Geez, Megan, are you working for the Kerry Campaign?? You constantly refer to
"lies", which aren't the same as opinions. Why don't you just can it? Just
because you don't agree with what I said doesn't mean that I'm lying. You
still haven't answered my questions. That by itself speaks volumes.
>veering off course, telling lies, and making false accusations (which,
>BTW, you coveniently snipped along with the majority of my response to
>them which completely disproved your lies.)
>> several cats I've had over the years
>> were fed exclusively dry foods and NEVER
>> developed a problem (not counting
>> hairballs in one of them).
>That's nice coming from someone who regularly claims that a few cats
>does not a valid example make.
else? There's anecdotal evidence and then there's clinical evidence. Grade 1
>> recommend feeding mostly canned,
>Uh huh. And why exactly is that? Hmmmm?
>> the past I haven't done that and never
>> experienced a problem.
>And many have, which is regularly evidenced in posts to this newsgroup.
>And here you are, recommending feeding a canned diet as opposed to dry.
fed canned food to and they never experienced the myriad of problems that
you've experienced. I've seen enough studies and evidence to suggest feeding
canned food along with dry. That doesn't mean I'm disavowing the feeding of
dry cat foods (like you do). That's what I mean when I say you like to put
words into peoples' mouths.
>> the diagnosis was made?
>As a matter of fact, yes.
>obvious, then you are beyond help.
the blue hell would I know what your history is?? You really need to get a
>> an anti-Hill's agenda here, Megan.
>Again, you're lying. My "agenda" is to feed cats properly so one doesn't
>have to rely on ***food passed off as a "prescription diet the cat has
>to be on for the rest of it's life." I have stated this clearly before,
>yet you continue to make these false accusations.
people that they don't "need" to feed Hill's Prescription Diets that are
recommended by vets. Even your own words above, reveal your attitude!
>> has done for you to recommend their over
>> the counter foods as a treatment for IC?
>*Canned food* is recommended as part of the treatment for IC. Apparently
>you're too stupid to understand that you can't fix flaws in the
>protective layer of the bladder with a can of meat by-products and corn
>passed off as prescription food.
are the World Champion of Dodgeball!! LOL! Let's try again....what research
has Old Mother Hubbard (she's not a real person you know!) done to garner your
recommendation of their products to treat a disease condition? I'm still
waiting for an explanation from you as to why you can't disagree or argue your
point in a civil manner?? You act as if your 11 years old.
>> obviously a self-appointed expert on the
>> subject of OMH, what are the urinary pH
>> ranges of the canned foods that you are
>Since you always tell others that ask you such questions to call the
>company, why don't you call them yourself? I'm not going to do your
>research for you.
find out. You post other studies when you have them, so what's stopping you
here? I suspect it's because you won't like the answer! It would be
interesting to see what the pH range of their wellness diets are. Especially
if you're attempting to treat FLUTD!!