Is Your Cat Thriving or Just Surviving
on Dry Food?
Dear cat lover, does any of this sound familiar.....
eats only or mostly dry cat food
itchy skin and hot spots
tooth plaque, gingivitis or bad breath
overweight: no waistline (hourglass figure when you look at your cat from above), bloated, excess fatty tissue in armpits and around neck
body has mushy feel instead of being muscular and tone
prone to urinary tract (bladder) infections, sludge and stones
dull, dry, rough fur
lazy, not interested in playtime, even listless (providing kitty is an adult and not ill)
24/7 access to food (free feeding)
excessive shedding and fur balls more than once a month
large soft stool with really bad odor (pee-yew!)
diarrhea or vomiting
maybe even struggling with -- and worrying you with -- kidney failure, hyperthyroid or diabetes
Help Your Cat:
THRIVE, not just survive
Be energetic and lively no matter what age
Shed a lot less fur all over you, your clothes and your house AND have the silkiest softest fur ever
Puke up far fewer fur balls
Be tone and muscular like a true carnivore in the wild
Have good healthy poop that barely stinks and not be embarrassed when company comes a knockin'
Lessen the chance of developing common disease and illness: cancer, diabetes, kidney failure, and hyperthyroid
Have a free-flowing urinary tract
Be supported in the best, most natural way possible if she already suffers with any medical conditions
Reduce and even avoid costly, stressful trips to the vet by using safe, non-toxic natural medicines rather than harmful toxic drugs whenever possible
Did anyone say KITTENS?
Start your kittens out on the right track
And for momma cat--it's not what you might think about dry food being good for her and for her babies--her body can much more quickly and efficiently turn canned or raw food into milk for her kittens
Written for the cat in your life, my value-packed report
"5 Myths About Cat Food That
Endanger Your Cat's Health..
and what to do instead"
is full of information to help your cat get started on the road to thriving health
1) I'll debunk the 5 myths that the cat food industry (and maybe even your vet--or your neighbor--or some family member--or the rescue you adopted kitty from) has led cat lover's to believe in the name of making a buck in the least expensive way.
2) Cat food manufacturers spend a lot of money on pretty packaging to grab the attention of the consumer and are allowed to make ANY claims they wish with no regulation.
3) The cat food industry saves money on using cheap ingredients that:
a) are inappropriate for an obligate (a true) carnivore and
b) are providing the consumer's desire and demand for convenience (a long shelf-life and easy to feed).
4) I hate to break it to cat lovers--okay, not really...I'd like to shout it from rooftops with a megaphone,
but dry cat food is just NOT natural for a cat.
What are the 5 Myths I'm busting? I'm glad you asked!
1) Dry Food Cleans Cat Teeth
2) Wet Food Gives Cats Diarrhea
3) My Cat Won't Eat Canned Food or Fresh Meat
4) Free Feeding is Okay
5) Canned Food is Fattening
I won't leave you hanging, but also give solutions to these concerns.
5 Myths About Cat Food is Only $7,
yet worth so much more to you and your cat!
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Kitten Photo Courtesy of: Jan Mallander/Pixabay