I have tried to switch my pride (6) to a raw diet, they just turn up their 
noses and refuse to touch it. Of course, when I let them outside, they love 
mice, moles and voles.  Funny tho, they never eat the organs, just head, legs 
and skin.  How did you switch yours?  Do you warm it up?  They won't even eat 
canned food unless it is body temperature.  In the meantime, I feed Blue 
Buffalo and Wellness which is better than the commercial stuff.  I had a couple 
getting sick every time they ate from the corn, wheat and soy.  As soon as I 
switched, that went away.

---- Tracey Shrout <dtshr...@gmail.com> wrote: 
> Please, try a raw diet for these kitties. I had one felv+ with severe
> diarrhea...went through all the meds and tests...it is the only reason she
> is alive today at 5 years old. Another cat (negative) had bloody diarrhea,
> and went through all the meds as well...it was her cure as well.  They
> don't need meds, they need good quality species-appropriate food!  It works
> almost instantly!  Please look at catinfo.org and catnutrition.org.  I
> could go on and on about the health benefits of raw food, but please check
> out these websites.  There are many commercial foods you can buy or make it
> yourself...its cheaper than taking them to the vet, and it will make them
> feel good.  As I'm sure you know, long term diarrhea is very detrimental to
> their health since their bodies are not absorbing nutrients.  I wish your
> kitties well...Tracey
> On Sat, May 11, 2013 at 5:35 PM, <gcru...@centurytel.net> wrote:
> > This really is not about FeLV+ cats.  I have 2 adult kitties with very
> > bad, long term diarrhea.  Both have no fever, no worms and no parasites.
> > They have both had antibiotics, endosorb, pumpkin, and one has had pro
> > pectilin. These kitties are not related and didn't live in the same place.
> >  The vet seems stumped and now has them both on metronidazole in case of
> >  some type of viral eneritis, they both got a steroid shot to reduce any
> > inflammation. There does not appear to be any improvement in either cat.
> >  Any suggestion would be very welcome.
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Gary
> >
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