For Pet Owners Facing Skeletal Injury and Recovery in Cats
Whether disease related or (more likely) injury related, your feline friend may just be unlucky enough to have a serious mobility challenge related to an injury to body, limbs, tail, etc. In such a case you can learn a lot about highly effective help for such matters within this article on finding help for skeletal injury and recovery in cats.
Though not so prone to the substantial level of health issues dogs may face, cats may be more prone to certain other kinds is health issues – especially injuries like being struck by moving vehicles or being abused. We have come across several cases of a cat with a broken tail from contact with a moving vehicle, and various more having had more serious vehicle contact. One such example would be MORRIS.
Providing Nutritional Resources
Regardless of the type of injury a cat may sustain, once it has happened, the question becomes – what can be done to help the BODY with the various challenges related to recovery. Though prescribed items may be helpful with pain or related infection issues, it’s really the job of the body when it comes to restoring and repairing – to whatever degree that may be possible, especially when surgery complicates matters. And, since medicines are not likely to be of help in this endeavor, what IS likely to be of help is maximized NUTRITION. This is where our famous NZYMES® come into play, either the Antioxidant Treats OR the Sprouted Granules.
There is ‘nothing’ like this special “live nutrition” supplement when added to the daily diet, that can give the body the resources it needs to improve its OWN capabilities. It’s akin to ‘taking a daily dose of life’. And, since we’re talking about RECOVERY here, you may want to review SOME EXAMPLES. OR, even better – to get an idea of what ‘recovery’ looks like using such antioxidant support (if you don’t mind looking at Dogs) – you should take some time to review a few of our ‘customer provided’ Recovery Videos, mostly about dogs challenged by paralysis.
On another note, there is that rare case where a cat may be affected by back problems like IVDD, or end up paralyzed from either that kind of condition OR a back injury of. However, it does not matter what the issue is; it only matters how much recovery the body can manage after the damage is done. And, as can be seen with the variety of Videos you were referred to in the above paragraph, people are consistently amazed at what the body of their pet can manage – in the realm of recovery. Only the NZYMES® can provide the resources needed to help facilitate that which the body is designed to accomplish.
Products Recommended for Injury/Recovery Support Challenges in Cats
This 1-Lb size should last cats Over 10-Lbs over 4 months, and smaller cats much longer.
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