This is quite a short post which I am writing for those of you who have a cat or a dog for a pet. In the past few days I’ve been looking for good food supplements for cats and dogs.
You see – I have a cat called Poppy. She is just over 3 years old, and since I’ve stopped vaccinating her (last time she received a vaccinate it made her sick), I’ve decided to look for something to boost her immune system.
So I started looking at various websites. A friend was talking about her own pets – she has both a cat and a dog and is very advanced in pet care. Not only she buys supplements for her beloved four-legged friends, she actually feeds them a raw diet. She is totally against commercially-produced pet food.
Just like any other owner, I love my cat and want only the best for her. This includes choosing the right products which would help her to live a long and healthy life. After all, our pets are our family members and to be honest, I don’t see much of a difference between us and them except that we look different and communicate in our own language which we understand all the same.
So I decided to follow my friend’s example and switch my kitty to raw foods. These were going to include meat, fish, some egg and mixed food with added rice and vegetables. I am still to learn if Poppy can eat rice so will try to introduce it to see how she reacts to it. The other thing I want to introduce is some food supplements. And I have only just started the process of switching her over to raw food, so there’s still a way to go.
I looked at the supplement range my friend had shared the information for with me and loved what I saw. Unfortunately, if you are in the UK the prices for the Bixbi Organic Pet Superfood are just too high, but for the US pet owners, it’s a great way to help keep their four-legged family members healthy and well-nourished.
The next one to the right is what I’ve found for you if you live outside the US. Unfortunately, it is for dogs only, but it contains a whole kilo of such fantastic natural ingredients as eco-marine algae, malt germ, brewer’s yeast, seaweed meal, natural eggshell powder, flaxseed flour, herb mix with milk thistle fruits, nettle leaves, blackberry leaves, chamomile and dandelion root. What’s not to like? I can easily see how this can supplement my own diet! 😉
And the last one is the supplement I’ve found for cats for those of you who live in the UK. I have looked at the reviews and there are quite a few good ones – including from the pet owners who have been buying these supplements for years.
Take a look at what I have found and give it a thought. Are your pets in need of extra vitamins and minerals? I know that mine is!