How Not to Diagnose a Food Allergy

Pinpointing a food allergy in a cat is more difficult than it may seem.

Your cat’s skin often seems to irritate her — she either scratches or licks excessively. Or she somewhat frequently experiences digestive issues in the form of vomiting or diarrhea. Is it a food allergy? Probably not. Food allergies are quite uncommon in cats. If she has any allergies at all, they’re more likely to be […]
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