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Go! SENSITIVITIES Limited Ingredient Duck Grain-Free Dry Cat Food

Go! SENSITIVITIES Limited Ingredient Duck Grain-Free Dry Cat Food

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    Hallelujah

    By Cherie on Sep 12, 2020

    I have 2 cats about 9 months old. One would vomit almost daily immediately after eating and I tried several foods that were free of bad ingredients And the other could clear the house when he used the litter because the smell was so bad. My stinky boy started to vomit on occasion which led me to believe I have 2 cats about 9 months old. One would vomit almost daily immediately after eating and I tried several foods that were free of bad ingredients And the other could clear the house when he used the litter because the smell was so bad. My stinky boy started to vomit on occasion which led me to believe that the food was just not working with them and I had to find something different again. Thanks to others reviews I decided to give this food a try. Hallelujah, about 3 weeks in I have only had one vomit issue and now you don’t even know when they use the litter! They really like the food too. Would recommend giving it a try if you get vomit and stinky poo. … more

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    Meh not mewow

    By KSparkle on Jan 23, 2020

    My cat is very picky about her dinner. I was hoping she wouldn’t notice the dry food gradual switch since I mix with wet but she was appalled by GO! In her meal. So GO! Was NOGO! She will eat it if I give it to her one morsel as a treat. I gave some to a friend whose cat thought it was ok but not My cat is very picky about her dinner. I was hoping she wouldn’t notice the dry food gradual switch since I mix with wet but she was appalled by GO! In her meal. So GO! Was NOGO! She will eat it if I give it to her one morsel as a treat. I gave some to a friend whose cat thought it was ok but not that into it. … more

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Cats like it

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    Good quality food. The cats like it. They are IB cats, and the only food they could somewhat tolerate isnt being made anymore. Poops are firming up some, and not smelling to high heavens. I would have given it 5 stars , but the eggs make it a double protein. One of my boys has a chicken issue. They both have a fish oil issue, which knocks out all the other duck limited ingredient foods. So, this is the food until someone makes a real single protein food with duck as the meat.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Not sure, yet

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    Good ingredients and my cats will eat it, but I don't think they are crazy about it. I'm going to mix it with a different kibble and see what happens.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Lots of choices just like the petstore

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    My cats enjoy this catfood. It lasts and there's less waste in the litterbox.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Diet Duck?

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    My two cats like this food, but they are eating more of the Go! Sensitivity + Shine Limited Ingredient Diet Duck as compared to the other pricey brands that I buy for them -- and my heavy cat is gaining weight. In light of the weight gain, I will switch my kitties to other cat foods, and sprinkle in this diet duck food occasionally. I think that my overweight tuxedo polydactyl just really enjoys the taste of waterfowl. (Note: The cats' energy levels are good, which is the norm for them when on expensive cat chow.)

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    go! substituted for out-of-stock Blue Buffalo LI Duck - success w/my cats!

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    Recently, the Blue Buffalo Limited Ingredient Duck I had been feeding my 4 cats has been out-of-stock. Initially I panicked, but I finally settled on this go! variety as a substitute. 2 of my 4 kitties have IBD and 1 of the other 2 turns up her nose at most everything. As of now, all 4 of my cats have successfully been able to eat this with no problems. That is to say no increase in vomiting (beyond what is normal for them). AND, no one turned their nose up to it right away. We'll see how they do over time, but at the moment I'm happy with this.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Very Tiny Kibble

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    I have 6 large hybrid cats. This kibble is very tiny and they don't seem real fond of the tiny size. However this is a good food and they do eat it. I will give it some more time and see if they continue to eat this despite the small kibble size.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    The boys love it :)

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    I have 2 male cats, one of which has allergies to most commercially available foods. I had a really tough time finding a limited ingredient diet formulation that he didn't react to. The poor guy would develop intense itching with LID formulas that had any fish or turkey as a protein base and he even developed gastroenteritis with rectal bleeding on a rabbit formula. This product seems to have done the trick. Much less itching...And both the boys seem to love the taste. They come running when they hear the bag! If you have a kitty with food sensitivities, I think it's really worth a try.

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