Your Cat’s Microbiome and Her Health

Study finds link between gut and respiratory microbiomes

Your cat’s microbiome refers to the natural colony of microorganisms that live in and on her body. These microorganisms can include bacteria, fungi, and viruses. These organisms are all part of a healthy cat when they are the “right” species and in the “right” numbers. A shift in species or an overgrowth of one or many can influence your cat’s overall health.

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