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Finding food intolerances in cats isn’t easy to do because it’svery rare for cats to have food intolerances or allergies. One of our cats has had skin and fur issues for a few years now and the vets always just say it’s stress related itching and hair loss. We have always felt that this wasn’t the case, but we didn’t know what could be causing these issues with our cat.
It’s finally gotten to the point that our cat just seems miserable a lot of the time and I needed to do something about it and did some research. That is how I learned how cats can have food intolerances and that they so rare that many people don’t consider it as an option when treating and caring for cats. I just knew this meant we needed to change up our cat’s diet and see if it makes a difference in his life. That is why I was excited when PetCurean said that they wanted to work with me and provide my cat with a bag of their Go! Fit and Free Grain Free Cat food.
Going Grain Free
Making the decision to go Grain Free wasn’t an easy decision, but with the advice from a specialist we decided this was the best route to go with our problem cat. We now have been feeding our cats this food for two weeks and I can say that my cat is not obsessively licking and scratching his back like he had been doing. The scab that he had on his back from his “hot spot” is already healing and looking better than ever.
I really think we have found a solution for our cat. I am willing to pay a premium price for his food if it means that he is healthier and no longer suffering like he has been. If you think that your cat might be suffering like mine was then Irecommend you trying this cat food with your cats as well.
One other thing I have noticed with our cats is that they are both a lot more regular in the litter box. Neither cat ever struggles to poop and we have not had any issues with throwing up food or hair balls since switching foods. I believe that our cats are feeling ten times better.
Transitioning Your Cats Food
Transitioning your cat off of their old food and onto their new food is a very important step that you will not want to skip. I was thankful for PetCurean’s transitioning tips because I wouldn’t have known the best way to do it to ensure that my cat was healthy and not struggling physically to digest the new food. Transitioning helped my cats stomachs to adjust to their new food without them getting diarrhea or any other stomach issues.
Find the Perfect Food for Your Cats
If you aren’t sure that this food is the perfect food for your cats do you research because PetCurean has a wide variety of different dry and wet food for both cats and dogs. I bet that you will be able to find the perfect food to find your pets needs without having to try very hard. One thing that I love about their brand is that they are very transparent. You will be able to find the information you are looking for without trouble on their website and if for some reason you cannot they offer really good customer service so don’t be afraid to ask them questions about their foods or your pets needs.
Do you think your cats suffer from food intolerances?
If they do then you might want to head over to www.petcurean.com/pawsome where you can find a $5 off coupon and save money on your future purchase by using my coupon code: PS104ZW997
Now for the best part! I am hosting a giveaway where ONE person will win either a 6lb bag dog kibble or a 4lb bag cat kibble. Winner’s choice!
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