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Liver: the detox hub
An organ with a lot on its plate


A sick liver will often make itself known through a series of general symptoms: refusal of food, weight loss, dull coat and fatigue can be signs that your cat’s liver isn’t functioning correctly.

The effects of liver diseases are just as varied as the causes. Only a medical examination can determine whether bile is building up, liver tissue is inflamed or fatty deposits are disrupting metabolism within the organ. The dietary measures vary accordingly.

It’s vital to provide as much relief to the liver as possible. Easily digestible proteins and fats can make a significant contribution here. It’s also a good idea to spread the daily feed out over several small portions. And: the food needs to be delicious to make sure that your pet’s appetite comes back!

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If only a little fat and protein are being fed then the ingredients used need to be of an even higher quality.

For cats with liver diseases, regular food intake is the top priority. Highly effective plant extracts such as silymarin, obtained from milk thistle seeds, can protect the sensitive liver cells and support recovery in a natural way

  • Food for cats with liver diseases should be appealing and delicious.

  • Multiple small portions spread over the day complement the natural eating behaviour of the cat and are highly recommended for cases of liver disease.