If your cat has a sensitive stomach and has trouble keeping food down there is something you can try. We’ve had a couple of cats some years back who could only keep down certain dry cat foods. Some cats suffer from digestive issues caused by their diet. So what do you feed a cat with digestive problems?
Below are the two we’ve had the best luck with.
Sensitive stomach cat food
This cat food is focused on being edible and not coming back up. It also comes at a reasonable price. A word of caution, if your cat has cereal intolerance check the label because they won’t do well with this.
|Very affordable option||Not many – if your cat has intolerances to chicken or cereal then this food may not help with their sensitivity|
|Four bag size options for freshness and all budgets|
|Crunchy kibble to maintain teeth and reduce plaque build-up|
|Turkey is the main meat option|
|Higher satisfaction rating than Hills and Blue Buffalo|
|Stops cats vomiting, improves the condition, well-liked by cats|
Of all the options on the market, this sensitive stomach food is the cleanest available and by clean I mean pure food without the factory, contamination, or unnaturally raised ingredients. Made with real fish, no by-products renders, or off-cuts, this high quality food has bio-available proteins in balanced proportions to reduce intolerances, improve the condition, and aid digestibility.
|Most Holistic option on the market – No GM, animals raised with antibiotics, flavors, colors, etc.||Some cats don’t take to the flavor – not everyone likes seafood I guess|
|Cats love to eat it and it works to reduce symptoms of sensitive stomachs as far as owners can tell||Expensive, best to buy when on sale|
One more word about cat food for sensitive stomachs – we all know our cats are picky, that is the biggest issue to overcome. Your mileage may vary.