Barley Cat (3 oz)
Brand: Green Foods Corporation
Size: 3 oz
SKU #: GF0033 - UPC Code: 8385140836
Barley Cat 3 oz by Green Foods Corporation.
Barley Cat is a barley grass supplement that contains active enzymes, vitamins C & E, beta-carotene, amino acids, chlorophyll, proteins and essential trace minerals.
Regular use promotes healthy skin and coat, freshens breath, improves energy levels - especially among senior cats.
Powdered Barley Grass Juice. Made with Organic Young Barley Leaves. Complete Vegetable Nutrients.
Give your cat maximum health with great tasting super green nutrition. Barley Cat is the original "green" supplement made from juice of organic young Barley grass with a taste cats love.
Powdered Juice from Young Barley Grass, Maltodextrin, Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate, Hydrolyzed Poultry Liver, Dried Yeast, Ground Brown Rice, Lactose, Taurine, Soybean Oil, Garlic, Mixed Tocopherols.
Does Not Contain:
Pesticides, Chemical Fertilizers.
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 1/4 teaspoon for an adult cat (slightly less for kittens) once or twice daily.
Keep lid tightly closed after opening. Store in a cool, dry place. Keep out of reach of children.
Contrary to popular belief, a cat grazes on grass not because of an upset stomach or to help 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 reportedly causes internal agitation and vomiting). Experts say cats (and dogs as well) instinctively eat grass to get the active, live nutrients needed by their system for optimum health and performance. Help your furry friend get what it needs naturally with Barley Cat, made from fresh barley grass-grown without pesticides or chemical fertilizers, poultry, liver, nutritional yeast, brown rice, taurine and garlic. Barley Cat isn't designed to stop your pet from grazing in all cases, but it will provide what attracts him or her to grass and potentially toxic houseplants in the first place.