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PBDEs are fire retardant chemicals that have a possible link to hyperthyroidism.

Because fish is so palatable to most cats, many cat foods do contain some fish so be careful to read the labels.

If you want to feed a fish-based food as a treat, please limit it to once or twice a week. (That said, I do not feed my cats any fish on a regular basis.

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