Is your cat trying to tell you something?
According to Dr. Gary Richter, one of the top veterinarians in the world, many cats are at risk of serious health issues, but their owners may be missing the warning signs.
"It's an epidemic. 1 out of 3 cats over 10 years old will get cancer," says Dr. Richter. "Even young kittens are at risk. And it's pretty much all due to one thing: food."
According to Dr. Richter—who was recently voted "America's Favorite Veterinarian" and has over 20 years of experience with cats of every shape and size—certain cat foods contain a dangerous chemical that wreaks havoc on our cats' bodies. This, in turn, leads to digestive discomfort, weight gain, joint problems, bladder issues, vomiting, smelly breath and poop, itching, allergies and even early death.
Fortunately, by simply doing one thing to your cat's food, Dr. Richter has seen thousands of cats reverse these troubling conditions. Dr. Richter actually discovered this trick—which anybody can do, right in their kitchen—while trying to improve his own cat Frieda's health.
"It's easy, and you don't need to change your cat's food. It only takes about two minutes a day," Richter said on a call with reporters and industry experts.
Dr. Richter, a world-famous expert in both Western and holistic pet care, says he's found a simple way to improve cat health that anybody can do.
Now, for the first time ever, Dr. Richter has created a short video where he explains everything about the true cause of feline health issues, including how people can naturally fix them on their own, right from home.
The video is presented below by Dr. Richter, free and uninterrupted.
So far, the reviews have been stunning, with viewers saying their cats' health improved in a matter of weeks or even days.
One viewer commented: "This is amazing! If you want your cat to live a long time and be happy, these tips are a godsend. So easy and so important."
Of course, Dr. Richter's announcement was met with some hesitation. We spoke to some veterinary health experts who attended the call, who advised that people keep their expectations realistic.
"This idea is great, and he's a really well respected veterinarian and researcher," said one pet expert in attendance. "But try it first. This is helping a lot of cats, but it's rare that you find one thing that works for everyone."