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Author Topic: Merricks Wet Cat Food - Grammy's Pot Pie  (Read 2378 times)
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« on: September 29, 2007, 07:42:51 AM »

Hi Everyone,

I am reporting this just IN CASE!!! I have already left a message for Merricks's Customer Service.  I just feed my Ragdoll kitten of 8 months her breakfast of Merrick's Wet Cat Food Grammy's Pot Pie and she vomitted it immediately.  It was not in her more than 3 minutes.  She is use to eating this food, she loves this food.  It is part of the rotation of top quality wet foods that I have her on.

This is the info on the can JUST IN CASE:  Best By 23 Jun10    07174CL2 018021592 or 32 This is a brand new batch of Merrick's I just bought and this is the first tin I opened of that lot.

It could be anything, but my previous Ragdoll died in March from complete renal failure at age 2 1/2 and it was from eating tainted food.  There is not a nugget of dry food in this house ever again.  My new Ragdoll kitten does not vomit ever and eats NV Instincts, Evangers and Merricks all the no grain ones.  (so I could be an oversensitive Mommy  Undecided )

Just reporting this IN CASE!  I do not think there would be a problem with Merricks food because there was not a problem before.  If anyone has any other suggestion as to what I should do please let me know.

Thanks and Kind Regards,
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Posts: 1528

« Reply #1 on: September 29, 2007, 03:51:14 PM »

could she have been extra hungry or wound up and ate too fast? i have this problem with my youngest and i need to slow him down on occasion. also when i feed his fav rabbit meal.
i feed raw and have several cats, and this seems isolated to him. and he is the wild one at 18 mos.  Wink. the next 2 wild ones in line did this when they were younger also. they've matured a tad thankfully . . .

does the can look or smell any different from your past cans? and you have every right to be oversensitive. much better to be these days! so sorry for the loss of your other kitty   Cry
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« Reply #2 on: October 01, 2007, 07:25:45 PM »

There is a pretty big post on here regarding the Merrick's foods. One ingredient in it is the synthetic vitamin k. Anyone desiring more information should do a search in the forums as it is so full of information that will be very helpful. I used to feed it to my dog but from the runny stools and grass eating to make herself throw-up from this food removed it.

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