A healthy urinary tract in cats
Cat urinary health, although not as obvious as something like their fur or heart, is a big part of their overall wellbeing that you need to take care of. A healthy urinary tract will usually have no issues, but when something does occur such as a bacterial infection, it can lead to a number of urinary problems in your cat. You’ll notice there is an issue if they strain to go to the toilet, if you find blood in their urine or they lose control of their bladder. If the problem is serious, you should take them to the vets, but there are a number of ways to overall support their urinary health in the long-term to help prevent any issues from happening in the first place. The most important way you can do this is through their diet; providing them with the right nutrition for a healthy urinary tract is key and can easily be done by giving them a tailored natural supplement.
UTI Support for Cats key ingredients
The UTI Support for Cats supplement has been designed to be easy to use, simply give your cat 1 soft chew twice a day (2 daily total). Here at Animigo, we understand how every cat is different, and for many, it can be a big deal getting them to take a supplement. To make things easier, our premium supplement comes in handy soft chew form that is easy on the mouth and, for those particularly fussy felines, they can even be broken or cut in half.
D-Mannose, Cranberry Extract, Green Tea (Camellia Sinensis Extract), L-Theanine, Hyaluronic Acid, Arabic Gum, Brewer’s Yeast, Citrus Pectin, Glycerin, Hydrolyzed Vegetable Flavour, Mixed Tocopherols, Oat Flour, Propionic Acid, Safflower Oil, Sunflower Lecithin.
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I like that these are soft chews, make it really easy to give my cat, although sometimes I forget to give them the second one in the day so have to give myself a reminder
Working so far for my cats so 5 stars