Kirkland Signature Nature's Domain Cat Food 18-Lbs - Costco

Corn Gluten – I can’t find this listed as an ingredient in the Kirkland Maintenance Cat food…..
My cat has been eating the food for over a year. Recently he had been getting diarrhea daily. We took Odie to the vet and tried a few things and finally figured out it was the food. So we switched from the Kirkland brand and he has been doing so much better. Be aware!! Diarrhea can lead to dehydration which can lead to several other severe complications. I guess because the formula changed he did not take well to it. I researched but didn’t find anything about my batch dated march 2015 so please be careful!!
For the price you can't beat the Kirkland brand of cat food from Costco.
My cat has been eating the food for over a year. Recently he had been getting diarrhea daily. We took Odie to the vet and tried a few things and finally figured out it was the food. So we switched from the Kirkland brand and he has been doing so much better. Be aware!! Diarrhea can lead to dehydration which can lead to several other severe complications. I guess because the formula changed he did not take well to it. I researched but didn’t find anything about my batch dated march 2015 so please be careful!! I have 18 indoor rescue cats and have been feeding them Kirkland cat food for about 10 years, along with Friskies canned food at nightJan 8, 2014 - They also have Kirkland dry cat food which is also excellent quality. I'm looking forward to when they finally offer Kirkland canned cat food.I have been feeding the cats kirkland cat food for at least 3 years, and they get Friskies canned food at night
I took him to the vet and they ran a full blood panel and took several radiographs, then put him on ** and ** to ease his digestion. The only abnormality in his lab work were high pH levels in his urine indicating that we were headed towards another UTI. I voiced my concern about his food to the vet, and the vet told me that high pH levels in urine caused by food can mean that the quality of meat in the food is very low. Dogs and cats are carnivores, so low-quality meat (with low protein) can cause bladder issues and the Kirkland food most likely had low-quality meat.I have 18 indoor rescue cats and have been feeding them Kirkland cat food for about 10 years, along with Friskies canned food at night. The last two days they are no longer eating it. Not even the ones who don't want the Friskies. Is anyone else aware of a problem? I have been feeding Kirkland lamb and rice to the dogs for years and they're fine.I bought a large bag of Kirkland cat food while I was at Costco to save money and buy in bulk. Within a week, one of my four cats stopped eating. A couple of weeks go by and she has started shrinking and losing weight. Concerned, my grandmother verbalizes her concern. I went to the store and bought the normal cat food that I usually buy. I have been feeding her canned cat food in hopes it was just because she didn't like the food. I have 4 cats. I was originally feeding them Pro-Plan chicken, but switched to Kirkland Chicken two weeks ago. The cats stopped hacking up and slowed their dry food intake. I think the product might be better for the cats since they don't have a lot of grains in it like the Pro-Plan. I really like the price difference. Pro-plan is about $35 for 16lbs, and Kirkland is about $18.00 for 25lbs. The cats don't seem to notice a difference and they seem more active. They don't act like they are starving in the morning for the canned food either. 5*. Dry food is the main staple for my cats. I load up a 5lb hopper on an auto feeder every couple of weeks. The cats have had Science Diet, Pro-Plan, Iams, and now Kirkland and I'm pretty happy that the cats are happy with Kirkland.I love Costco and shop there exclusively. We have been using KIRKLAND foods then Nature's Domain when it came out years ago. In March, got a new batch of wet food. I fed the Kirkland wet lamb food to all my animals. Explosive throwing up, diarrhea and general sickness for days. My house was covered in sickness by my 2 dogs and one cat. I returned the food and got my money back. I complained to the worker and she said she uses the same food with no response. I thought maybe it was a fluke. I kept the can, but recently moved and it got thrown away.I bought a bag of Kirkland lamb and rice in early December. My 3 y/o blue pit has been in the same food for a year. I didn't open it until a week before Christmas. By New Year's weekend my dog had projectile diarrhea and lost complete control of his bowels. He went on the couch and even got the walls 3 feet from where he tried to go potty. After 3 vet visits, countless medication, boiled chicken and rice diet and probiotics, they still don't have an answer as to what's wrong with him. But he has such severe damage to his intestine he cannot consume the special diet food they give to animals who have had intestinal surgery. I'm into the $1000's in vet bills. I am so scared we will lose him, especially after reading previous posts.