Seems to be helping
"I have a kitty named dilbert, which I rescued ten years ago when he was 5. Just recently changed his diet to all protein, thinking it might help with his sneezing, thinking he might be allergic to grain. He loved the food ate twice as much as he had been eating of the science diet, but the sneezing didn't stop, in fact it got worse. He had heavy mucus that unfortunately flew out every time he sneezed, it was disgusting and he didn't just sneeze he sneezed 6 times in a row, poor kitty, at one point his little nose bleed and he coughed/ choked but that episode lastly for about 10 minutes but I made an appointment with the vet to get him some allergy medicine, not thinking I should change his food again. But before that appointment, I came home one day after work and my cat did not greet me at the door, he was having trouble breathing n he was coughing , eyes watery and low...we rushed him to the vet. They gave him a shot, for nausea and it also has anti inflammatory properties, which I think saved him. Next few days his forehead swelled up his eyes got low n fogged down, his nose kept bleeding n he was in obvious pain.
I'm going long here, cutting it short we had a rough two weeks, he started to get better but then I stopped the ceriniA he stopped eating for 4 days, this was the lowest point, started thinking I would lose him, but I asked a friend to look up anti allergy foods n she found this, so I bought some, but he wasn't eating. The sad thing was you could tell he was starving but what i think was a severe sinus or sinusitis was affecting his sense of smell, cats won't eat unless they can smell their food! I couldn't even get the ceriniA they gave me to give to him, in him. So my last hope was to get him a shot at the vet and see if that could get him well enough and a week later he's been on the Limited Ingredient Diets he's almost back to his old self, very little sneezing as of yet. I'm hoping that now that I'm not giving him the ceriniA the food alone will keep the allergies away. It's too early to tell but I'm hoping we're on the right track with this food. I wanted to post to let people know how important the food your feeding your furry friend is. Thanks Natural Balance!Suzy B