The tail that wags the pet care business in supermarkets is still very much pet foods. But now the pet accessories set is beginning to do some purring of its own as food retailers move aggressively to retain pet care shoppers' loyalty. As one avenue for growth, supermarket pet care buyers are eyeing the "cat people," who have been the fastest-growing large group of pet keepers and who also are becoming increasingly aware of their cats' special health needs. Cat lovers historically have ...
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