Hello! a month ago I changed my cats' food to Brit Care Missy. I am really happy with it, they like it and seem healthy. Also it works well for my cat with tendency to urinary problems given its low mineral content. I have noticed that they drink more water since I started feeding it to them. That's good for them. My question concerns the sodium content, I've seen that it's 0,80. Is that why they drink more? I assume it's a healthy sodium quantity since the food is really good, but wanted to double check with you. Thank you for your answer!!
Hi, I write from Italy. One year ago my cat Parsifal had skin problems. A sort of irritation, eczema. My veterinary sad me to buy an hypoallergenic food. I try your Missy for sterilazed cats. Parsifal went good but today, after over a year, the problem is returned. The veterinary has saw the ingredients of you food and he said that it is not hypoallergenic at all! Is it true? He said that the proteins are not hidrolized. I don't understand. Can you help me? Thank you
Hi,I have a 6 month old cat, recently sterilized. So now, being a cat that lives in an apartment, without going outside, the cat will have a tendency to gain weight. I have seen that dry light / overweight cat food has more protein and less fat than specific dry food for sterilized cats. What do you recommend me? Thank you.
Hello I really enjoyed your quality food for my cats, I am now having problems with my cat being hyperthyroid and i want to give her a low iodine food, could you please specify what are my options in this disease from your catalogue. thank you in advance
Hello, my kitten is 7 months old and he is sterilized. Can he start eating Brit Care Missy right now? And is it necessary to switch to this type of food, if he has no problems with health and weight?
Hi Friends. I have a cat with crystals struvite. Which are the levels about calcium, magnesium, phosphorus and sodium in "Brit care cat missy "? Will this Cat food be good for him? Thank you very much and regards
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