Posted 21 May 2013 - 10:55 AM
I have found out most of the food I give to my two cats contains either "wheat flour" or a more generic "cereals" (Royal Canin Ageing and Ultra light, and Hill's k/d in pouches).
I'm going to change their diet. However - did anyone have inklings and/or established that the food they gave their cats was actually a cause of glutening?
alessandra, 6 months gluten-free
I haven't heard about cats, but a doctor who has celiac disease was being glutened by her adorable, kissable, slobbery (think teething), gluten-eating toddlers. Her solution was to make her entire house/family go gluten-free. My dog is currently on grain free food and so was my cat (RIP, Tux-boy!)
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