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Eye Support for Cats

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Eye Support is an eye supplement for cats designed to improve vision, deter cataracts and maintain overall eye health. Including: Vitamin C and E, Omega 3 fatty acids, Astaxanthin, Lutein and more!

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Benefits
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Eye Support for Cats Benefits

IMPROVE EYE HEALTH + VISION

Our eye supplement for cats includes antioxidants to boost vision and support different eye structures. This powdered supplement is perfect for those that are: prone to or experiencing eye diseases such as cataracts in cats, cat conjunctivitis, corneal damage and dry eye or experiencing recurring cat eye infection, loss of vision and ageing.

PROTECT EYE TISSUES

The ingredients used in this supplement are known to protect eye tissues and cells from oxidative damage. This blend features ingredients that are valuable in healthy cat vision.

RETINAL CARE

Includes Omega 3 fatty acids that play an important role in normal function of the retinal photoreceptors.
Our eye supplement for cats includes antioxidants to boost vision and support different eye structures. This powdered supplement is perfect for those that are: prone to or experiencing eye diseases such as cataracts in cats, cat conjunctivitis, corneal damage and dry eye or experiencing recurring cat eye infection, loss of vision and ageing.
The ingredients used in this supplement are known to protect eye tissues and cells from oxidative damage. This blend features ingredients that are valuable in healthy cat vision.
Includes Omega 3 fatty acids that play an important role in normal function of the retinal photoreceptors.

Eye Support for Cats Ingredients

VITAMINS C, E + K1

ROSMARINIC ACID

RUTIN

ASTAXANTHIN

INGREDIENTS PER SCOOP

ACTIVE: Vitamin C 45mg, EPA + DHA 23mg, Grape Seed Extract 17mg, Vitamin E 15mg, Rosmarinic Acid 11mg, Alpha Lipoic Acid 11mg, Green Tea Leaf Extract 9mg, Zinc 6mg, Rutin 5mg, Astaxanthin 1mg, Luetin 1mg, Vitamin K1 100μg. Inactive: Zeolite, Fish Flavour*.

*Suitable for those allergic to fish. Fish flavour is just that... a flavour!

Nutritional Analysis per scoop (1.3g): ME 8.76kJ | Protein 0.13g | Fat 0.06g | Carbohydrates 0.17g | Fiber 0.18g | Salt 0g | Moisture 0.08g | Ash 0.69g

Directions for Dosage

For optimal results, we recommend closely following the recommended dosage according to your cat's weight. Sprinkle your powder on top of your cat's food or mix it in if they prefer.

Cat's Weight Up to 4kgs Over 4kgs
Dosage 1 scoop daily 2 scoops daily
How long will a pouch last?
Weight 60 Scoops 120 Scoops
Up to 4kgs 8 weeks 16 weeks
Over 4kgs 4 weeks 8 weeks
Reviews
FAQs

Absolutely! We made sure that all of our supplements can be used alongside each other without any problems.

Please follow the recommended dosage for each product that you use for optimal results.

You bet! Since all of our supplements are in powder form, we can use it in lots of different ways.

Try starting with just a pinch of powder in your cat's food and gradually build up to the recommended dosage over several days. Every day adding an extra pinch of powder.

You can also try scooping your supplement to your cat's bowl first and adding food on top.

Another suggestion is to try adding their favourite treat!

This varies from cat to cat. Some owners see results within a couple of days, others in a couple of weeks. A factor of this could depend on the severity of their issues; another could be the size of your cat.

Always allow 4-6 weeks before expecting to see improvements in your cat.

There can be several reasons why your cat's eye is watering, including allergies, irritants, cat eye infection or even a blocked tear duct. It's best to consult a vet to determine the exact cause and receive appropriate treatment for your cat's watery eye.

Yes, cat allergies can cause eye swelling in some cases. When a cat comes into contact with an allergen, such as pollen or dust mites, it can lead to an allergic reaction, including symptoms like watery eyes, itching and swelling.

Yes, cats can get conjunctivitis, an inflammation of the conjunctiva (the thin tissue covering the inner surface of the eyelids and the white part of the eye). Conjunctivitis in cats can be caused by viral or bacterial infections, allergies or irritants. It's important to provide proper cat conjunctivitis treatment.

Yes! In the event that your pet isn't our biggest fan or you don't see the results that you were hoping for, you can contact us to take advantage of our 40 day money back guarantee.

Read more about it here.