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September 2010 Issue

Diagnosis: Feline Food Allergies

Even the best food can bring out the worst in your cat. Hereís how to recognize food allergies ó and what you can do to help.

Itís always been a priority to feed your cat the most nutritious diet available, even if that means paying more for premium cat food. But even the best of foods can contain an ingredient to which she has developed an allergy. If thatís the case, youíre likely to witness a change in your catís behavior and health. Most noticeably, sheís likely to be bothered by intermittent or constant itching.

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