Originally Posted by AlleyGirl
He was doing better yesterday. No bowl movement...He is not dehydrated...
That is very good news!
I want to clarify something with you...
|...I don't appreciate the insinuation that he is being neglected...
I intended no such interpretation. Having personally witnessed the lack of understanding about some very basic "feline fundamentals" on the part of Petsmart staff and, having read many accounts of similar experiences from others, I was concerned that this very obvious need might well be overlooked while he was in the store. My comment was intended as a "heads-up"/reminder, not
as criticism of your own care and concern.
If, when you are dealing with potential "adoptors", you are able to confirm that they are flexible in their food choices for a new cat, you perhaps should consider making the strong recommendation that they slowly transition him back to what he was doing so well on before...Orijen and California Natural or, better yet a high protein/high fat/low carb wet food diet.