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Kirkland Cat Food.



Complaint Rating:  25 % with 12 votes
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New York, New York
United States
Kirkland Signature "Super Premium Maintenance Formula" dry cat food.
I am volunteer in Bensonhurt Petco Store for cleaning up the
cat kennel. Last week beginning, K9kastle changed their dry cat food. They all are suffering from diarrhea anywhere. I feel worried and contact with K9kastle.org but they seem not take any action. One of cat have been adopted after suffering diarrhea. Her name is Nina but right now she stopped to eat that food and recovered. Please beware Kirkland Signature "Super Premium Maintenance Formula" dry cat food.
Cat lover.
Complaint comments Comments (3) Complaint country United States Complaint category Cat Breeders


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 28th of Dec, 2009 by    0 Votes
If cat food is changed rapidly, as in one day it's brand A and the next day it's brand B in the bowl, the cats eating it will suffer from diarrhea, no matter the quality of the food. The cat's stomach needs to adjust to the food, especially if it has been digesting one type for a long time. The food needs to be changed gradually, over the span of a few days, by slowly increasing the proportion of the second type over the first.
 3rd of Feb, 2010 by    +1 Votes
Experts say that Premium Cat food is better for your cat than dry food since it contains a high percentage of water, ensuring your cat stays hydrated. No wet food brand draws more praise then Wellness. All varieties are high in… protein, contain top quality ingredients and have all of the nutrients cats need so they can be used as the sole diet. Many varieties are completely grain free, though some include higher quality grains, such as brown rice. The only caveat -- aside from price -- is that a few reviewers have noted that while some cats love the food, other cats just don't like it. Read more at premium-cat-food dot c o m
 28th of Sep, 2012 by    +1 Votes
This food is not good for cats. There have been numerous recalls of this brand over the years.
I was actually feeding my cats Kirkland Dry Cat Food for years as it came highly recommended.
Eventually all of them ended up with dull, flaking coats and one of my cats was throwing up every day - which we attributed to him gorging himself because he had been a starving stray when he found us - and hazy eyes, another had crystals in her urine, and another had impacted anal glands.
They went to the vet regularly and were always current on their shots.
My vet suggested that I switch to a food higher in omega 3's for their coats.
I bought new food and mixed it in with their old food to ween them onto the new food.
Bluto stopped vomiting & his eyes got clear, Yoda stopped having impacted anal glands and Zu-Zu stopped having crystals in her urine.
As an experiment, I bought another bag of the Kirkland Dry Cat Food and put some in a bowl for them - Bluto vomited within minutes of eating it.
My husband took a whiff of the food and said it reeked of ammonia or some kind of noxious chemical and he is right.
I would never serve that food to any animal and in fact I threw the entire bag of food into the yard waste bin.
This food is associated with a lot of ill cats and some people have reported that their cats have died from eating it.
It really needs to be taken off the market.

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