Twenty-eight cats belonging to a cat rescue society developed clinical signs consistent with thiamin deficiency after being fed a proprietary canned food containing inadequate amounts of the vitamin. Five of the cats died but the others recovered after appropriate therapy. The diagnosis was based on clinical signs, histopathological findings, food analysis and response to treatment.
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