs, preferably a single protein that is not chicken, turkey or fish (pork is also suspect, so prefer to avoid it). Here is the food my girls currently eat. I have been happy with the nutrition stats on it (even lower phos wouldn't hurt my feelings!), so I am hoping I do not have to go too far away from this with the new food. Weruva Chicken Frick A Zee: % from calories (ME Profile; this is how info is on Dr. P's list) - Protein: 51; Fat: 47; Carbs: 2; Phos: 174 Dry Matter - Protein: 67.4; Fat: 25.8; Carbs: 2.7; Phos: 0.81 Here's the 'why' if you want to keep reading... My Willow (17 yrs old) has a long history of allergies/sensitivities. She has done fine for years now eating exclusively chicken, but I am starting to suspect that she may have developed a sensitivity to it, too. This is a nightmare for me. Both of my girls have to eat the same food. I've tried the microchip feeders, and they wanted nothing to do with them. They have separate bowls, but they have an eating ritual that involves switching bowls multiple times during the process (silly, but cute). I cook chicken broth to add to their food and chicken thigh meat to give as testing/medicine treats. They also get crumbled PureBites freeze dried chicken as a food topper. EVERYTHING is chicken. I would like to find something else to try and see 1) if they will eat it and 2) if it begins to alleviate the things that make me suspect the chicken sensitivity. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thank you. UPDATE: I am open to home made food if anyone knows of recipes that would meet the criteria.