Hi all! I made a post about 5/6 months ago explaining how my cat has had diarrhoea pretty much since she moved in with us in April. She also had skin issues and vomiting, both of which seem to have cleared up now which is great! However the diarrhoea still persists. She is a happy cat and does not seem sick at all any more. She is a little bit overweight, but she is an indoor cat. We try to exercise her a lot. Part of me thinks she’s just one of those cats with a sensitive tummy, but surely soft stools shouldn’t happen every time. I am not sure what cleared up the vomiting, or caused it. She was de-wormed and de-flead and we tried grain-free food. Her skin used to get scabby and she would over-groom. This stopped a couple of months ago, she still grooms a lot but nowhere near as much as she used to. She has dry food in the mornings and wet food in the evenings. She no longer eats treats too, under the vets advice. She has hypoallergenic, grain free dry food in the morning (Sainsbury’s Hypoallergenic Chicken and Rice) and in the evening she currently eats Kattovit Gastro wet food with Turkey, which is meant to help with sensitive tummies but hasn’t. Beforehand she was on Sainsbury’s Grain-free wet food and the same things were happening. I think the Sains hypoallergenic dry food really helps with her skin, either that or the no treats have helped. I am not sure which! Or maybe the flea stuff? I don’t want to stop with this food because of the hypoallergenic factor. Her stools are usually very soft, quite large, sometimes have a nice shape, often very foul-smelling and sometimes she leaves spots of blood on the floor after going for a poop. She also has a lot of flatulence. She has had stool tests for diseases and she doesn’t have any. She doesn’t have worms. We haven’t tested her for IBD yet due to our finances. We tried a raw diet, she won’t touch non-processed meat. We have been to the vet a lot and have tried different pro/prebiotics- they did not help. I am not sure if she IS allergic to grains, we just use the food just in case she is. However, my worry is, with all the grain free food, is she not getting enough fibre? Is fibre what she needs to make her stools harder? Should I just try a basic wet food which is not grain free? How can she be allergic to grains yet need fibre !? I can’t wrap my head around it. My worry is that her skin will get bad again, even though I’m unsure of the cause. Sigh. As i say, she seems happy and normal, so I am just trying to do things myself at the minute to see what works instead of paying ungodly vet fees. Any help would be great. Thank you... PS. I have some Macs mono sensitive food, about 20 cans that I would like to sell, since we tried this food months ago and Pammy reacted badly to it. Let me know if you are interested.