If you start noticing your elderly cat limping or slowing down – there’s hope! It may sound crazy. But it’s true… And I have the video to prove it.
Our oldest cat, Scotch, was a vibrant young kitty – full of energy, mischief and love… until he reached that ‘dreaded’ age. Most vets and people consider a cat 12 or older as ‘old’… and at 16, Scotch started to show his age. It was sad to see his little cat limp and overall loss of energy.
Many cat owners may think it’s “normal” if they see their cat limping or slowing down at a certain age… In fact, did you know that research says close to 90% of cats will suffer from some form of arthritis or other joint degeneration in their lifetime?
I’m here to say – with confidence – that it doesn’t need to be this way. We crazy cat lovers can start to change these statistics by taking action – like we did with Scotch.
When Scotch starting limping at age 16, we were lucky enough to be prepared for it. We had been adding supplements to his diet for years, but it wasn’t enough… And with more research, we realized these supplements didn’t include the essential enzymes cats need. So we simply started adding a live enzyme rich supplement to his daily diet that included the antioxidants and digestive enzymes that were missing from his diet. Within the week, our jaws were to the floor. We were amazed at how he changed back into his vibrant kitten-like self!
And here’s the proof! Watch this short video clip that we took the other day. Scotch is now 18 years old – and he is still jumping from counter to counter.
Here’s how and why:
The total health of cat’s joints – just like humans – is directly related to the nutrients (or lack thereof) in their body. Have you ever wondered why a middle aged friend of yours seems to have trouble getting up and down, while that 90-year-old grandma down the street is still walking 5 miles a day and taking trail hikes whenever possible? The simple answer is nutrients – and the body’s ability to optimize these nutrients. Whenever you eat processed foods (often from a box or can), your body is lacking essential enzymes that help keep your joints strong.
The same goes for cats. We feed our cats processed foods on a daily basis. Heck, many cats only EVER eat processed foods in their lifetime. The truth is ALL food in bags and cans (kibble and wet food) is processed. Regardless of what the label may say, there are important enzymes and nutrients missing from these foods. This is not to say these are ‘bad’ foods… But they’re simply NOT ENOUGH.
If you see you cat limping, slowing down or avoiding the stairs, don’t just accept it or feel sad. Take action by giving him the nutrients that his little body needs to be strong and healthy again.
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