Purina ONE Sensitive Stomach, Sensitive Skin, Natural Dry Cat Food, +Plus Sensitive Skin and Stomach Formula - 16 lb. Bag

Purina ONE Sensitive Stomach, Sensitive Skin, Natural Dry Cat Food, +Plus Sensitive Skin and Stomach Formula – 16 lb. Bag

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  • One (1) 16 lb. Bag – Purina ONE Sensitive Stomach, Sensitive Skin, Natural Dry Cat Food, +Plus Sensitive Skin and Stomach Formula
  • Real turkey is the first ingredient in our high protein cat food to help support strong muscles, including a healthy heart in adult cats
  • Made for cats with sensitive systems, this Purina ONE sensitive stomach cat food features an easily digestible formula with added prebiotic fiber
  • Crunchy cat food with calcium supports strong teeth and healthy gums, and four antioxidant sources help support a healthy immune system
  • With deliciously crunchy bites, this turkey cat food delivers a great taste and is made with no artificial flavors or preservatives
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Specification: Purina ONE Sensitive Stomach, Sensitive Skin, Natural Dry Cat Food, +Plus Sensitive Skin and Stomach Formula – 16 lb. Bag

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Product Dimensions

3.75 x 15.25 x 22.5 inches, 16 Pounds

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Date First Available

August 18, 2004


Nestle Purina Pet

9 reviews for Purina ONE Sensitive Stomach, Sensitive Skin, Natural Dry Cat Food, +Plus Sensitive Skin and Stomach Formula – 16 lb. Bag

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  1. ??MeoW??


    … Need to mix with cat chow gentle ( lavender coloured bag)..

    Both foods are easy
    On bellies but i initially thought they were kinda interchangeable
    but when it seemed not..
    I looked at fiber content.. Gentle is higher..
    We have one cat that could use just that,
    ( But too much for sis)
    And 1 that could use just this..
    ( but not enough fiber for sis)
    And one whos in between …
    So we mix these together

    And that takes care of most.. We have one girl who also needs 1\8 tsp miralax 4 times
    A week .. Her sis 1\64 ( yes thats right.. Norpro makes tiny spoon set 5 bux).. The other none..

    The sisters also get a vetasyl cap 1-whole 1-half 3 times week
    We mix them into bisque lickable packets w hot water to make a soup.. Bc
    None of that works without extra water!

    If your cat is throwing up.. Pay attention to the poop.. Should be regular and good
    Texture.. Constipated cats throw up.. So its something to consider..

    Also some have cat ibd.. One of ours does and threw up often..she is doing
    Well with this and inexpensive steroid 1 pill on fri.. A half mon
    Its $1.50 a week.. This an immune cond that flares so she will be on these
    The rest of her life.. It is steroid so we use the lowest dose that gets her 90%
    Good and shes been doing well 2 yrs..

    And thankfully i can tunnel out a jumbo temptation, put it in and use pill paste ( one w
    Jackson galaxy on it) to cover hole.. She just eats it willingly!

    Ive had many many many cats and USED to think they just throw up.. Well sometimes
    A hairball here or there or ate a bug.. But ive learned that if you pay attention..
    There IS something else going on!.. Might just be sensitive to the food.. Might be
    Something else..

    MOST common is a constipated cat.. They are great at hiding it.. And it can
    Become costly and life threatening if really backed up besides just being
    Uncomfortable.. Our 1 girl, i thought had joint issues.. Nope.. Just backed up..
    Fixed that and she was runnin round again..

    Now i was lucky that ibd girls vet said lets try
    This vs biopsy etc.. The thought was if it works then thats her issue ( i did though ask for
    An xray and it confirmed it ..poor thing had 8 lil inflammatory gassy pockets)

    Her brother threw up often and it turned out to be acids from kidney failure
    ( Very common and 1\4 pepcid ( reg 10 mg famatodine only) helped tremendously..
    First as needed then daily at end.. His ibd sis gets this on occasion too!

    If you can swing it.. Get a blink cam..bout 100 bux.. It was how we solved multiple
    Cat mysteries and saved us a tin of $$$ in avoided vet bills and a whole lotta
    Confusion and frustration..

    What we did is mount it near box on a micro usb cord so didnt
    Hafta do batteries.. Used xmas lights so there was always good light
    In there.. Then we switched off blue rec light ..its a tiny switch inside
    And in the app we turned off infrared setting
    ( this is why you need to be sure
    Theres good light from xmas lights) ..
    We did that bc it will click and a red light comes on in infrared night
    Mode and we didnt wanna startle them.. It was through this and my other
    Cams that i realized the Big girl is a twice a day pooper and if she cant do that
    Then she throws up.. Id see her throw up.. ( often after guzzling water)
    … Then poop within 20 min then be fine.. Unless she still couldnt go…then shed reallly
    Get sick and weird…
    Weve found most of em go bout once a day.. Smtimes slightly more or less
    But we take note of good quality ( plenty of pics online of what is good and what

    We also use 3 or 4 hairball tempt treats 3 x week ( not mira days) for one with
    Biggest problem… These have fiber and oil in them ..

