Top 10 Natural Supplements For Cats

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Many devoted cat owners today utilize natural supplements in preventing feline diseases, optimizing nutrition, and in boosting the health of their pets. We discovered a great article which features an extensive list of natural supplements that were found to be useful for cats. The link follows after our introduction to the topic.



As a responsible cat owner, it is your obligation to give your cat the best of health it deserves. Through the years, many pet owners have discovered the amazing benefits which natural supplements bring about. However, not all cats need supplementation. If the cat has been getting ample amount of nutrition, then supplementation is unnecessary unless there is a specific substance which the body needs for a certain organ to maximize its functions. Supplementation should only be required for cats that are not receiving a well-balanced diet.

Supplements for felines are formulated to strengthen the joints, improve the digestive health, as well as condition and treat the cat’s coat and skin. Supplements have also been found to be useful in optimizing the health and energy of cats. [1]

Just like in humans, probiotics play special role in sustaining microbial balance in the intestines at a healthy level. Probiotics are also claimed to be important not just in enhancing digestive health, but also in boosting the body’s immune system, and reducing allergy symptoms.

While some supplements were used to sustain balance and health in certain organs of the cat’s body, others are meant to treat conditions that come with aging. Chondroitin and glucosamine continue to be one of the most popular prescriptions for old cats that are suffering from osteoarthritis. These medications are prescribed by vets as they bring about minimal number of side effects as compared to other medicines. [2]

On the other hand, some cat owners have depended on natural plants like goldenseal, valerian, licorice root, catnip, and peppermint in optimizing the health of their pets. Catnips were found to be useful in calming the nerves of cats, as well as in relieving the symptoms of flu and cold. Meanwhile, others find herbs such as cat’s claw, dandelion root, rosemary, pennyroyal, and cat thyme useful for their cats.

Ok here is the link to the list of top 10 natural supplements for cats: http://www.pawnation.com/2013/01/22/10-natural-supplements-for-cats/1



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