Cats produce relatively little intestinal and pancreatic amylase (enzymes) that can break down carbohydrates in their small intestines.
SO WHAT? A high-carbohydrate (i.e., grain-based) diet fundamentally disagrees with the intestinal makeup of a cat.
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