My first recommendation was to remove the dry. As a kitten, this is a great time to introduce carnivore appropriate diets—meat based canned or raw. The clients looked confused, as they’d been told by their veterinarian kittens needed dry food to promote dental health. Dry foods unfortunately do not clean teeth, and even if they did, the lack of moisture and the high levels of carbohydrates in most drys are more detrimental to feline health than beneficial.
Because of the research the couple had done they were receptive to raw, yet concerned with the cost. Nor, were they were quite ready to jump into home-prepared. Fortunately TC Feline provides a solution. Armed with this supplement, fresh ground meat and introduction instructions, their kittens were set up to try a well-balanced, cost-effective raw food diet.
Three days later, they returned to stock up. Both kittens now ate with enthusiasm and his stools, while still soft, were formed! But the moment that warmed my heart, was when they shared the male had never liked being picked up. After his first meal of raw, he asked for attention and allowed them to pick him up. Plus he's been more affectionate since. Why the change? How friendly are you when you have a stomach ache? No more digestion problems, no more bellyaches.