Thank you Sugarcatmom. I love my cats so much I just want what is best for them. Same thing with my dog. I posted about her behavior problem (and I think in this case it is behavioral) on the dog forum, but so far no suggestions. I'm so grateful everyone here on the cat forum responded so promptly. The minute I told my mom about what it could be, she called the vet and pulled the necessary strings!
I'm wondering, could it be that her "food allergies" were actually Hyperthyroidism all along? I say that because I was reading about the symptoms of it and she had those as far back as when we got her, but our vet said it was food allergies, after running some tests. Is it possible she was misdiagnosed?