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Old May 10th, 2003, 08:42 AM
Kim L Kim L is offline
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Unhappy Feline Dermatitis

My cat is suffering from feline dermatitis -- my vet has advised that I should only feed her a low allergen diet. I can only find this in dry kibble which my cat doesn't care for. As a result, she is losing weight and starving! I tried cooking her some fresh Lamb and Chicken, but she didn't like that either. Any suggestions would be most welcome.
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Old May 19th, 2003, 09:31 AM
binky6 binky6 is offline
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Lightbulb I might try grinding it

I might try grinding it in a blender or food processor,and adding a bit of water to it.

maybe it will work

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Old May 25th, 2003, 02:45 PM
Kim L Kim L is offline
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Feline Dermatitis

Thanks for your suggestion! I actually did blend the Lamb with white rice and scrambled egg yoke (cooked in the microwave).

Recently, my vet has suggested Medi-cal, Hypoallergenic/Gastro (Duck and Pheasant) and she is eating again. I'm keeping my fingers crossed. I only wish I knew about this sooner. Thanks again.
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