Thank you so much for the information.  I have already called a pet store near 
where I live and they tell me they carry the Wellness canned food and the 
Natures Basket.  It wouldn't hurt for all of my cats to be on it, they are 
getting a little tubby.  Watch out, IAMS and 9-Lives stock will likely take a 
---- Caroline Kaufmann <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: 
> Hey guys.  Below is a message from one of the members of the FIP support 
> group I recently joined on behalf of Brumley.  I asked her again for her 
> referral to the sites devoted to better diet and nutrition for cats.  I 
> planned to join once things calmed down with Brumley because keeping up with 
> the FIP group and the assisted feeding support group got to be too much!  
> But I did want to pass this onto the new FELV members as something to 
> consider for the care of your babies.  Diet is unbelievably important and 
> there has been nothing short of a revolution as of late regarding what we 
> should be feeding our companion animals- and in particular, felines, who are 
> all descendants of the big cats in Africa and when we snuggle them and kiss 
> their noses, etc., I think we tend to forget that!  I am not saying everyone 
> has to go the raw food route- altho Monkee did when his anemia from Felv 
> kicked in and he loved it!  urgh, too little too late...but I know better now 
> and I just want other people to maybe benefit from that).  So add 
> investigating and researching the diet issue onto your to-do list.  And keep 
> in mind that you don't have to commit to the raw diet-- if you do the 
> research, you will find the particular premium canned foods that are as close 
> as you can get to the benefits of raw.
> I hope this helps!
> caroline   
> Absolutely. The more cats we get off commercial diets the less death we'll 
> see. Cats are carnivores. They eat meat ... fresh meat ... not rotted, old, 
> diseased garbage, left over meat from rendering plants. And not grains. They 
> can't even digest grains and vegetables. 
> Here ya go.
> God Bless Cats ... the most beautiful and perfect carnivores on the planet. 
> How lucky we are that they like us and they're not the size of dinosaurs.
> Happy Tail and Biscuits on the Back,
> Bonnie
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