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Smokey

Smokey's Story

My baby Smoke has always vomited at least three times a week, and I just thought that, that's what cats do, vomit a lot. But about 6 months ago he developed a little huff cough which then turned into gag like cough, so I told the vet about it. The vet thought that it was caused by irritation from vomiting so much.

Smokes has had a surgery to change him from a boy kitty to a girl kitty because he had so many bladder stones, so he had to be on special food. So, I didn't have many options for switching foods. I tried science diet c/d, r/d, and healthy advantage, but none of them seemed to help. I even tried given him Laxatone thinking that it could've been hairballs, but that didn't help any either.

Then I found Honest Kitchen while searching for organic foods to try. Ever since I paired Prowl with Perfect Form, he only vomits about once a week (which is really good). He has stopped his gag coughing and has even stopped his little huff coughs. He seems much friskier and has even started to "play" with the dogs again. He has become a much happier and healthier kitty because of Honest Kitchen.

Thank you, Everybody at Honest Kitchen!

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