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Re: Values for Diabetic Cats

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  • marcijoy2002
    Yes, I am very familiar with that chart; there is a dry food chart also. I use the chart whenever I go shopping for cat food; the people in the store think I
    Message 1 of 2 , Apr 3, 2002
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      Yes, I am very familiar with that chart; there is a dry food chart
      also. I use the chart whenever I go shopping for cat food; the people
      in the store think I am crazy.

      Marcia and Morris (and Tigger the diabetic, too)

      --- In feline-heart@y..., "Sandler, Zellene E."
      <zellene.sandler@p...> wrote:
      > Marcia, don't know if you've seen this chart, but it shows the
      carbs as
      > well. Maybe you can combine the info from both charts! I think
      there's a
      > dryfood part to it also.
      >
      > http://www.sugarcats.net/sites/jmpeerson/canfood.html
      >
      > I agree about feeding cats as obligate carnivores. The
      www.felinefuture.com
      > site discusses this in depth. I don't agree with all they say, but
      I do make
      > a modified version of their recipe for my FIV cat, though I cook
      it. Widgie
      > won't eat it, unfortunately. I give my cats supplemental meals of
      beef
      > heart, (high in taurine), roast beef, and occasionally chicken or
      beef
      > liver...We're talking small amounts. I find consistently that when
      I feed
      > Widgie more of these small supplemental meals of protein, she has
      more
      > energy. I especially like feeding beef heart, very lightly sauteed
      so
      > there's still blood. I am also a member of the holisticat group
      where we
      > discuss this quite a bit!
      >
      > z
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