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Old July 7th, 2012, 01:28 PM
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Rescue is my fav. breed
 
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Thank you for rescuing this kitty

Personally I would start with a very restrictive diet with a novelty meat. Turkey/chicken/beef can be protein allergens and unless you do an elimination diet, you won't know which, if any, is affecting his allergies.

The one food that I know of is Nature's Variety Instinct, Venison or Rabbit, canned. It doesn't contain any turkey/chicken/beef and is probably a protein your kitty may never been introduced to and is a high quality canned.

My daughter's cat does well with the prescription food , but since it keeps her sore's away, it is better than living in misery .
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