I have two 6mo old kittens/m& f/ who eat Friskies wet cat food. Lately the female has vomited...
for several days/once per day & is avoiding eating the Friskies wet food --the male & female try to cover the food as if it were litter box excrement. They have been out in the yard daily eating grass and gnawing on twigs. I am going to take back the two 24 pack cans of Friskies cause her vomiting has been since I have given her the Friskies from this carton. What do you think about this?
My vet once told me that wet cat food is basically junk and that I shouldn't use it. When I did give it to her (every once in a while) she would have serious bowel issues. So I only give my cat dry food and she is much happier. I would switch if I were you and maybe take your cats to the vet just in case.
My cats always got sick off of Friskies. Check around the hubs for some information concerning pet foods recalled and how to tell if the pet food that you give them is safe. I would feed them little bits of raw hamburger or chicken. Get then Spayed/Neutered NOW! Spay Today can help you with that if there is a financial problem. I wrote a hub that many should read about :http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Importance-Of-Spaying-and-Neutering-Your-Animal-Companion
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