Some people can eat everything while others don’t react well to certain ingredients – this is exactly the same for cats.
If cats react sensitively to components of food, they suffer from a food intolerance or food allergy. Their intestines cannot cope with digesting the substance, triggering an irritation of the mucous membrane.
If a cat suffers from a food intolerance, she will show symptoms such as digestion problems and fatigue. A food allergy can also become apparent through itchy skin. Both conditions are treated in the same way: by eliminating the substance which causes the reaction from the diet and feeding with high-quality food. This food is characterised by containing only a few, highly digestible ingredients.
If your cat shows signs of intolerance, we recommend that you use dietary solutions from SELECT GOLD Sensitive or SELECT GOLD Pure, which are tailored to the needs of your pet.
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