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Additional nutrients for cats

The health of our pets is the most important thing! Frequently, pets' health problems arise due to a lack of nutrients in the body. Vitamins for cats will help to solve this problem in the short term and prevent the appearance of serious diseases in the fluffy pets. All experts unanimously recommend paying attention to the diet of kittens and compiling it in accordance with the needs of the animal, and they significantly vary depending on the age, sex, and health condition of the cat.


Balanced nutrition for cats

Most owners believe that there are enough nutrients in the food, but this is absolutely not true. Your cat's diet should include not only water, wet and dry food, but also healthy treats in the form of a cat dietary supplement. Remember that you should select the food solely according to the physiological needs and age of your pet. Be sure to watch the amount of liquids consumed. 

Did you know that animals and people can produce some essential nutrients themselves? This is different for each animal species. But unfortunately this is not always enough, so cats need nutritional supplements for cats.

How can you tell if a cat needs vitamins?

Veterinarians distinguish the following signs of cat avitaminosis:

  • dull coat
  • excessive hair loss
  • Itching and dandruff
  • bad temper
  • refusal of food and water
  • weakness
  • poor metabolism
  • swollen gums

If you notice several symptoms similar to those listed above, we strongly recommend that you see a specialist. It is the veterinarian who will be able to make the correct diagnosis and choose the treatment, including the necessary food supplements for cats.

If the cat is active, has a good appetite, plays and responds to petting by the owner, and its coat is shiny and looks healthy, there is no reason to suspect vitamin deficiency. An overabundance of vitamins also negatively affects the cat's health - it causes digestive disorders, allergies, loss of weight, poor appetite and a dull coat. 


Causes of cat avitaminosis

Avitaminosis occurs in spring and autumn, when the immune system of cats becomes weak, there is an accelerated redistribution of vitamins. At this time, the body of animals is prone to various kinds of diseases. In addition, there are several other causes of vitamin deficiency in cats:

  • presence of parasites in the body
  • pregnancy and lactation
  • stress
  • age
  • virus presence
  • unbalanced diet

If there are signs of avitaminosis in cats, a consultation with a veterinarian is recommended! Please note that vitamins and nutritional supplements for cats vary by need, age, and a number of other reasons.


Vitamin, mineral complexes and dietary supplement for cats vary in form, they can be:


  • in the form of injections - such preparations are usually prescribed by the veterinarian after examining the cat;
  • in pills - they usually have a taste and smell that attracts cats and they will gladly eat them together with the food;
  • in the form of a suspension or drops - can be dropped into a cat's mouth if he refuses food for any reason;
  •  in the form of a paste - the paste can be applied to the cat's paw and it will lick it in an effort to keep it clean.

In our online store you can find the right supplements just for your pet! Our catalog presents a wide selection and assortment, and our consultants will tell you in detail about each product and help you make the right choice.

Choose the best for your furry friend!