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Excessive Shedding

excessive shedding in cats

My Cat is Shedding So Much!

Excessive cat shedding is not normal, although common. The shedding of hair is a normal function for cats. Cat hair grows in cycles with old hair being pushed out in the mature phase and new hair replacing it. If the process seems to be not functioning properly there could be a few culprits.

Possible Causes

  1. 1. Hormonal imbalances in cat
  2. 2. Cat has impaired thyroid function
  3. 3. Cat has a vitamin deficiency
  4. 4. Parasites
  5. 5. Digestive stress

To recognize excessive cat shedding, look for when your beautiful furry cat begins to look like a hairless breed (though we love them too), or if your couch seems to be covered in fur.

How to Reduce Shedding in Cats

  1. 1. Essential fatty acids (Omega-3) can help to balance hormone levels and address other causes of too much shedding.
  2. 2. Vitamins and antioxidant compounds like beta-carotene, bioflavonoids, vitamins C and E, selenium, and sulfur-containing amino acids, which will help to provide the nutrients needed to support all functions.
  3. 3. Support the digestive process with supplemental enzymes.To make a long story short, your cat likely isn't getting enough natural enzymes in his diet. This enzyme deficiency forces him to rob enzymes from metabolic processes and burden the pancreas for the high-priority of digestion. Over time, the stress caused from this process takes its toll on your cat's coat.

Natural Supplements for Cats That Shed Too Much

When your cat is shedding excessively, it is an opportunity to improve the overall health of your cat and remove stress on the body that causes too much shedding. The following products are recommended for cats with profuse shedding or skin conditions:

1. Give your cat Spectrin™ antioxidant and nutrition liquid.
The key nutrients in Spectrin were selected to help cats with vitamin deficiencies that cause excessive shedding. Spectrin has been effective with helping cat owners to improve their cat's skin, coat, and shedding problems. Other ingredients help protect against allergies, skin issues, and other stresses that affect your cat.

2. Use Celavin Omega-3 Fish Oil.
Essential fatty acids help to balance hormonal levels and inflammation, among the other benefits of omega-3 fish oil.

3. Add Enzyme Miracle® to his meal.
Remove the stress from the digestive process in the modern cat diet and lifestyle. Enzyme Miracle will help your cat to absorb more key nutrients from his/her meal, and take the burden off the pancreas and leave metabolic enzymes unharmed in the digestive process.

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* Disclaimer: The entire contents of this website are based upon the opinions of the site owner, unless otherwise noted. The information on this website is not intended to replace a one-on-one relationship with a qualified health care professional and is not intended as medical advice. It is intended as a sharing of knowledge and information from the research and experience of our experts and community. We encourage you to make your own health care decisions for your pet based upon your research and in partnership with a qualified veterinarian or health care professional.

Disclaimer: Individual results may vary from animal to animal. It is your responsibility to discuss this information with your vet and make sure it is appropriate for you pet's health. The information is not a substitute for an examination, checkup, or treatment when your pet has a health problem.