Cat food for a sensitive stomach

Cat food for a sensitive stomach should be a form of prescription diet.

Some cats are intolerant to certain types of food. If your cat vomits about two hours after eating it might indicate a food intolerance or hypersensitivity to that type or brand of food.

Apparently grains (wheat and corn) in cat food are the common cause. Cats, apparently, can also be intolerant to protein such as chicken and/or fish.

The obvious choice of cat food in this instance is grain free cat food. There are also cat foods that contain reduced protein. The Cat Owner's Home Veterinary Handbook recommend (in the USA) Eukanuba Response LB Feline, Royal Canin Hypoallergenic HP Feline, Royal Canin Neutral Formula Feline, Royal Canin's Limited Ingredients with duck, lamb, rabbit or venison, Science Diet Feline d/d with duck, rabbit or venison and Science Diet z/d ULTRA Allergen Free Feline.

See also hypoallergenic cat food.

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