- Anxiety / Behavior Issues, Low Energy / Vitality, Senior Needs, Urinary Tract / Kidney Issues, Weight Issues: Underweight, Picky Eater
Even tho Mini was starving, she would not eat any of the grocery store foods I tried. When my sample order of Grace arrived, I mixed up a bowl and Mini went to town - it was the first food she would eat.
Foster cats are often difficult to sort out, but a cat that won't eat is at great risk. Mini is an adult cat and her weight was down to 4 lbs, a very dangerous weight for an adult cat. Eating had to be the first priority.
Mini is now eating properly and the rest of her bodily functions are coming right along. She will soon be ready to find her fur-ever home.
Thank you Honest Kitchen for providing the best food possible for a starving cat. Whether it is mixed in a bowl or given by syringe, I plan to keep Honest Kitchen in my kitchen for future foster cats.
B G Carter
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