[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I think there has always been a debate about this. Cats apparently, unlike humans, make vitamin c themselves, so many vets say it is totally unnecessary to supplement and just asking for GI problems. Others say it helps. I have no idea, myself. I have given it when it has been included in other formulas, but don't right now because of Lucy's IBD and Patches recently had a bout with soft stool as well (not from vitamin c, but don't want to bring it on either).MichelleIn a message dated 5/8/2006 10:58:27 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:I don't thing megaC 'cures' or reverses felv. Just my opinion.My homeopathic vet put my positive on a 'regular' dose of vitamin c along with lots of other vitamins and things and my regular vet said 'it couldn't hurt' so I used it.That was years ago though. I believe vitamin c is in most 'cat vitamins' so it must have some value for them as for humans.......... I don't think it's any kind of cure though.t
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