by Janet Angel, PhD
Due to domestication, cats (as well as dogs and horses) lose the benefit of consuming live enzymes in their natural diet. Cats in the wild consistently eat “live” foods such as chickens and eggs, bunnies, squirrels, fish, birds, bird eggs, and mice, along with some grasses and other vegetation.
These live sources of foods contain rich nutrients as well as naturally occurring enzymes to help the prey animal (your cat) digest its meal. Interesting that bunnies graze on grasses and other fresh vegetation, birds eat a variety of fresh produce and seeds and small nuts, fish eat vegetation and other smaller water life like bugs, and algae, chickens eat grains, and squirrels eat vegetables, seeds and nuts. All of the live foods that these animals eat naturally contain digestive enzymes that help to break down the proteins, fats, carbohydrates, and vegetable fibers found in them. Each animal also produces its own set of enzymes that enable it to breakdown a meal natural to its species.
It is quite common to hear about domestic cat owners who have cats that suffer from various digestive troubles. Cats today are forced to eat a domesticated diet of canned foods and dried kibble; unlike their ancestors that roamed the wild. Because we have denatured their food sources, cats (and dogs and horses) have been robbed of the necessary elements that provide better absorption of nutrients.
Just like people, cats are often finicky, not because they are temperamental, but because their brain is telling them that the food is insufficient for their needs. During any type of stressful situation, your cats digestion will suffer because enzyme production drops. Due to insufficient digestive enzymes millions of cats in this country suffer from some form of malnourishment. When a feline is not getting all of the nutrients it needs to live a healthy life, its body will begin to fail in some way.
See your vet regularly and feed them the very best diet possible. Also be sure that they get enough exercise, companionship, fresh water, a clean litter box, and include RITEZYME Digestive Enzymes as part of their daily regime!
RITEZYME Digestive Enzymes for Cats includes all of the enzymes necessary to help your favorite feline breakdown its food into microparticles that become the building blocks of health. Your cat will absorb more vitamins, minerals and other nutrients from every bite if you sprinkle RITEZYME Digestive Enzymes right on your pet’s food.
RITEZYME will help your cat’s digestive system function at a better capacity. Pet owners who add RITEZYME to their cat’s meals have found that their cats appear healthier overall. When a cat is robbed of needed nutrients it may begin to show signs such as dull coat, skin conditions, allergies, eye, nose, or ear problems. It may be more susceptible to illnesses both acute and chronic.
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