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Fun Friday Cat Fact of the Day 1-17-20

Catzzzmeow

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Let’s talk about gas. Did you ever notice most cats fall into the “silent but deadly” category when it comes to farting? The reason for lack/less audible farts, is likely due to the fact that cats don't usually gulp their food down like dogs do, leading to less air accumulating in their digestive tract. But as we all know, cats do fart and it can just sneak up on you. We call them high protein farts in our home...peeee ewww. Feel free to share any gas stories about your little stinker with us in the comments.

TGIF Lairians!
 

Yoda mom

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@Catzzzmeow phew, with my crew I am blessed not to have farts! interesting you mention high protein farts... could it be mine are not fed high protein? I am assuming 40 %ish is considered high protein? the cats n dogs don't fart since I took them off Acana

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Annejo12

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You made me laugh with the “silent but deadly” comment. My kitty doesn’t fart often but when she does it is a “sbd”! And it usually happens when she is with my husband! Hmmm, maybe it is actually him and she just gets blamed, lol.
 
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