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Supplements to Help Your Cat After a Surgery

Is your cat feeling weak, sluggish or uncomfortable after a recent surgical operation? Any form of surgery can put an incredible amount of strain on your feline’s physical and emotional well-being. Consequently, it’s critically important to give all of the support and care you can to help them heal and feel well again. Here at Wapiti Labs, it’s our mission to keep your pets healthy and happy regardless of the hardships and stress that they’re experiencing. That’s why we produce some of the most powerful and effective natural pet supplements in the industry. Today we’ll be discussing three of our formulas that can aid your cat in making a full and speedy recovery after surgery.

1. Vital Pet Supplements for Cats

When your favorite feline is healing up after surgery, his or her immune system is fervently resisting and destroying new germs and disease-causing agents that have been introduced to the body. If you neglect to support your pet’s natural defenses, he or she can develop dangerous infections and illnesses. Fortunately, a regimen of high-quality pet supplements can provide your cat with all of the resources it needs to fend off these dangerous invaders.
Wapiti Labs’ Vital Pet Supplement for Cats contains a blend of Elk Velvet Antler and several traditional herbs and plants, including morinda root, chrysanthemum flowers, Lycium fruit and citrus peels. This formula can be used to support and maintain joint flexibility, mobility, liver, kidney and overall health. It’s also been proven to support the immune system and normal blood cell health, making it a perfect way to assist cats that are bouncing back from an invasive procedure by keeping their defenses in top form.

2. Recuperate Herbal Supplements for Cats

Our Recuperate Herbal Supplement for Cats is specifically designed to help cats through the process of natural recovery after being injured or going through surgery. The ingredients within this formula (including Curcuma root, amomum fruit and vegetable glycerine) provide key organic compounds and nutrients that have been utilized in traditional Eastern Medicine for thousands of years to manage discomfort and tissue damage, disperse blood stagnation, maintain a normal disposition and support natural healing and normal recovery time. Most customers purchase this supplement to aid cats that have recently been declawed or spayed/neutered, it naturally supports a healthy recovery.
Caution: You will need to wait three days to two weeks after surgery before giving Recuperate to your cat. Be sure to contact us for more specific information about your pet’s supplement timeline after his or her surgery.

3. GI Tract Herbal Supplement Formula for Cats

Each cat will react differently to certain types of surgeries and anesthesia. It’s not at all uncommon for felines to feel nauseous or struggle with eating properly and keeping their food down for several days after an operation. Maintaining a healthy diet is one of the most important steps in the healing and recovery process, and that’s why it’s imperative to ensure that your cat’s GI tract and stomach can properly digest and utilize his or her food.
Wapiti Labs’ GI Tract Herbal Supplement Formula for Cats contains a variety of natural herbal ingredients (including Agastache herb, Mentha herb and coix seed) that promote optimal digestion and bowel health. This supplement also harmonizes the stomach, soothes and protects the GI tract, helps to maintain contentment during travel and reduces stomach discomfort, making it a great tool for cats that are grappling with digestion problems, food stagnation or vomiting.
Note: Always consult with your veterinarian before starting your cat on any new supplement or medication.

Order Natural Pet Supplements From Wapiti Labs Today

Thank you for taking the time to learn more about our pet supplements. If you have any questions about Wapiti Labs or want more advice on how to support and care for your cat, then don’t hesitate to call or message us today! We’d be happy to provide you with any resources or counsel that you need.

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