They were on Royal Canin kitten 36 - from the breeder - and I continued on ... until 2 weeks ago, I transitioned them to Taste of the Wild. That hasn't helped either. I ordered some Blue Buffalo Kitten chicken and rice that I may start mixing with the TOTW. I don't really know. I feel like changing their food around like this will make things worse.
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I have a one-yr old cat that started having seizures when he was 9 months. We aren’t sure what is causing them but he was very sick as a kitten. We fostered his litter from 4 mos and he had Herpes, conjunctivitis, and an upper respiratory infection. Plus he’s blind in one eye from a ruptured cornea. He is now on Leviteractium (Keppra) and Potassium Bromide every day and he still has frequent seizures. 1) Are there any negative side-effects to the diet? 2)How do you “switch” them without upsetting their stomach? 3) Was your vet supportive of the change? I was all ready to order Taste of the Wild until I read the last review.
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Taste of the Wild has returned our home to normal. Our new kitten filled our home with the most horrendous stench during certain visits to her litter box. Changes in her litter and food did not help. Online research led us to the conclusion that she had a corn allergy. However, she was reluctant to eat grain-free products until we brought home Taste of the Wild dry food. Today, she is eating well and we can breathe more easily, literally.
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