Are you searching for ways on how to clean your cats teeth? Then I invite you to watch this video.
You’ve probably arrived here because you’re searching for ways on how to clean your cat’s teeth.
When most people think about cleaning teeth, they automatically think about a tooth brush and tooth paste. And that’s fine for us, but for a cat? Won’t it stress them? Will they even let us?
Some might, but I’m not sure many comply willingly. You might have to wrap them in a towel. They’ll probably struggle and hiss and swear at you. You can’t do anything with that going on.
Yet this is a really important issue.
I’ve always lived with cats. They were always part of my family as I grew up. And I’ve never been without a cat or three in my adult life. So I’ve seen a fair bit of the problems they can have. And dirty teeth and/or infected gums seem to be a given in the average domestic cat today. Even when they do have their teeth cleaned regularly. This means learning how to clean your cat’s teeth is essential to their general health.
Once the mouth becomes infected, veterinary treatment is generally unhelpful and can be very expensive. Antibiotics, steroids and finally extraction are all that are offered and your cat can still have a problem after all that.
As a natural health practitioner, I wanted to know what the cause was. Drugs may help in the short term, but unless you know what the cause is, it’ll keep coming back.
So I did some research. What I discovered made perfect sense. I tried it out on my long suffering cats. Not without difficulty, I might add. In fact, I did wonder if I was doing the right thing a few times, as I had no one to bounce my experiences off. But I was also determined.
The answer lies in getting your cat to clean their own teeth. No, not with a tooth brush (the mind boggles at that idea)! But with the food you feed them. And no, it’s not kibble.
Although I realised that the solution was relatively easy, convincing a cat that this is the way to go from now on, can be difficult. A battle of wills can ensue. Who gives in? If you do, the problem remains. But cats can be very stubborn and are good at making us feel guilty.
I’d love to teach you how to clean your cat’s teeth, how to convince them that this is the way to go, as well as to support you through the process.
In addition to what I teach you about keeping your cat’s teeth healthy, there’s a spin-off – they become healthy overall. This means less visits to the vet. And you know how expensive they can be.
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Feel free to come over to my website and learn more about keeping your cat’s teeth and general health in peak condition, naturally, so you don’t have to keep taking them a vet.
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