How Omega Fatty Acids Help Cats Deal With Certain Health Issues

Many of the common ailments that plague our cats can be treated – and possibly even prevented – with proper diet and naturally sourced nutritional supplements. The Omega fatty acids -3, -6, and -9 are essential to feline health, helping kittens grow and develop, easing joint pain, soothing itchy skin, and minimizing the effects of serious internal illnesses. Omega fatty acids are best known for boosting skin and hair/coat health as well as improving the symptoms of inflammatory skin conditions like … Read more

Cat Food Companies Are Lying To Us About A Vital Nutrient Our Kitties Desperately Need

Following a slew of pet food recalls and exposé documentaries and articles, it’s no wonder that cat parents are taking a more proactive role in learning about their kitty’s diets. Unfortunately, we’ve learned that we can no longer take nutritional claims at face value; but the good news is, our awareness helps us give our feline friends the happiest, healthiest (nine!) lives possible. One essential ingredient that many cat foods claim to contain is omega-3 fatty acids. It’s true that … Read more

Looking to Reduce Shedding and Hairballs? Try this…

Is your cat a super-shedder? You may feel like your house is just made of fur at this point, the legendary Furminator has met it’s match, and your clothes are all a cotton/cat hair blend, but don’t give up hope. If you’re looking to give your brushing-hand a rest, consider giving your cat an omega fatty acid supplement. Omega fatty acids have several benefits for pets, my favorite being that they can help reduce shedding in your cat. Shedding happens … Read more

This Powerful Ingredient May Help Substantially With Your Cat’s Itchiness

Cats get dry, itchy skin for a number of reasons. They could have a food allergy, be sensitive to something in their environment, or have a skin parasite. A visual inspection of their skin may give you insight into the problem, but stopping the itch is a different story. Parasites will likely require a specific plan of attack, but if your cat has allergies, adding Omega fatty acids to their diet could be the powerful ingredient you’ve been looking for. … Read more