The pet food industry is a billion dollar per year gig; Consumers spend their disposable income on products ranging from gourmet food to hoodies for their animals and everything in between, but I wonder, do they know the value nutrition plays in the overall health and well-being of their furry, four-legged friends?
Say what you will about supplements, but I believe in them. Not just for myself, but for my animals as well. Case in point: I’ve mixed The Missing Link into my cat’s wet food for just about the past twelve years, and, I can actually see the difference the supplement makes in her health when she ingests it versus not.
She has a shinier, softer coat; her eyes don’t accumulate the crusty eye loogies the way some cats do as seen so often in Persians or Persian mixes; and her overall energy level is noticeable. By the way, the cat in question is fifteen years old and I’ve had her since she was a tiny kitten.
Designing Health, Inc., the maker of Missing Link, targets the nutritional gap between what nature provides and what is available in commercial foods, including:
Balanced Omega 3 & 6 to maintain healthy skin and coat
Omega fatty acids to support intercellular health for absorption of fat soluble vitamins, and to maintain energy levels
Dietary fiber to promote a healthy digestive system
Phyto (plant) nutrients to support general health and nutrition
The full list of ingredients is as follows:
A healthy cat is a happy cat with longevity!