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RE: Asthma symptoms in cat

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Posted by: AshleyElla at Mon Sep 5 13:24:16 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by AshleyElla ]  
   

Hello Again,

I think a chest x-ray might be beneficial, if one hasn't been taken yet. Just to rule out the possibility that something else is going on with your cat besides, or in addition to, feline asthma.

As far as diet, grains aren't great for cats anyway, so it might be beneficial for your cat's general health to be fed a grain-free diet. It will probably take awhile to find the diet that your cat does best on. I cooked up some ground chicken for my cats last night and all 8 of them inhaled it.........I am seriously considering switching to a home-made diet for my babies and now that I know they all like ground chicken, that will probably be what the diet is based on. Easy to cook, too!

Take care, and please keep us updated on how your baby does.

Regards,
Ashley


   

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