The only I will say about making your own cat food is that you really, really, really need to know what you are doing, or you could cause a nutrition deficit in your cat.
I would just do LOTS of research, and talk to a vet that you trust. As far as Lysine, if you can give it to all of your cats, it can only help boost their immune systems. It certainly wouldn't hurt. Susan J. DuBose >^..^< www.PetGirlsPetsitting.com www.Tx.SiameseRescue.org www.shadowcats.net "As Cleopatra lay in state, Faithful Bast at her side did wait, Purring welcomes of soft applause, Ever guarding with sharpened claws." Trajan Tennent ----- Original Message ----- From: "glenda Goodman" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: Sunday, July 22, 2007 1:50 PM Subject: Re: treats and supplement questions... Wendy, Thanks for getting back to me on this. I checked the other ingredients: Cellulose(plant origen), Silica, Vegetable Magnesium Stearate. It looks like I'm safe...Well, it sure is nice being just a few clicks away from getting answers to my questions... I'll probably get my next bottle at the local health food store, but I think anything there, will be pretty equal to what I have? By the way, for anyone who has never bought Lysine, it is very inexpensive. I think this huge bottle was under $8.00. I can certainly afford to give it to all of my cats and I think I will, at least a few times per week. Eventually, I seriously want to start making my own cat food for them, if only as an additional food, to keep everyone healthy. It is so easy to just buy a bag of dry food, but I really do not think any commercial food could be better than a very carefully thought out homemade recipe.Does anyone here make their own cat food? It is just a matter of finding the time, right? I'm also open to other supplements to boost Gracie's system...someone said vitamin C was good. I do not want to get too carried away and know I need to watch out to not over do it... THANK YOU BUNCHES! Glenda --- wendy <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: