If your cat is suffering from allergies, it might be the ingredients in his chicken cat food that is causing the problem.
Watch Out for Fillers in Cat Foods
Many commercial food products are misleading when it comes to nutrition. Cheap fillers and carbohydrates that cats have trouble digesting are often main ingredients rather than quality proteins. In these cases, buying healthy cat food that is nutritionally balanced and has a named meat in the first ingredient is a better option for your cat.
Your Cat May Be Allergic to the Protein Source
Sometimes the protein is the source of allergens. If your cat has allergies from its chicken cat food, switch to a food that contains no chicken ingredients. This may seem like an obvious choice, but it is important to thoroughly check the labels for any chicken or chicken by-products. Many owners choose raw diets and homemade holistic food to ensure that their pets are getting the best ingredients without preservatives, sweeteners, additives and fillers often found in commercial cat food.
Food allergy symptoms to look out for include vomiting, diarrhea, itchy skin, hair loss and ear infections.