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January 27, 2010


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Dr. Larry,
Thank you for the time and love you devote to this blog.

It makes sense that stress would take a toll on kitty's health. I would also like to add that the correct diet is also crucial. For cats that means GRAIN FREE.

When he was 9 years old my male cat began having chronic and recurring health problems, including liver failure and urinary crystals. After a couple of years and several hospital stays and thousands of dollars, I consulted a DVM who incorporates holism into his.practice and was instructed to feed my cat grain free food, as cats are obligate carnivores. After a month or so on the new food (there are several excellent brands, most not sold by the big chains) I weened him off the prednizone that his original vet had predicted he would need to stay on for the rest of his life. Long story short, my cat is now 16 years old and has been in perfect health and has not been been hospitalized since those darks days before we discovered the correct cat diet.

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