Any cat owner is aware of just how important it is for their cats to have a healthy digestive system. There is a large range of products on the market today that specifically address common cat digestion problems. Here at The Pet Medicine Company we understand that your cat deserves nothing less than the best cat supplements and cat supplies on the market, especially where their digestion is concerned which is why we stock a range of leading products at low prices.
From Hairball Treatments to Essential Minerals
Common cat digestion problems can be caused by the build-up of hairballs in the stomach. Although it is completely natural for cats to lick themselves while cleaning, the resulting hairballs can lead to digestive problems if not attended to. Our products include the FURminator as well as Defurr-UM, which are both excellent products that help cats eliminate hairballs more easily. We are also able to provide a range of pancreatic enzyme products which will help deal with existing cat digestion problems while also helping to prevent future conditions from developing.
For cats who are suffering from a more serious hairball problem, we have Cat Malt which can assist with the removal of existing hairballs, while our Nurish-UM Cat Paste and Yumega Cat Oil are both supplements which provide your cat with the essential vitamins and minerals they need. For cats who suffer from diarrhoea, our Peridale 100mg capsules can help their digestive system return to normal as quickly as possible. When it comes to cat digestion and care, cat owners need to look no further than our extensive range of top quality cat and kitten care products.
Regularly grooming your cat is another way that you may be able to reduce the likelihood of cats suffering from hairballs. To groom your cat effectively please see the range of grooming products available.
With regular use of our cat digestion aids, pet owners help ensure that their feline friends are happy and comfortable.
Should you at any time be concerned about the health of your animal you should consult your vet as soon as possible.