September 2007 Issue

Feline Food Allergies

Is your cat itching? It might be something she ate. If unrelieved, a serious food allergy can lead to severe health problems.

You’ve always made a point of feeding your cat the most nutritious diet available. But even the best of foods may contain an ingredient to which she has developed an allergy. If that’s the case, you’re apt to witness a startling change in the otherwise placid little creature’s behavior. Most noticeably, she’s likely to be tormented by constant and insufferable itching, which will become obvious as you witness her nonstop scratching.

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