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Title: Nature's Logic Dry
Post by: TW on July 28, 2007, 01:55:24 PM
Just bought a bag of Nature's Logic Natural Chicken Dinner Fare after my cats refused to touch California Natural?!  One of my cats ate a few pieces and started vomiting shortly afterwards.  It really scared me.  He vomited several times, at first the kibbles he ate and then clear foamy liquid.  It was so severe it really scared me.  Has anybody else had that experience?  It's supposed to be a good food with no chemically synthesized vitamins, but it has some ingredients I never heard of.

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Title: Re: Nature's Logic Dry
Post by: Laurie on August 03, 2007, 05:19:08 AM
   Ohio.   This cat food made my kitties vomit violently. Gave the bag to a friend and she had similar experiences with it when she fed it to her cats.


Title: Re: Nature's Logic Dry
Post by: cairnowner on August 03, 2007, 05:55:39 AM

This post has been responded to and advised to be sent as a PM to Laurie,



Title: Re: Nature's Logic Dry
Post by: Offy on August 03, 2007, 06:44:01 AM
Hi, I do use the Nature's Logic dry kibble.

Ling, the blue-eyed bowling ball, ate too much once and barfed. I got the transition guideline. All 3 are now eating not only the Rabbit, but the Duck/Salmon and the Chicken (yup, even Geneva, the Princess of Picky)

Not another barf in the house since around 7/18-19.

I did send the transition guide link via messaging to TW after he posted.

(Nope, I don't work for Nature's logic LOL)


Title: Re: Nature's Logic Dry--Best dry cat food, nothing else even comes close.
Post by: gizmosmom on August 06, 2007, 03:17:31 PM
See post in its entirety at:  http://www.itchmoforums.com/your-problems-with-pet-food/natures-logic-dry-post-by-gizmosmom-from-cat-food-experience-by-brand-t1554.0.html


Cats sometimes eat this food too quickly and barf it up. I called the CEO to ask about ingredients (was worried about the 'animal plasma') and he said that the barfing was the main complaint with the food.

I feed my cat the Rabbit Dinner, have been doing it for a year. She had health problems, that seem to have disappeared; she was overweight and is now her proper weight, frisky and playful.

And yes, she occasionally eats it a little too fast and barfs. She did it last week. Then ate the barf (yek, but that's a cat for you.)

No, I don't work for them.

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Title: Re: Nature's Logic Dry
Post by: gizmosmom on August 07, 2007, 02:36:09 AM


This is an excellent food with all natural ingredients, and it significantly improved my cat's health.


Title: Re: Nature's Logic Dry
Post by: catzpj on January 15, 2008, 12:29:21 PM
My cat went wild over the Rabbit Formula, but I, too, had to take her off of it after a few days because she kept vomiting it up. This was after I followed the company's directions on how to transition cats to their formulas.

I'm in Oklahoma.


Title: Re: Nature's Logic Dry
Post by: sharky on January 15, 2008, 12:39:30 PM
cat loved the sample s but I ??? too many of the ingrediants as did my natural minded vet