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I rescued a five year old cat that will not eat canned food at all. I’m concerned whether or not she is getting enough nutrients in her dry food. Should I be giving her some additional supplements?

 

Answer from Dr. Gaylord Brown:
From a nutritional standpoint the only difference between dry and canned food is water! We have some cats at the sanctuary who primarily eat dry food. It is important to have plenty of fresh water available to your cat to drink.

 

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