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Interested in the critters living in cats’ intestinal tract? Kittybiome may soon give us some answers — 4 Comments

  1. I sent Mitzy’s poop in a couple of months ago, and am awaiting results. I did it because of her previous problems with constipation. It was an expense that I normally wouldn’t consider, but I’d earned $100 from a little job, and felt it was a worthwhile investment.

  2. This is important research. I would hope that it leads to better cat food. Perhaps it will expose the bad cat foods through their effect on the cat’s gut. We need hard science to figure out if commercially manufactured cat food has a negative effect on health (almost certainly yes for some cats) and in what way. Thanks for this Jo.

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