The old saying "You are what you eat" applies to our cats as well as ourselves. In recent years there has been an increasing trend towards the use of dry convenience foods which may help us in our busy lives but seldom satisfies the cat's requirements. We advocate the use of as natural a diet as possible, utilising fresh meat, fish, vegetables and access to fresh water. Its already been identified that left to their own devices many cats will seek out plants and herbs to help deal with digestive upsets. Obviously herbs alone cannot rectify the effects of a poor diet, lack of exercise, obesity or more serious health issues, and if you have any concerns about your cat's health you should seek Veterinary advice immediately. However by using herbs as part of your pet's diet you can help support a healthy digestive system from top to bottom.

Hilton Herbs - we'll always have the Natural Answer

"Cats always seem so very wise, when staring with their half-closed eyes. Can they be thinking "I'll be nice, and maybe she'll feed me twice?"

Bette Midler

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