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Soy leicithin

Marta GasperMarta Gasper FairburyMember Posts: 636
edited 2 May, 2007 in Food & Nutrition
Meowmy was wondering if baby food that contains soy leicithin is OK for kitties? We often get as a treat Gerber's bf that doesn't have it but yesterday she saw DelMonte's brand that is cheaper but does have sl as an ingredient, would that be fine too? Thanks!

Comments

  • Melissa FordMelissa Ford Santa CruzMember Posts: 3,914
    edited 30 April, 2007
    Soy leicithin is safe for kitties. Just be sure the baby food you use does not contain any garlic or onion, including ANY derivatives.
  • Marta GasperMarta Gasper FairburyMember Posts: 636
    edited 2 May, 2007
    Thank-you Hunter!..she'll stock up on these and thanks for mentioning derivatives
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