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  • Susan Aufieri
    I know cross-posting is bad netiquette, but this thread applies to both groups!!
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 28, 2004
      I know cross-posting is bad netiquette, but this thread applies to both

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      > From: Susan Aufieri <susanaufieri@...>
      > Date: March 28, 2004 10:49:31 AM EST
      > To: FelineIBD@yahoogroups.com
      > Subject: Re: Wellness Flavors
      > Abby LOVES the turkey and chicken flavors. She gets pretty cozy with
      > the other "X" & Salmon ones. She DID NOT like the with the shrimp,
      > crab and something else. Flat refusal.
      > Speaking of Wellness...
      > On Friday I gave Abby a can of Pinnacle Chicken & Tuna. She promptly
      > got diarrhea (middle of the night). Saturday morning was her hanging
      > out by the litter box, alternating between box time, and
      > howling/hurling. Poor thing didn't know which end to tend to at any
      > given moment.
      > So, off to the natural food/holistic pet food store the hubby and I
      > went to get her some Slippery Elm. I told the owner about what was
      > going on (hurling and diarrhea). While talking to the pet food store
      > owner, she asked what might have caused this. I told her I fed her a
      > can of Pinnacle Chicken & Tuna. She told me sensitive kitties have a
      > hard time with that brand. Oh joy. I told her she'd been on the
      > Wellness and was doing well. She suggested something from Animals'
      > Apawthecary, Phytomucil. It contains the Slippery Elm, but also a
      > couple other things to settle tummies. She is back on track for the
      > eating, not hurling and so far, no brown puddles in the box. MUCH
      > better than the Pepto/Pink Rabies, pink kitchen fiasco of February.
      > Dose is 1/2 ml, and that's easy enough.
      > Then the shoe dropped--Old Mother Hubbard has sold the company. Sandy
      > said every time a company gets sold, it seems the new owners tinker
      > with success and reformulate the foods. So is there a reformulation in
      > our Wellness kitties' futures? I hope not.
      > Susan
      > On Mar 28, 2004, at 1:11 AM, FelineIBD@yahoogroups.com wrote:
      >> For those of you who are feeding Wellness, what flavors have you
      >> found are most successful with your kitties?
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