It’s not uncommon for cats to have digestive issues at some point during their lives. Whether it’s kittens getting used to solids, older cats struggling to digest protein, or outdoor cats eating things they probably shouldn’t, it doesn’t take much to upset a cat’s stomach.
But for some moggies, gastrointestinal irritation is more than an occasional experience. For these cats, the wrong food can cause months of discomfort, from diarrhea and vomiting to serious malnutrition and inflammation.
That’s why manufacturers put time and resources into developing recipes specifically for sensitive feline stomachs. These cat foods should be made of simple, calming ingredients, allowing owners to make the right choices for their cats.
Let’s take a look at the main causes of feline food sensitivity, how to ensure your cat receives the right nutrition, and the best cat foods for sensitive stomachs on the shelves in 2020.