I have a diabetic cat who is on a special diet and receives insulin injections. I just recently had a cat who had major rectal prolapse surgery and is now on a special diet as well because the vet thinks she has food allergies. He prescribed Hills Feline Allergen z/d (dry) and w/d (can). He is not sure if my diabetic cat can eat this food. I have e-mailed Hills and am also going to call. I know my diabetic cat should not be eating dry and it isn't good for any of my babies but have not started the process of weening it from them. Besides the BLUE that I buy for Callie, my diabetic baby, I now have to buy special for Sassy (rectal prolapse girl). Help....my pocketbook cannot stand another special diet. Any and all help greatly appreciated View Thread
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