28 Jan Do Cats Need Vitamins?
Surveys show that approximately 58% of us regularly take vitamin and mineral supplements, with most taking a multivitamin everyday. So why when we feed our beloved pet dog a diet of highly processed wet and dry foods, (most containing meat with a shelf life of over 2 years and without the need for refrigeration), do we think it’s ok to not give our cat the same love and care we give ourselves?
What’s good for the goose is good for the gander! Just like humans need to supplement their diets with multivitamin and mineral supplements, so do our cats. The food we eat today is heavily compromised with selenium and magnesium levels almost non existent and pesticide and herbicide levels at an all time high.
The best way to supplement your cats diet is by giving them natural forms of vitamins and minerals. After all they are getting enough preservatives and chemicals in their regular supermarket feed! Giving your cat natural vitamins can often be difficult as most forms of pet vitamins are not natural and often come in tablet form, which is hard to give to cats.
A new vitamin and mineral supplement recommended by Vets is the all natural water soluble supplement Petvim. Petvim is a unique combination of 7 Superfoods that include Coconut Water, Beetroot, Maca, Turmeric, Black Pepper, Lucuma and Pink Himalayan Sea Salt and is specially formulated for cats and dogs. These superfoods are all packed with natures vitamins and key essential minerals that are often missing in your cats daily diet.
Petvim is water soluble so you simply add a half a teaspoon to your cats water bowl for them to drink throughout the day. You can also sprinkle Petvim on your cats wet or dry food. Petvim is one of the easiest and most cost effective ways to help ensure your cat is getting the vitamins, minerals and nutrition it needs naturally!
To read more about the amazing benefits of the all natural, water soluble, cat vitamin and mineral nutritional supplement Petvim visit https://www.petvim.com.au/
Petvim retails for $24.95 per 150 gram pouch and lasts approximately 2 months depending on your cats size. To order Petvim online https://www.petvim.com.au/