|Welcome to IBD Kitties
|Dedicated to my Alex
August 1996 - July 2008
IBD, Hepatic Lipidosis, Pancreatitis
For Alex's complete medical history
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correct. I will only recommend certain products that I feel are safe, effective and worthwhile. I will never
recommend something that could be potentially harmful to your pet in any way. The merchants I recommend are
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first and foremost to help pet parents and their furry little loved ones. You'll find the products listed on the pages
that coincide with that need.
Disclaimer: Although IBD Kitties and its contributors share our personal experiences, recommendations of
foods, medications, products, etc., these recommendations are not meant to take the place of veterinary advice,
as we are NOT veterinary professionals. This site is available to help you ask better questions and offer
additional knowledge to your veterinarian, as they oftentimes turn to us for more up to date and accurate
reporting on these issues. Much of the information on this site has not been written by veterinary professionals
and should not be considered a replacement for a veterinarian consultation. This site is for informative purposes
only and you should always seek the advice and treatment of a vet above all else.
Occasionally a cat may have an underlying health problem such as, but not limited to, kidney or liver disease,
that may be affected by some treatments and/or diet changes. Before trying any options that are suggested on
this website, it is the sole responsibility of the pet parent/guardian to seek proper veterinarian diagnostic work-
up, care and treatments and to have your cat evaluated and treated for these conditions. Not every treatment or
diet works for every cat and it is your responsibility to monitor any changes that may occur during this process. If
you notice any negative reactions or changes, stop the treatment and/or food change and seek veterinary advice
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|Feline Inflammatory Bowel Disease is a very serious condition that affects thousands of cats every year.
There are many causes of IBD but no cure. The mission of this site is to have as much accessible information on
IBD and other GI disorders in one place.
The information and recommendations on this website are NOT meant to take the place of veterinary advice, as
we are NOT veterinarians. It's here to help you ask better questions and offer additional knowledge to your
veterinarian as they often times rely on us for more up to date and accurate reporting on these issues. Some of
the information on this site has not been written by a veterinarian and should not be considered a replacement
for a veterinarian visit. This site is for informative purposes only, and you should always seek the advice and
treatment of a vet above all else. This site is dedicated to my beautiful girl who lost her battle on July 10, 2008
and will now serve, as well as so many others, as an example and my angel guiding me to help others. Check
back frequently as we're adding new information constantly. Please be advised that IBD in cats is very different
from IBD in dogs. Cats have different dietary needs, respond to medications differently, a lot of things are toxic to
them that aren't toxic to dogs and they cannot go long without eating before their liver starts to fail. Treatment
should not be suggested as a catch all for both species.
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