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wow.. I hope its not corn cuz he eats corn on the cob like its chicken or something... he steals it off the counter. But he's always eaten corn... maybe I should stop letting him have corn now, poor bob.
I know it can be expensive, but I would find a food that doesn't have chicken as any of the ingredients. You can find food like that at Petco. I can't remember the name off the top of my head. Chicken is one of the highest allergens for cats. If you want, pm me and I can give you the link to a cat forum that I go to. They are great and have a lot of helpful and knowledgeable people on it. Remove one ingredient at a time, that's the only way to know what he is allergic to. Switching multiple ingredients all at once, there is no way to know what the culprit is.
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**thank you SO much to tasha_mae for my beautiful siggy
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Glad to hear he's doing better. That's awesome. I would also recommend putting your dogs on something like Frontline Plus in order to keep the fleas out of the house entirely, which will add protection for kitty also (plus keep your dogs flea free as fleas are nasty critters allergies or no).
Best of luck and so glad kitty's doing so much better!
I also have a very sensitive kitty Anything and everything bothers his skin, ears or eyes. I now use grain free natural balance and grain free wellness. Read the front though because some of the food does have grains.