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Old November 14th, 2008, 07:25 AM
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FYI: humans with IBD do find more frequent small meals is much easier on their systems than the the normal 3. Even if your kitty does not have an IBD, she may benefit from smaller meals if her tummy is upset. There is a specific probiotic for oral bacteria diseases, I'll try to find where I read it. That may help with her sores.
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