Kittens Fed Poor Diets May Be More Likely to Suffer GI Problems As Adult Cats

  Kittens fed sub-optimal diets that do not meet the recommendations of the World Small Animal Veterinary Association ( are more likely to be taken to the veterinarian as adults for gastrointestinal problems. Researchers made the finding when they combed through questionnaires completed by owners of more than 1,200 cats. Cats younger than 4 months […]
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