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Rated 5 out of 5
by Gayle17 Has worked miracles!
My youngish adult female cat has terrible allergies with scratching and vomiting. The vet thought she might have IBD (inflammatory bowel disease) and wanted to do invasive testing. No! Chloe was losing weight and not a happy, active cat. I tried multiple foods to no avail. After much research, I found this food. It's changed my cat's life. No more vomiting and she likes the food, both canned and dry. Her coat is thick and healthy looking and her weight is stable. She's now enjoying her life. An added plus is that this food doesn't have an unpleasant odor and the litter box stays fresher. Chloe likes food with gravy and since the canned food doesn't have gravy, I add warm water to make a more soupy meal and she laps it up. She still has a minimal amount of scratching so there may be other unidentified allergens, possibly environmental. Of the different choices of flavors, the turkey and potato is the one that has worked for my cat.
January 30, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Godot Top quality and taste
I have three elderly cats, two of whom are healthy but finicky. Then, there is Godot, a 16 year old Cornish Rex who is allergic to everything but not one specific allergen can be identified. He has only one remaining took allegedly due to his allergies. Unlike the other two, he will eat anything, but cannot due to his allergies.
I tried this food due to its limited ingredients. All three adore it and and appear to be healthier than ever. I feed them this and Solid Gold Bended Tuna. Both these foods keep my elderly cats well nourished and healthy. They gobble it up as if it was a cat treat.
I would recommend this food to anyone, regardless of whether or not the cat has food allergies. Allergies can develop at any time thus fewer ingredients offer a smaller risk for food sensivity/allergy.
I highly recommend this food choice.
September 23, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Beechgirl Blue Buffalo Basics Limited Ingredient Grain-Free Indoor Turkey & Potato Entree
No ash content makes it a top potential for any cat owner...and ours like the flavor too!
June 22, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by KathyRNLMT good product but not for my old kitty
Have a 17 year old siamese that has allergy and stomach issues, was trying to find a food that would be good for her but she didn't like it, she is a Fancy Feast gravy girl. No waste as will be eaten by the other two cats, expensive though. Blue Buffalo is very good products though.
April 3, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by STinPHX Good for older cats with food sensitivites
My 15-year old cat has digestive issues, and has done well since switching to this variety of canned food... and he likes the taste!
October 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5
by DDGirl Sensitive Bellies Love This Food!
We have two 6 year old siblings. Simon has a very sensitive stomach and we have spent years trying to find a food that not only is wholesome and good for him but also will not upset his stomach. Many good quality foods we tried did not "sit well" with him. Not only does this food not upset his stomach and is high quality, he LOVES it and so does his sister Isabella! We have a winner!
November 20, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by SiameseDad Yummy and no puking
My 9 yr old Siamese has been throwing up a lot. Switched to Wellness grain free sometime back and it helped but didn't solve the problem - vet wanted Rx hypoallergenic diet - tried this first and he's been doing fine. His 2 yr old brother likes it too so I don't have to feed him something else and try to keep his brother out of it. Two weeks and counting and so far so good.
November 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Chitown I believe blue buffalo gave me another good year with my Persian.
You get what you pay for and blue buffalo is no different. Costs a bit more but well worth it. Also, Buying it through chewy.com saves me a significant amount. First order was a breeze. Came much quicker than expected. One can was damaged and chewy reimbursed me immediately. Even though I didn't ask for a reimbursement. Great site. Great service.
November 12, 2015