Just like humans, our cats can suffer with joint and mobility issues throughout their 9 lives, especially in their more senior years. This is of course something we really wanted to be able to help with, so Cat Nutritionist Ele made sure to design some recipes specifically to help those felines who struggle a little more with their mobility. By eating a diet tailored to their mobility needs, we can get them to zoomies and tree climbing in no time.
So you’re looking for help with… aching joints and mobility issues
The problem – Cat’s joints can encounter many different obstacles over their lives, arthritis and reduced mobility being some of the top issues affecting our little hunters later in life, with swelling and worn down cartilage slowing down their perfect pounce.
Can we help? – YES
How? – All Republic recipes are balanced and complete for our little critters. By letting us know that your cat has joint issues during your online sign up quiz, we can tailor a feeding plan that contains a great amount of Omega 3 and minerals which will really help to support good mobility and healthy bones. We can’t recommend a mixed diet enough to tackle joint issues (you just can’t get away from those kibbles), as well as chatting to your vet to see whether adding supplements to your furbaby’s diet to even further improve their lifestyle.
Testimonial – ‘She is now eating properly, she is running around more and seems genuinely healthier.’ Debbie & Lola
If you have any more questions on how we can help with your cat’s joints and mobility, drop us a message over to [email protected] or visit our exclusive Facebook Community for tonnes of helpful advice from our citizens themselves.
To sign up to the Republic and try our Taster Box – 28 meals for just £5 – click here
By Lois Roberts