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Sensitive Cat Food

Delve into our Sensitive Digestion Cat Foods collection at Very Important Pets, tailored for felines with delicate stomachs or skin sensitivities. Our selection, featuring prominent brands like Burns, IAMS, Pro Plan, and Purina ONE, offers wet and dry food choices specifically designed for cats with digestive issues. These foods are formulated to be gentle on your cat's system, aiding digestion and reducing skin irritations. With high-quality, easily digestible ingredients, these diets support digestive health and ensure overall well-being and comfort for your sensitive cat.

What makes cat food suitable for sensitive digestion?

Cat food for sensitive digestion typically contains:

  • Easily digestible proteins.
  • Limited ingredients to reduce the likelihood of irritations.
  • Added nutrients to support gut health.


How do I know if my cat needs food for sensitive digestion?

Signs like frequent upset stomach, diarrhoea, gas, or skin irritations suggest your cat might benefit from a diet formulated for sensitive digestion. Consult your vet for advice.

What makes cat food suitable for sensitive digestion?

Cat food for sensitive digestion typically contains:

  • Easily digestible proteins.
  • Limited ingredients to reduce the likelihood of irritations.
  • Added nutrients to support gut health.


How do I know if my cat needs food for sensitive digestion?

Signs like frequent upset stomach, diarrhoea, gas, or skin irritations suggest your cat might benefit from a diet formulated for sensitive digestion. Consult your vet for advice.