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  1. Turns out rabbit meat is so lean that if a person ate it exclusively they could develop something called “fat-hunger” also known as “rabbit starvation.”

    In addition, participating laboratories analyzed improperly cooked and prepared pet food for harmful bacteria, including Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes. In past projects, CVM had monitored dog and cat food for the presence of Salmonella. But before this study, the center “had not investigated the occurrence of Listeria in pet food .
    — Dr. Reimschuessel noted that “quite a large percentage of the foods for pets we tested were positive for the pathogen Listeria monocytogenes.”
    (Pathogens are disease-causing germs, like some bacteria. Not all bacteria are harmful pathogens, though, and rabbit meat does provide a source of protein.

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