    Ok so i know thats a lot but i work with a girl whos ended up
    In the cat er and spent $$$$$ thinking its a blockage ( which IS
    possible) only to find out the cat was constipated and needed an enema which
    Im sure wasnt fun for anyone involved!!

    And until we got our cams, we were losin our minds with 5 aging kitties
    With diff health issues so i hope our insanity can help someone else

    ?get this food
    ?mix with gentle
    ?get cameras!!!
    ?keep pepcid, miralax, pill paste, jumbo temptations
    Hairball temptations and bisque packets on hand or as we
    Call it ” aging cat kit”

    ?Check with your vet before using any meds..
    And intro fiber and mira slowly too much too soon
    Isnt good… Go slow?
    And pay attention.. constipation is quite treatable but
    Can become dangerous if ignored..
    Ibd is serious but treatable..
    Kidney failure can be managed with kidney food ( if theyll eat it)
    And pepcid

    I hope this helps someone out there!

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  2. James R. S. Galloway

    My cats love this food. They can’t get enough.

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  3. BluR

    I have an older cat with a sensitive stomach and is a picky eater. He has been happy with this food for almost five years now. His fur is shinier and he rarely vomits anymore.

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  4. Christy L Hobgood

    I got a new cat that has constant mushy poop and diarrhea at times. Got this food and switched everyone to it (there are 4 other cats). One cat blew up to the point I thought something was wrong as she appeared pregnant, but she is fixed. $300 later the vet said she is enjoying her new food but has gas. I switched the foods slowly but it still gave her gas. Also my 5 cats go through this bag in a little over a week so it’s kinda pricey. The biggest deciding factor is the cat still has mushy poop. Which was the whole reason for switching in the first place. I have since given a stool sample to the vet, for $150 diarrhea panel, hope to find out what his issue is and go from there. Cats love this food but has not solved the problem and gave one cat gas.

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  5. Renee F

    My hubby’s cat is almost 12 years old, it isn’t very picky when it comes to eating food, however normally the cat will vomit shortly after eating most cat food. This food didn’t affect him like that. He likes it and is able to keep it down. That is a win win as far as I am concerned.

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  6. ??MeoW??

    I regularly buy this product in physical stores but the price was cheaper here at the time I purchased it. Previously, I was feeding my 6 cats Meow Mix and Friskies but as my income went up so did my cat’s quality of food. I am so glad that they like this. Over the last few months, they don’t throw up as often, have a lot of energy, and it also seems to have helped with their weight. I also got the approval of their vet earlier on so that helped with my choice of sticking with this food. Sometimes (about twice a week), I add the hairball formula with this and they seem to have no issues. As for the actual condition of the bag from Amazon, it arrived in a regular box with no damage to the packaging so I am satisfied with my purchase and will buy it again if I catch a sale that is cheaper than the actual physical stores.

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  7. B. Austin

    When I first opened the bag of this food and put it down for my cat, she put her face into it and started eating like she hadn’t been fed in days! She really likes it.

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  8. Crystal428

    TLDR: Owner recommended, two picky cats approved.

    Hey, I’m not gonna taste test it as this isn’t Cyberpunk 2077 and I’m not into eating kibble but when I tell you that my cats run to the bowl when I feed them this I mean you can hear them coming from across the house. It must have something special about it to get that reaction as it’s normally only reserved for the T-word. Especially from my American Shorthair whose only need is normally attention. Also, thank God for the smaller bags, as I’ve actually tested this against a few other brands and it’s a toss-up between this and the grain-free chicken-flavored Crave for top pick. I’m not kidding when I say they will completely empty any bowl containing either of these two and otherwise act like I’m starving them while sitting in front of completely full bowls for anything else including the regular Purina Naturals. Absolutely spoiled rotten these two.

    On a personal note, thank you Purina. I don’t know what my girl Moonshine was allergic to in Meow Mix and Rachel Rays Nutrish that had her losing her hair but ever since I’ve switched to this and the occasional bag of Crave when this is out of stock her coat has almost completely filled back in and it actually has more luster to it than it used to. I’m not saying your food was some magical cure but it definitely solved our problem and ended whatever condition had her balding in what would be her “40s.” The downside is that she’s gained a pound or two but I think I just need to cut back on the portions to help with that. Hopefully, they don’t smother me in my sleep when I do.

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  9. Renee M. Ramig

    My cats loved this food right away no problems at all. They didn’t have any issues adjusting and they stopped vomiting which is why I bought this. I was having pukes every week. No more. And no issues with diarrhea which some cats have when switching foods do I would highly recommend.

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    Purina ONE Sensitive Stomach, Sensitive Skin, Natural Dry Cat Food, +Plus Sensitive Skin and Stomach Formula – 16 lb. Bag
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