Back in February our senior cat was given three weeks of an antibiotic- well naturally that resulted in loose stools. He is on the Hills CD after his PU surgery so we were pretty limited on our food options to help his gut recover. We started him on Metronidazole for 2 weeks to firm everything up and seemingly it did nothing, but make it worse. We went cold turkey all meds/probiotics to see if his gut could recovery naturally. There were a few good days here and there. Then we started having full blown diarrhea again. The vet put him on another round of Metronidazole and again it just got worse. We took him to a new vet that recommended we start with this food. We were looking at running a bunch of tests to rule out anything nefarious since we were going on 4 months of loose stools and meds not helping. Within a week of mixing this with his Hills CD food, we had consistently healthy looking stools. And the best part is that it still protects him against urine crystals. This food seriously worked a miracle on our senior cat's gut.
My 4-year old rescue cat has had chronic gastrointestinal issues since the day she was adopted as an 8-week old kitten. After many vet visits, costly prescription diets, supplements, meds, $$$$, etc., we had none to little success normalizing her BMs. My vet suggested Biome & I was reluctant to change bc of the many times we'd been that route with no results, as well as the stress of transitioning. I finally relented & tried Biome & was impressed that even in the initial stages of transitioning from her current prescription food to Biome, I was seeing results. Within a day or two after the 100% transition to Biome was completed, she had (pardon my TMI) normal, solid stools. It truly is a wonderful diet & I have high hopes that these positive results will continue.
I had such a hard time trying to buy my cats prescription food from a big chain pet store, I won’t name names, that I decided to purchase it through Chewy instead. Chewy did not disappoint. I uploaded my cat’s script during my purchase and it arrived 3 days later!!! My cat’s belly is happy and I am happy. thanks for making it easy like I was buying cat food and not a Schedule 2 drug.
My kitty developed some serious vomiting/diarrhea from some unknown reason (accompanied by an ear infection - check your cat's ears!). Tresaderme with a steroid and antibiotic is what the vet gave her in addition to Endosorb which will absolutely harden their stool, if that is what you need. He also had me buy this food and my cat actually likes to eat it. It is still early on in the "problem solving" part of adjusting her diet, but it's good that she likes to eat this and the diarrhea itself seems to be improving from this combination. Endosorb is a tablet that you divide and sprinkle on their food. (My vet said it works for people, too.) My one star removal is because 1) it is very annoying to have to have a vet's prescription for food and 2) the price of this product.. Why or why is this required? It is ridiculous - what is the danger here, that a cat will eat it and get sick?! Pet food companies already produce garbage for our animals to eat, causing many of the issues that require a higher quality food like this or others. What 'Pet Fooled' and find out. Dumb!
My cat who needs to eat this food because of his recurring digestion issues will not eat it without covering the kibble in wet food. He normally likes chicken, so it's unusual for him not to eat chicken dry food. Wasted a lot of money on this food.
After all good reviews, I thought this may help my cat with IBD, diagnosed after ultrasound. When the diarrhea became more watery, I had to stop. I ended up doing hair test for good intolerances, and he had high level intolerance to first three ingredients. Now I will try to find a food that he can tolerate. No more chicken!!
I have two cats that really need this type of food, one for crystals and one for GI issues. Neither of them liked it !!! It’s so expensive to just keep buying prescription food. I wish they would give out samples for these situations.
My cat was having issues with diarrhea and I had tried numerous sensitive stomach cat foods but my vet recommended biome and our problem is solved. It's expensive but totally worth not having to bathe my long haired cat every other day and clean up messes everywhere
This food has settled Cambridge's very sensitive stomach. A big plus is that he loves the flavor. It's so flavorful that his brother Stanford, who has no digestive issues, always tries to eat the Gastrointestinal Biome, too.
This food has completely changed my sweet kitty's life! He's only 7 and has been dealing with chronic constipation from his original urinary care diet food. My vet recommended this and he has regular movements everyday now and it also helps with urinary care which was important for me! This has made my boy feel so much better and has really helped my anxiety that he is doing so much better. It is pricey but it is worth every penny to help my boy!