This is Cross, and he just had some of the best food he’s had in his life – Supreme Source® Pet Food.
This post was sponsored by Supreme Source as part of an Ambassador Program for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
Cross is now officially 8 months old and is as much a member of my family, just as my human children are. When we made the “resolution” this year to eat healthier, it also included my pets. While we would occasionally buy organic products, this year we made the decision to ONLY buy organic products. While I could go to the supermarket and pick out what I want to eat, Cross can’t do the same. It’s commonly said that cats have nine lives, however I want Cross to never ever lose any of those. I want him to live a full healthy life with my family. Cross had been showing signs of “food boredom”, it’s where he ignores the food in his bowl because he had been eating the same thing over and over again. I was also worried that the food that he ate wasn’t as wholesome as I thought it was as well, that’s why my decision to take the Supreme Source® Pet Detox Challenge was made. However, when you’re deciding on switching your cat’s food, you should do it gradually. Here are 3 easy ways you protect your cat’s digestive health, and I’ll share some info on how you can start the detox process for your own pet as well.
1. Feed them high quality food
One of the first things you should do is improve the quality of food that you’re feeding your cat. Not only will it improve their wellbeing, but it will also ensure that they live a full, healthy and happy life as well. I naturally worry about what ingredients are included in my cat’s food, and hate seeing fillers and artificial colors included. With Supreme Source® the worry is gone. It is a premium grain-free, superfood diet that’s packed with healthy enzymes and prebiotics to cleanse and rejuvenate, inside and out. There is no grain and no artificial colors or flavors. There’s a healthy blend of fruits and veggies, which gives my pet the protein, potassium, vitamins and minerals that he needs.
2. Filter their water
Water is essential not just for you, but your pets as well, as it’s beneficial to their kidneys. However, we don’t know all the impurities that comes through our tap water, from the chemicals added to purify your water to contamination from other outside sources, and it’s not all good for our cats. Attaching a filter to your tap is not only less expensive, but also a great option to provide your cat with water.
3. Have them exercise daily
Just like we need exercise, so do our pets. It helps to maintain their weight, reduce obesity, improves their blood circulation, and keeps them toned and strong. Having a cat jungle gym or interactive toys is something that you can invest in for your cat. Cross is still a kitten and loves chasing anything around, and he can be seen at times chasing Madison around the house while she drags some yarn.
So I spoke about how you can go about detoxing your cat, and it’s really not as difficult as you think. I decided to purchase the Supreme Source® Whitefish Meal & Salmon Meal Dry Cat Food at my local Safeway. As you can see from the very first photo shared, Cross LOVED it, and he’s as picky as picky can be.
It’s as simple as substituting a bit of his food with the Supreme Source® cat food each day, for 10 days until he’s only eating Supreme Source® cat food. Supreme Source® offers an informational tool to make it easy to switch your pets food. It’s been only a few days and so far the transition has been effortless. I feel great about the detox process and for once Cross has been a bit more active. He’s no longer just sitting around waiting for the day to pass him by.
This March and April, start your own 10-day detox challenge with your own pet and improve their mind, body and soul. Supreme Source® is available for both dogs and cats so dog owners aren’t left out. Sign up for your pet’s 10-day detox day and receive a free bag of Supreme Source® pet food (up to $9.99 value, while supplies last). You’ll also receive daily emails with tips and instructions to a better relationship with your pet.
Now is the time to better pet health!