When a Cat Refuses to Eat for Even a Few Days, the Situation Can Become Dire

Why you should not wait it out if your pet won’t touch her food.

You switch your cat’s diet, and she turns up her nose at the new kibble. Figuring your finicky feline won’t be able to hold out for long, you stand firm. Don’t. While a dog’s hunger will finally get the better of her, a cat may very well not come around. And going even just several […]
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