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    We got our 5 yr old cat a year and a half ago. When we adopted him he was healthy. Within a month of moving in he began vomiting and licking his fur off. We have concluded that he has allergies. Changing his food had helped alot. I think he is also allergic to litter. Switching to Feline Pine helped some. Now we are trying stuff made of newspaper, but he is still itchy. For a short while he was really healthy. This was while we were trying to toilet train him. When he wasn’t using litter he obviously felt better. Unfortunately he was not successful on the toilet. For now he is back on litter. What litters have others been successful with? What type of supplement could we give him to help him out? He seems to have both food and litter allergies.

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    Anonymous

    Have you totally ruled out a food allergy? Or lick granuloma? What do you feed your kitty?

    Best regards,

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