RE: [FH] Garlic vs. onions
- You are right about what you say and right to go with the supplements but
still don't forget the pepcid....It is remarkable how changed my Pumpkin is
since he has been taking the l/4 tablet of pepcid every morning!
Linda and the boys
From: shelley k [mailto:saknibbs@...]
Sent: Friday, August 30, 2002 12:48 PM
Subject: Re: [FH] Garlic vs. onions
It is my understanding that while not as toxic garlic in large amounts will
still cause the same problems as onions. I personally would not feed it to
my cats there are other supplements out there that are not toxic and have
the same benifits. There is also the fact that my cats do not like it, since
wellness and lick your chops started adding amounts that I can smell my cats
run from the bowls.
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From: tori <tori@...>
Subject: [FH] Garlic vs. onions
Date: Fri, 30 Aug 2002 10:02:51 -0700
wow. I have this book called "The New Natural Cat" by Anitra Frazier
who says that garlic is actually good for cats. She even gives a recipe
for it since most cats don't like the smell.
There's some conflicting info here and I'm curious. I know all about onions
and I know that garlic is of the onion family, but since it has all these
curative powers (for colds and hearts) I'm wondering what the truth is?!
::tori & jcee
on 8/29/02 23:21, firstname.lastname@example.org at
> Date: Thu, 29 Aug 2002 00:21:57 -0700 (Pacific Daylight Time)hemolytic
> From: "Lisa/kat" <kat569@...>
> Subject: Re: Re: New to the board - Tabby w/ CM, some questions
> Also avoid garlic. A continued use of onion and garlic can cause
> anemia, which CAN be fatal if the cat continues to ingest onion orgarlic.
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