Soy products (eg tofu) have a greater likelihood (than some other
ingredients) of causing an allergic reaction.
AD should have an expiration date on the can. I keep both AD and Low residue
on hand (Low residue works to get Frankie back on track when he has fudgy

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[] On Behalf Of Susan Hoffman
Sent: Sunday, August 30, 2009 9:24 PM
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Question about A/D

A/D is a specially prepared canned cat food that is high nutrition and very

As far as tofu is concerned, I have cats who like soy products but it is not
nutritionallly complete for cats so I would not let a cat try to live oin
it.  But I'll give most cats whatever appeals to them as a treat,.

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Cc: Emily Hunter <>
Sent: Sunday, August 30, 2009 4:08:40 PM
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Question about A/D

ok, it is getting late and my brain is fuzzy - what is A/D?  IS TOFU GOOD
---- Emily Hunter <> wrote: 
> Just a quick question for future referrence, since all of my babies  
> are eating fine at the moment. I'm considering just keeping some of  
> the A/D on hand since my cats don't always get sick when the vet's  
> open. How long is it generally good for? In addition to Tofu being  
> positive, I've been cautioned to really keep a close eye on our 20-lbs- 
> er. (He is fat, but he and his littermates all have huge frames as  
> well, so 20lbs, while not being good, isn't quite as bad as it seems.  
> He is losing weight slowly since I've taken most of the treats away  
> from Mom!)
> -Emily
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