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June 2011 Issue

Understanding the Finicky Eater

A fussy cat can be a true frustration for the owner. Hereís some expert advice to improve mealtime.

You think to yourself: "Whatís the matter with my cat?" For the second time this week, your cat has barely touched his food. You begin to worry if heís sick ó or merely sick of the usual mealtime fare. Healthy cats will occasionally eat less or skip a meal, but it isnít normal for a cat to consistently refuse food. Generally, cats are content eating the same food over and over again. But if your cat refuses to eat for several meals in a row, it should be a cause for concern.

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