Some scientists have long suspected that cats, which are strict carnivores, are "sweet blind." Now there's proof: Cats lack the receptor for sweetness. The discovery opens a window on what taste is for and how it evolved. It may also help cat food makers producer a product that even sick cats will eat.
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