Thank you Maureen and Yuki!
We went out yesterday after returning from a trip to a store that sells the Natural Balance food. They had both Venison and Green Pea and Duck and Green Pea. We kind of have to go out of our way to go to the store, but as long as the kitty is happy; the humans are happy. ;-)
It was a hit! After pilling Skip, I always open the can and let him smell what he is getting. He went wild and wanted it. I have to say that it looks so much better than the Royal Canin canned food.
The best part is that today his head is still normal color. No red! :-) So he likes it and didn't react on day one. We still have two days to go, but it's looking good.
Skip is a lot more happy about the canned food situation after only one day. Funny how you can tell when their spirit is down. I'll stick with Royal Canin hard food for now so I'm not changing too much on Skip at once.
Of course I have a lot of Royal Canin canned food that is sitting around, but I'm sure someone will need it.
Thank you again for the suggestion!
Michelle and Skip
--- In email@example.com, MAUREEN FOGG <maureen.fogg@...> wrote:
> Hello, Very cute video! What a good boy!Â I feed Yuki Natural Balance limited
> ingredient diet canned food somtimes.Â There is Duck and Green Pea and Yuki
> likes the Venison and green pea a little better.Â She isnt a big wet food eater
> - but the venison is her favorite.Â She has allergies to chicken that i know of
> and i suspect other things - luckily she is not allergic to fish as well like
> your guy!Â That really limits the options.
> Best of Luck
> Maureen and Yuki
> From: mec2973 <mec2973@...>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: Wed, June 29, 2011 2:48:43 PM
> Subject: [FH] New Member - My 12 yr old has had HCM for 2 yrs
> Almost 2 years ago on July 9th, 2009, our lives changes when I took Skip to his
> regular checkup and the vet heard a heart murmur. The longer she listened, the
> more my heart dropped as I knew something was wrong.
> Once she said that she thought it was HCM and wouldn't tell me a life
> expectancy, I knew it was serious. I got Skip in to see a cardiologist
> immediately. The cardiologist found that he had an enlarged Thyroid and the
> blood work indicated that he was starting to have a hyperthyroid. The
> cardiologist also said that we were lucky and caught it early.
> After having I-Cat done to get rid of the enlarged Thyroid. Skip now has
> Hypothyroidism. Only 10% of cats go hypo after I-Cat...just our luck. He also
> has food allergies. We know he has allergies to chicken, milk, and fish. So his
> list of diagnosis' are:
> Food Allergies
> He currently takes:
> Morning pill:
> 1/4 Plavix
> 3/4 Enalpril
> 1/2 Thyroid pill
> Evening pill:
> 1/2 Enalpril
> 1/2 Thyroid pill
> Cardiologist has requested that we don't exercise him unless he wants to play.
> Very rare, but very insistent when he does.
> He currently eats:
> Royal Canine Limited Ingredients Feline Duck Hard Food (loves it)
> Royal Canine Limited Ingredients Feline Duck canned food (he barely eats any,
> but he loves canned food, so I know he doesn't like it)
> One question I have is does anyone else's baby have food allergies and if so,
> what canned food do you feed them?
> I would like to change his canned food to something that he would eat. He gets
> the canned food after being a good boy with taking his pill. The duck canned
> food just isn't cutting it for him; since it is supposed to be a treat.
> If you want to see how good he is at taking his pills (he usually jumps on the
> counter...his choice of where to take his pill, so who am I to argue)...here we
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