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Why isn t my cat eating food she's been given for months?

I've been feeding my cat for 4 years with her food. She is eating 1/2 of the food and 1/2 water.

She's 10.

She's never eaten anything else.

The food has always been in the same bowls with no changes.

This is how I feed her.

At night, the bowls are left out on the table for her to eat in, no other food or water are in the bowls, she has free access to the other food in the house.

During the day, I put the food into the bowls and she eats it.

I don't know what she eats during the day.

She is a sweet and friendly cat, but she doesn't go near anything else I offer her, and she never has.

She eats her food dry, I don't know how she swallows it.

Is she eating out of stress or fear or am I feeding her incorrectly?

What is her favorite food, and what type of food should I feed her?

I've only had cats for 10 years, never had a kitten, so I have little knowledge on what cats actually eat or how to feed them.

She is not overweight.

She's a solid white kitten, with a long tl.

She's not scared of me, I've always been able to touch her if I want.

What food should I feed her?

And should I feed her dry food?

Is she eating properly now?

If you have access to a veterinary, they will be able to diagnose her, but, as others have sd, there may be other things going on. I have a 9 year old cat, with very similar behavior to what you describe, and I think it's stress-related. My vet thinks it's likely related to the fact that she has a hard time climbing. She eats dry food and eats enough to be healthy. But she can be picky, and likes the right blend of ingredients.

It sounds like your cat's behavior is normal for a cat of her age. If you are feeding her dry food and it's not working, you can mix a little wet food with her dry food. If the dry food is too dry, the dry food is too dry.

What is your cats favorite food? She's a female so I think there should be some milk in it.

It sounds like your cat's behavior is normal for a cat of her age. If you are feeding her dry food and it's not working, you can mix a little wet food with her dry food. If the dry food is too dry, the dry food is too dry.

What is your cats favorite food? She's a female so I think there should be some milk in it.

She's been on her food for a few months, it's not my fault the food I used to buy her hasn't worked. I've switched her to food that is recommended by my vet.

The food is from an animal shelter, and I don't know where they get their food, it's not something they've sold to me before.

They recommended dry food.

The food is a kitten food.

She doesn't seem to mind it, but she's only 5.

I read that kitten dry food isn't good for a cat's first few months of life.

Do you know anything about the food you used to buy her? I've always heard that wet food is better for a kitten's first months of life.

Do you know anything about the food you used to buy her? I've always heard that wet food is better for a kitten's first months of life.

Thanks.

Hi. No, I don't know anything about the food the shelter sells. It's just dry food. I'd be very surprised if the shelter doesn't provide any wet food for the cats. It is a shelter and most shelters provide at least some wet food to help the kitties that need extra calories.

It's normal behavior for cats to be afrd of strange things. I can't imagine she's eating the things you put in the bowls or licking the bowls. I think it's the new food and perhaps she's confused about what it is.

Are there any other cats in the household? I have two cats and it seems my black and white one is jealous of him.

I've been wondering if the other cat is bullying her and if he's being aggressive with her.

Maybe the shelter you got her from gave her a different cat and she doesn't recognize them.

It sounds like your cat's behavior is normal for a cat of her age. If you are feeding her dry food and it's not working, you can mix a little wet food with her dry food. If the dry food is too dry, the dry food is too dry.

What is your cats favorite food? She's a female so I think there should be some milk in it.

Yes, she's always been a sweet, friendly, quiet kitty, and she likes to play and watch other cats. I think she just doesn't like anything new. I think that's why I don't understand why she's acting so strange, but I don't know how to fix it.

She likes a bit of wet food as well.

The wet food doesn't seem to bother her, and she doesn't leave anything else on the table to eat.

I've been wondering if the other cat in the house is bullying her.

She won't even eat any food if the other cat is in the room.

Thanks for the replies.

I've been doing some research on feline nutrition, and it seems that wet food and dry food are fine for cats. I'll try mixing it a little, see if she'll eat the dry food a bit.

She loves all kinds of treats, but I'm sure she'd prefer dry food.

She won't eat any treats I give her.

Her favorite food is Friskies. I've never tried that.

And she's


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