Why Do So Many Cats Have GI Problems with New Foods?

The answer often lies in how quickly you introduce the new diet.


Your cat’s veterinarian advises you to change your pet’s diet. Perhaps she is overweight and should be eating food that is lower in calories. Or she has developed heart or kidney disease and requires a prescribed meal plan that has more or less of particular nutrients. Or maybe she needs more fiber or more water to restore her health.

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