• Donnington Grove

Clean my teeth, you must be joking

Have you ever tried to clean your cats teeth, well if your cat is like our cat Lady Lulu then it’s impossible. Most of the time she is a quiet cat quite happy to sleep the day away. Try to get close to do anything like look in her mouth and boy she develops additional claws from nowhere, she can wriggle and squirm with the best of them. Before we purchased the Oscar franchise she was fed on a mix of wet and dry food, whenever she went to the vets for her annual injections the vet always mentioned that she was getting a buildup of plaque on her teeth, a risky and very expensive teeth clean by the vets seemed to becoming ever closer. But, then we bought the Oscar franchise and Lady Lulu became an Oscar cat, fed only on Oscar food and nothing else. Now the vet remarks on how healthy her teeth and gums are, so how did we achieve the small miracle? Well, her food is coated with an ingredient called 'Stay Clean' this helps to combat this problem and reduce dental disease in our feline friends, OSCAR have added this ingredient to all of their Adult and Adult  Care cat foods. So what is it? Stay Clean is a specialised source of vitamin C, which is activated when your cat breaks down the kibble in its mouth. The Stay Clean acts with the cat's saliva to help remove tartar and plaque build up. Studies have shown that Stay Clean helps to reduce the development of dental plaque and the formation of tartar. Plaque fact Did you know that around 70% of cats develop dental disease by the time they are three years old? Research in the USA suggests that figure is closer to 80%. A staggering statistic, that could be reduced by just by feeding Oscar cat food. Did you also know that you can feed the average cat on our human grade standard, complete & balanced dried food for as little as £1.99 per week, yes only £1.99 - bargain. All this and delivered free to the door, plus free access to veterinary & nutritional advice from a team of experts. If you would like to know more, then drop our Cockerpoo Racso an email at www.racso.co.uk/contact and he will pass your question onto Lady Lulu who will be only too pleased to help.