Discovering how to keep your cats teeth healthy is not rocket science. Certainly it may challenge your beliefs. However, if you’re open minded, you’ll quickly see the logic. Then it’s a question of sitting with that knowledge, until you’re comfortable putting it into action.

Just don’t take too long. By looking after your cats teeth naturally, you’ll also be automatically taking care of their gums and supplying them with all their macro minerals IN A NATURAL FORM.

It’s only the macro minerals from a natural source that will not just supply your cats needs, they’ll easily be able to eliminate any they don’t need. They’ll never have excess phosphorus that’s so common in cats fed commercial cat food, because its fortified with indigestible synthetic minerals.

Looking after your cats gums is vital. Mouth inflammation in cats is at epidemic proportions, with gingivitis and stomatitis occurring in younger and younger cats. And the veterinary solutions, if you can call them that, are expensive, traumatic and fail to cure.

Not surprising when you consider that vets are trained by big pharma and big pet food. Thanks to you, these guys have plenty of money to support veterinary schools, as long as they can influence the students.

Why put your cat through such trauma when there are such easy and inexpensive solutions?

Two Aspects At Play In Keeping Your Cats Teeth Healthy

Those lovely spiky teeth need bones to crunch on. The action of crunching on bones scrapes tartar off, massages the gums, keeps the cat mentally happy, (doing what comes naturally to them), and supplies their macro minerals in the perfect proportions in the perfect way for easy digestion and assimililation.

This is what they do in the wild. And wild cats have very healthy mouths. If they didn’t, they would have diet out long ago, as they wouldn’t be ale to eat, let alone hunt.

The bones MUST be raw and the most suitable ones are chicken necks and chicken wings, or any ones of that size – quail, rabbit, duck. The bones of chicken legs are too large. And those necks and wings of the larger factory farmed chickens maybe too large, especially for the smaller breeds, such as Siamese.

The best ones are those from organic or free renge animals, who are normally smaller than their factory farmed cousins. They have a nicer life, too.

The other aspect at play is the condition of the immune system. Without a natural diet of raw meat and bones, all cats will have health issues of varying degrees. Raw meat is very different from cooked meat, which alters the protein and kills the vital enzymes.

Commercial cat food does nothing to keep your cats teeth healthy, or their immune system strong.

Added Bonuses Of A Raw Diet

The quick digestion of raw meat in a carnivore never allows worms to breed out of natural balance. Worming a cat on a raw diet is, for the most part, unnecessary and is largely very harmful.

When a cat has a healthy natural immune system, they don’t develop chronic disease, autoimmune disease, even acute disease at anything like the rate cats fed commercial cat food do, if at all.

It’s a win-win-win situation for your cat, your wallet and your anxiety. Of course, vets don’t like this as they see their profits disappear. However, REAL holistic vets embrace this with gusto, even when it means they lose business. It’s the animals who matter over any profit.

Young kittens take to this diet naturally and with great enthusiasm, often with much growling and protection of their ‘kill’. Older cats can be more difficult to convince as many have become, esentially, junkies.

However, this can be resolved. It can take a bit of time, but time well spent.

The first hurdle is you! Convince yourself, that wild cats fare very well on their natural diet of small prey, crunching up on the very fresh kill, meat, bones, organs. They may leave fur and feathers, heads and feet and intestines. Or not, depending on the availabilty of prey and how hungry they are.

Once you’re convinced, your cat will come round. Cats easily pick up on our intent and resolve. They know us much better than we give them credit for!

Learn to keep your cats teeth healthy the natural way and save, save, save.

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Madeleine Innocent
Madeleine Innocent

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    5 replies to "How To Keep Your Cats Teeth Healthy"

    • Charmaine

      My fur baby is on the BARF diet. It contains grounded bones. Is this sufficient to keep her teeth healthy or does she need to chew on an actual bone intact?

    • Madeleine Innocent

      The ground bones are good for general health and the immune system, but does nothing for the health of the mouth. Crunching up on small, raw bones are essential to keep the teeth clean and the gums healthy.

    • Jean briggs

      I have a rescue cat abandoned by a neighbor who moved. I only feed the cat raw pastured raised meat but he already had gingivitis when I rescued him. He won’t chew on food so I give him fine chopped soft meats. Is there anything I can do for him to improve his teeth health?

    • Jean briggs

      I also want to comment that my rescue cat is allowed outside as much as he wants as he loves the outdoors and has been content to stay within our property. So, he also has that. My husband and I have come to love him dearly and we want him to have the healthiest and happiest life that we can give him.

    • Madeleine Innocent

      You’ve made a great start with your care. But there is a vital part missing, as there often is. He needs to crunch up on small, raw bones. With gingivitis, his mouth will be too sore to do that. I suggest a consultation to get him on treatment that will help his mouth, so then he can eat the bones and prevent it recurring – https://naturalcathealth.com/help-options

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