The cat Immune system.
Probiotics what are they?
For centuries natives of the Balkan islands have enjoyed extraordinary long and healthy lives. It was eventually determined that their good fortune was, in part, due to the fact that they ingest large quantities of lactobacilli (good bacteria) at every meal.
Without good bacteria, a pet's body would be unable to fight off disease, absorb food properly, and their intestines become overrun with toxins and waste, which set the breeding ground for disease.
For most pets this means they are negatively affecting their bodies' ability to stay healthy on a daily basis.
Probiotics, sometimes called “friendly bacteria,” are beneficial microorganisms that naturally inhabit the digestive system.
Probiotic bacteria in our pets bodies are essential to maintaining good health, as proven by many years of scientific research!
Normally your pets have an abundance of friendly bacteria, but certain circumstances can lead to a depletion of these essential microorganisms.
Unfortunately, every time your pet drinks chlorinated water, eat fatty foods, get stressed or become overly tired, good bacteria is destroyed in their bodies. Even the pet foods we feed our pets to keep them healthy, like meat and poultry can contain antibiotics, further reducing the levels of good bacteria.
A cat weighing 15 pounds needs up to 1/4 pound of beneficial bacteria in its gut to protect against disease and illness!