Newsletter on Whether Cats Should Drink Milk Released

Newsletter on Whether Cats Should Drink Milk Released Newsletter on Whether Cats Should Drink Milk ReleasedNewsletter on Whether Cats Should Drink Milk Released

THREE RIVERS, Calif., Sept.11, 2017, — Over the weekend, CatHealth.com released a newsletter to its readers that discussed several cat-related issues such as whether it’s good for them to drink cow’s milk.

The newsletter linked to an article on the website that explained that most cats are lactose intolerant. You can view the article here: “Is Milk Good for Cats?

Cats can suffer from IBD similar to people. The newsletter also linked to an article with more information on this condition in cats: “IBD: Inflammatory Bowel Syndrome in Cats.”

As much of the country inches closer to colder weather, it’s important to know that cats can get frostbite and hypothermia. You can learn more in these articles: “Hypothermia and Heatstroke in Cats,” and “Cold Weather Tips for Cats.”

You can sign up to receive newsletters from CatHealth.com, with articles written by a veterinarian, on the homepage: www.cathealth.com

About Aquanta, LLC:

Dr. Christianne Schelling, a veterinarian with a huge interest in human and animal health and wellness, established Aquanta, LLC. Located at the base of the Sequoia National Forest in Three Rivers, Aquanta explores the many different ways that we can improve subjects including pet and human wellness, ways to de-stress, skin and hair care, cutting-edge product development, and more.

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