UPC: 083851408362 Total Weight: 0.4 lbs (0.18 kg)
Package Format: 3 oz
Contrary to popular belief, a cat grazes on grass not because of an upset stomach or to remove hairballs, but due to the fact it’s looking for the same raw nutrition enjoyed by its healthy and strong ancestors in the wild (it’s the sharp, microscopic barbs on grass that cause internal agitation and vomiting). Experts say cats (and dogs as well) instinctively eat grass to get the active, live nutrients needed for their system for optimum health and performance.
Provides vitamins B1, B2, and B6.
A source of protein and essential minerals.
Contains chlorophyll which can help freshen breath.
Features valuable amino acids and antioxidant Vitamin E.
Contains approx. 113 servings. 3 oz. Container.
Recommended Use: Mix with, or on top of, wet or dry food. If desired, make a paste with water and powder before applying to dry food. Use ¼ teaspoon for and adult cat (slightly less for kittens) once or twice daily.
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My three spoiled, indoor cats LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the taste of Barley Cat. It's green and I was leary about mixing it in with their Wellness canned food. So I tried it out on the one that eats anything. Well, he gobbled it up and I decided that I could give to all three of them the next day. Later that night I heard a raucus but ignored it because they often play at night. In the morning I discovered the bottle with teeth marks and a few punctures in it. I have never seen my cats do that over a powdered supplement. Amazing...and they have stopped licking and grazing on my houseplants.
I wanted to give vitamins to my cat but wasn't sure what, I researched and found Barley Cat. Decided to try it when she was a kitten. I mixed Barley Cat and warm water to her dry food, she ate it! Nine years later, she still eats Barley Cat mixed into her dry food. She may get a hairball once a year. I noticed, when I ran out of Barley Cat, she became listless, seemed tired a lot. Ordered more, as soon as I mixed it in to her food, she became more active.
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