misty66 wrote in post #17446868
Thanks Bill, for Luna it is probably proteins from chicken, we have now started with an elimination diet. No let me say that correctly she is going to start. First thing is to get her to eat again. She also gets prednisone. And we stop with feeding anything Chicken.
She already eats grainfree food, as I would like them to eat raw, Yari is not having it Luna likes it more. She is a trouble eater but for now I bought things which she is aloud to eat.
So two days she can eat anything because she has to start eating (and she does) and than a chicken free diet. And if that is not it, we have to eliminate other things than can cause her to vomit because of that she stops to eat.
Thanks for your info hope squeaky will feel better soon too.
Good luck! Some cats are tough to handle with the food - mine is now on the C/D prescription diet (which he likes, fortunately), but before that...
He likes Friskies well enough, but when I learned how bad that was for him, I tried ALL the high-quality foods and the only one he'd eat was Dr Weil's Pet Promise. They stopped making that, and it was a mad rush to find something, anything, that he'd eat, and he again turned down all the high-quality, grain-free foods, but this time, at whole foods, I found Spot's Stew (salmon), which he liked. I think it still had chicken in it, even though the first ingredient was salmon meal, but that's one you could check in case I remember wrong (if you don't already have the right food lined up for her).