Too Much Copper in the Liver

A life-threatening disorder only recently recognized in cats.

Copper is an essential nutrient in a cat’s diet. It is critical for the formation of collagen and bone, the absorption of iron (another essential nutrient), and the formation of melanin that gives fur its pigment. It also acts like an antioxidant in the body, scavenging free radicals that can harm cells, and is necessary […]
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