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November 2013 Issue

Finicky Eaters? They’re Born That Way

In other cases, infection, disease, pain and medications can cause a lack of appetite

Veterinary nutritionist Joseph J. Wakshlag, DVM, Ph.D., has an eye-opening assessment about finicky eaters: “The reality is that most finicky cats are the best kinds to have because they regulate themselves. They eat to meet a requirement to keep themselves alive, not for pleasure. They are lean animals and usually live longer.

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