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Re: New Topic: Scabby things on neck

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  • taillesscatrescue
    Yep, I had a cat (non herpes) sensitive to chicken and it threw me for the longest time. He did fine on Salmon and green pea food. Thanks, Kitty
    Message 1 of 10 , Sep 1, 2011
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      Yep, I had a cat (non herpes) sensitive to chicken and it threw me for the longest time. He did fine on Salmon and green pea food.
      Thanks,
      Kitty
      --- In felineherpes@yahoogroups.com, "Melissa C" <missa71660@...> wrote:
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      > She doesn't have fleas... I went today and got the Blue Wilderness Duck kibble and also got some of the canned turkey and canned duck. We'll see. I did contact Irene for the URI 30. Thank you so much for the info. I never thought about the chicken being the problem. I have a vomitter too and have over the years gone to several different foods without the preservatives, grains, by products, etc. never thought it could be the chicken.
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      > Melissa
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    • Kate Dale
      good. Kate Dale From: Melissa C To: felineherpes@yahoogroups.com Sent: Wednesday, August 31, 2011 11:44 PM Subject: [felineherpes]feline
      Message 2 of 10 , Sep 1, 2011
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        good.


        Kate Dale

        From: Melissa C <missa71660@...>
        To: felineherpes@yahoogroups.com
        Sent: Wednesday, August 31, 2011 11:44 PM
        Subject: [felineherpes]feline herpes Re: New Topic: Scabby things on neck


        Kate,

        Thanks, but I don't use plastic..
        --- In felineherpes@yahoogroups.com, Kate Dale <hermitcrabsrus49@...> wrote:
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        > if you are using plastic bowls switch to food and water dishes that arent plastic
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        > Kate Dale
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        > From: Melissa C <missa71660@...>
        > To: felineherpes@yahoogroups.com
        > Sent: Wednesday, August 31, 2011 12:42 PM
        > Subject: [felineherpes]feline herpes Re: New Topic:  Scabby things on neck
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        > She doesn't have fleas...� I went today and got the Blue Wilderness Duck kibble and also got some of the canned turkey and canned duck.� We'll see.� I did contact Irene for the URI 30.� Thank you so much for the info.� I never thought about the chicken being the problem.� I have a vomitter too and have over the years gone to several different foods without the preservatives, grains, by products, etc.� never thought it could be the chicken.
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        > Melissa
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        > --- In felineherpes@yahoogroups.com, "Melissa C" <missa71660@> wrote:
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        > > Thanks,
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        > > I was just looking at the canned food Blue Wilderness too.� Thanks for the info...� It's funny, some people have no problems with their cats at all...then there are mine who are allergic to everything.� I will keep going though till I figure it out.� Have to..they are my furbabies, right?
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        > > Melissa
        > > --- In felineherpes@yahoogroups.com, "taillesscatrescue" <taillesscatrescue@> wrote:
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        > > > Hi Melissa,
        > > > That definitely is from allergies.� First thing I'd look at is whether there are any fleas at all.� Some cats can scab up like that from a single flea bite.� So treat for fleas, wait a week or two and see if the scabs have gone away.
        > > > If not, it's possible that it's a food allergy triggered by the change in food to the longevity.� Cats don't just develop allergies to "junk", chicken and fish are in the top 5 common allergens for cats.� If the flea treatment doesn't work you might try the Blue Basics turkey and potato or duck and potato food for a few weeks and see if the scabbing goes away.
        > > > thanks,
        > > > Kitty
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        > > > --- In felineherpes@yahoogroups.com, "Melissa C" <missa71660@> wrote:
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        > > > > Hi guys,
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        > > > > Sasha has been doing well but for the last few weeks I noticed that she has these scabby things on her neck� and her eyes are watery.� Although she loves being petted on neck and chin and head as soon as I start petting her, the back foot comes up to scratch (especially when I hit certain areas around the neck and mouth.)�
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        > > > > I feed them Blue Wilderness which has no junk in it at all.� No preservatives, no by products, grains or soy.� A few weeks ago I did try� to change them over to Blue Longevity, but both had that problem and figured it was the fish and quickly went back to the Blue Wilderness.� Also although we have daily brushings and her fur is shiny, she still has dandruff, so I am thinking that it might be scabs on her body too.� I don't see her scratching herself, only on her head, face, and neck, though.� Does anyone have any ideas?
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        > > > > Melissa
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