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The main concern with chronic cases of pancreatitis is that high fat can aggravate pancreatitis.
The small amount of cheese itself does not concern me, but I worry about the overall fat content in the treats.
I prefer to stick with low fat, easily digestible diets like Hills I/D and Royal Canin GI Moderate Calorie food.
I recommend avoiding treats for these kitties.
Treats are generally appealing because they are higher in fat and protein, very likely this treat fits that category.
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Dear Dr Susan,
Leo has been in great distress re this condistion,and I am sure this was brought on by these treats,which has caused,anquese,pain,to both Leo and myself,3 times I took him to he vets to put him to sleep, he is the only thing in my life,and I do not wont any when else to go through what I went through with Leo,he still is not out of the woods so to speak,but I feel that these treats should have a warning on them !!
I understand your concerns, I think it is more important that your vet inform you of what you need to do to keep him most healthy.
The treats are fine - for a healthy cat.
many thanks,the treats are fine you say,even with the 4% cheese,do I understand then that's OK?