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I read this on some cat food company's website, is it true?

"Why do we use poultry fat in Lamaderm
It is a superior form of fat containing more unsaturated fats; thus, the pet
's body burns it more efficiently. Furthermore, if your companion is
allergic to poultry do not worry as the allergy is to the protein and not
the fat. "


can cats also develop allergies to yeast?
 

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When allergies occur they seem to be most often caused by the protein in various things. Thats why a cat with an allergy to chicken can usually eat a food containing chicken fat with no problem. Any protein containing ingredient can be an allergen, including yeast.
In animals with flea allergies, it is the protein in the flea saliva that causes the allergic reaction.
 
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