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svu geek
March 31st 07, 04:55 AM
If some dry food is affected with the bad wheat gluten, wouldn't pets
have different symptoms or problems then with the wet food?
I read that the water in wet food is excreted in the urine and the
water from dry food is excreted in the feces. So I guess I could
understand cats getting kidney failure from the wet food. But would
they get kidney failure from the dry food? It seems like some other
organ would be affected like the intestine or something. Does anyone
know?

chatnoir
March 31st 07, 01:53 PM
svu geek wrote:
> If some dry food is affected with the bad wheat gluten, wouldn't pets
> have different symptoms or problems then with the wet food?
> I read that the water in wet food is excreted in the urine and the
> water from dry food is excreted in the feces. So I guess I could
> understand cats getting kidney failure from the wet food. But would
> they get kidney failure from the dry food? It seems like some other
> organ would be affected like the intestine or something. Does anyone
> know?

All such nutrients are absorbed into the organism threough the small
intestine and is treated the same - whether they came from dry food or
wet food! Feces is organic material that is not absorbed into the
system! Urine removes annonia from the system in the form or uric
acid and other toxins from the system!