Many domestic cats can have an allergy or sensitivity to certain ingredients in their food such as corn, soy and other filler ingredients.
So what can you do to help soothe your cat’s stomach?
Make sure their diets are made from high-quality ingredients. Cheap grains and fillers should be avoided.
Fresh food is ideal as there is plenty of moisture locked in, meaning it helps them stay hydrated and helps them absorb more nutrients. The higher water content is also helpful to cats that have been suffering from constipation, diarrhoea or vomiting.
Since cats are carnivores, real meat foods like KatKin that replicate the nutritional composition of cats' natural diets in the wild may also be easier for your cats sensitive stomach to digest.