I love reprising this gem - and making sure folks know about it.
It's an article in the premier veterinary journal, JAVMA, about cats as carnivores. Having this on hand can really help bridge the gap that often happens in conversations with veterinarians about why you don't want to buy any bags of kibble for your cat.
Put simply, it's harder for a vet to argue with the science that's been published by their own professional association - sometimes sharing this article with your vet, and explaining that it's hard to reconcile the findings in this work with the ingredient list on a bag of kibble can open the lines of communication in a friendly way.
Looking to open up a dialogue with your vet about healthy feeding? A good place to start is to share this gem of an item published some years back in the premier veterinary journal, JAVMA. Link here.
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