Many cats diagnosed with a bladder problem turn out to be allergic to corn, and high-cereal diets are largely responsible for one type of bladder stone that is appearing in epidemic numbers. Cats with chronic diarrhea are frequently suffering from a food intolerance or allergy. What may seem like a bacterial infection in some cases of diarrhea may well be dysbiosis (bacterial imbalance), which can be rectified with various supplements, using antibiotics as a last resort.
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