Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Are you aware of the fact that Cats can also have food allergies

There are many symptoms that cats get when they have a food allergy. Allergic skin is not uncommon. The cat scratches on the head and face and the skin usually maimed in front of the ears and eyes. These cats are so itchy that they self-destruct in an attempt to stop itching. Scratches his head and skin in front of the ears is a function.
Cats can also be chronic vomiting. Vomiting soon after eating is typical for an allergic reaction to food if the body rejects it immediately. This can be distinguished from hairballs, then vomit contain large amounts of hair.
Cats often have chronic diarrhea. This will stop when the allergen is no longer used. This should be distinguished from intestinal parasites, which are common in cats. Faeces should be done to check for parasites.
Eosinophyllic granulomas is a plaque formation that forms in the cats mouth or skin. These lesions are flattened like a thick pink swelling or an ulcer-like lesion.
Fish and dairy products are the most common food allergens in cats. Fish is a staple ingredient in many dog food. It is a common food allergens in cats.
Avoid ingestion is the only way to reduce the symptoms and subsequent disease caused by a food allergy prevention. Food allergies are common and unfortunately often overlooked by the cat owner and veterinarian alike. Cats with food allergies are miserable and unbearably itchy. It's so easy to cure.
Cats with one or more of the above symptoms need a food elimination process.

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