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Aktivait Capsules for Cats (Pack of 60) - From £35.48
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Aktivait Capsules for Cats (Pack of 60)

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Manufacturer: VetPlus



Aktivait Capsules for Cats is the first supplement to combine all nutrients necessary for sustaining optimum brain function during the ageing process.

As cats grow older the brain can become damaged by free radicals which can cause biological and physical damage to the brain tissue.

This can lead to behavioural changes such as disorientation, inappropriate vocalisation, loss of litter box training, irregular sleep patterns and reduced/altered interaction.

Aktivait could, therefore, make a big difference to the quality of life of your older cat

Each Capsule Contains:
DHA 12.5mg, Lecithin 7.5mg, Curcuma longa/Lecithin 12.5mg, Vitamin B6 0.75mg, Vitamin B12 0.0075mg, Folic Acid 0.25mg, Selenium (Selenomethionine) 0.02mg, Vitamin E 5IU, Vitamin D3 20IU

Brown Rice Flour, Porcine Gelatine, Algal Oil, Dried Manioc, Magnesium Stearate, Maltodextrin, Salt, Calcium Carbonate, Fructose

Analytical Constituents:
Crude Fat 15.5%, Crude Protein 10.8%, Ash 3.6%, Crude Fibre 2.4%

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Lisa Bradley
July 2021

My 12 year old cat has been showing signs of mental decline and this was recommended by our vet.However, I can't get him to take the capsules for love nor money! Too big and stressful to administer orally and when opened and sprinkled into his food he refused to touch it! I would so love for these types of things to really be 'tasty' or 'easy to give' as they are often described.