I tried a completely different veterinary practise and there was a point as my cat is much better as I said before and if I hadn't done he would have been dead by now. As Toffee was giving up the will to live. All the other vets said take him to a dermatolgy practise but we didn't have to in the end as our new vet dealt with the problem. It's up to judypops to decide what she wants to do.
Post by heartpawprints on Apr 9, 2013 17:42:55 GMT
Well, Georgia in the five years I've had her so far has always scratched at herself though mercifully not to the extent that your poor chap has. It was a suggestion from the other Your Cat forum that has been a miracle for her. Someone suggested Almo Nature and it is really very hypoallergenic, much better and more palatable than James Wellbeloved if Georgia's reaction to it is anything to go by.
Her coat is now, for the first time ever, glossy and silky and she hardly scratches at all. She will only scratch if she dips into Ruppee's normal food.
I get mine through Monster Pet Supplies www.monsterpetsupplies.co.uk/. The good thing about it is that there is more range than just chicken or fish.
Best of luck, it's awful to see any animal suffering with something that on the face of it should be so easy to treat. Rachel