“Cats with mobility problems will generally not exhibit symptoms like a dog and recognising joint problems can be difficult. Behavioural changes are a good indicator of pain. Hip dysplasia is common in cats and will often be a cause of pain and decreased mobility. Symptoms to look for include: Reduced movement, reluctance to walk or jump, decreased appetite, urinating and defecating outside the litter box.”

EliteFlex Forte has been specifically formulated for cats to support maintenance of joints and cartilage and support recovery from injury. In addition natural ageing slows down the natural renewal process of the older cat.

EliteFlex Forte’s unique formula supports the cats natural mobility containing:

Branch chain amino acids Valine, Isoleucine & Leucine – These are an energy source for the muscle and the liver, supporting the prevention of oxidative damage to the muscle tissue, improving muscle function and decreasing muscle fatigue.

EliteFlex Forte also contains Taurine which cats do not synthesis adequate amounts of, to meet their body needs.

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Feeding Instructions

Feed each cat individually

*For best results mix well in wet food

Cat: all, 2.5ml (first 30 days)

All cats: 1.5ml (long term)