Supplements - Cat

Supplements 

Cats are independent quirky creatures who know their own minds. It’s not surprising that choosing the right supplements for them can seem a little overwhelming! The good news is that there is a quality supplement perfect for the needs of every individual cat. Our online shop has the highest quality supplements from reliable brands, so you can relax knowing that you are making a great investment in your cat’s health. Order now for stress-free purchasing including free shipping for orders over £39,weekday delivery within 1-3days, and a 30-day return policy if you are not 100% satisfied.

 

What are supplements? 

Supplements come from natural ingredients and target health conditions by reducing their severity or by providing essential ingredients to optimise health. They are commonly in liquid forms, like fish oil for cats, which you can pop into your cat’s mouth. Powders and granules are added to food if you prefer to avoid those ‘tiger’ teeth! 

It is extremely important that your cat’s supplements are specifically designed and manufactured for cats as human or other pet products can be harmful. If your kitty has medical conditions or takes medications you must check that the supplement is appropriate. Supplements and prescription medications are processed by the same body systems, so consult your veterinarian for advice before starting any supplement.

 

 What do supplements treat?  

Creaky kitties will feel the benefits of joint supplements for cats, while the sensitive, anxiety-prone pusscan thrive again with calming Zylkene for cats. Whether it’s Feliway Cystease to help with their urinaryhealth or PlaqueOff Cats for gleaming gnashers, you should contact your veterinarian or book an appointment here for advice before you start a course. See below to learn more.

 

Upset or Sensitive Gut? 

Any cat can experience diarrhoea so probiotics for cats rapidly relieve the symptoms of vomiting and diarrhoea, whilst restoring the friendly bacteria lost during illness. Other issues, such as sensitive digestion and flatulence, are settled and soothed by the longer-term use of probiotics like Fortiflora forcats.

 

Urinary Health 

Sometimes your cat’s unique view of the world leads to anxiety in everyday situations and this can contribute to urinary issues such as cystitis. Whatever the cause, supplements like Cystease for cats, which support the bladder lining and reduce anxiety, are an invaluable part of your kitty’s urinary support measures.

 

Vitamins for cats 

Balanced vitamins are found in most complete cat foods but may need supplementation during recovery from surgery or illness. If your cat is a picky eater or geriatric with additional needs then cat vitamins may also be useful.

 

Joint Pain 

Your beloved kitty used to be limber but now they’re a pensioner who struggles just to groom or hop on the couch for evening snuggles. Supplements like Yumove Cat work alongside any lifestyle changes and prescriptions your vet recommends, helping to improve flexibility while reducing pain and inflammation.

 

 Other useful cat supplements

 

Omega 

Salmon oil for cats is a great source of Omega-3 and -6 that most cats find hard to resist. It works to improve dry or itchy skin, restore glossy coats, reduce inflammation and assist moulting.

 

 Cat conditions 

Due to cats' lengthy lifespans, they can experience similar conditions to us, like geriatric brain disease, kidney disease, or heart disease. If they have had a condition diagnosed, talk to your veterinarian about how to best support your cat.

 

Choosing safe supplements 

Not all supplements are created equal! Once you have spoken to your veterinarian, it’s safest to choose a product from a well-established, veterinarian endorsed company that carries out quality control and studies to prove their product is effective. Most cat supplements can simply be purchased over the counter or online. There is a wide price range to match all budgets but the most effective supplements are usually more costly due to the higher quality or quantity of the active ingredient and the costs involved in carrying out research and studies.