Omega Fatty Acids And How Your Kitty’s Body Uses Them

Chances are, you’ve heard of Omega Fatty Acids (including 3, 6, and 9) and their role in a healthy, balanced diet. But you may be less familiar with the concept of incorporating these essential nutrients into your kitty’s diet, too!

Many cat foods claim to contain omega fatty acids, and they do; but what these companies don’t tell consumers is that most of these nutrients have been destroyed during manufacturing. This is why it’s important for pet parents to evaluate their cats’ diets to make sure that they’re getting all the nourishment they need. Sometimes, this simply means adding a tasty supplement to Kitty’s routine, a small step that can make a world of difference!

Omega-3s, Omega-6s, and Omega-9s all do their part in supporting your feline friend’s skin and coat health, joint health, heart health, immune system health, cellular health, and brain and eye development and maintenance. They can also do wonders to help your cat maintain a soft, silky coat, minimize shedding, reduce hairballs, and promote a normal skin-moisture content. In fact, many cat moms and dads say they’ve seen improvements in their kitties after giving them omega supplements for just a few weeks.

In order to help pet parents offer their felines the best nutrition possible, iHeartCats partnered with Project Paws® to develop an omega supplement that provides three essential omega fatty acids in one delicious chew. Formulated by veterinarians, Omega-3-6-9 Chews are grain-free, gluten-free, soy-free, and sustainably sourced. What’s more, each purchase of these health-boosting bites provides meals for 14 hungry shelter cats! 

Omega 3-6-9 Select Grain Free Skin & Coat Chews with Pure Antarctic Krill Oil, $24.99-34.99. Each purchase feeds 14 hungry shelter cats.

When you add this supplement to your cat’s diet, whether intact or crumbled (some kitties prefer them crumbled), you’ll know you’re helping to support the many facets of his health, but all your kitty will know is that he’s getting a scrumptious treat from the human he loves.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The information on this website is not intended to replace a one-on-one relationship with a qualified healthcare professional.

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