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I bought Wellness dry food today and I noticed that there's olive oil in there. Besides, it makes their coats nice and shiny, can it cause anything unhealthy? Thanks!
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I'm not aware of any.
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hi there, all i know is that dry food isn't as good as wet food for your cats, wet food contains meat and they will get more water intake too.
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Dry fruits is not suitable for cats but the cat is drink milk and eat beaf and other healthy foods............
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Olive oil should be fine for cats, as well as Salmon oil especially for cats having dry and itchy skin..
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I prefer for salmon oil for cats.
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