SEE A VISIBLE DIFFERENCE

INAPPETENCE STUDY RESULTS:

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84%

of cats studied for inappetence gained or maintained weight

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70%

of participants agreed that cats became excited and consumed the majority of Churu Vet when given

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2/3rds

cats studied improved their body condition score

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72%

of cats had noticeably decreased stress levels in new environments when administered Churu Vet

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77%

of cats exhibited positive changes in appetite after consuming Churu Vet

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100%

of the 13 cats that were completely inappetent prior to the study transitioned to eating solid food by the conclusion

 

INAPPETENCE

Over the course of four weeks, 96 cats were given three tubes of Churu Vet daily on top of their normal food and water offerings. Throughout the study, the cats were monitored for gaining or maintaining weight and showing positive changes in eating habits such as appetite, eating schedule and quantity consumed. Participants were asked to observe and document the following criteria for each cat in the study.

Before starting the study:

  • Weight at the beginning of the study in pounds and ounces

  • Body Condition Score (1-5) view chart

  • Physical appearance and current eating habits

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Throughout the study:  

  • Weekly weight in pounds and ounces 

  • Noticeable physical changes 

  • Eating habits and frequency of meals

  • Quantity consumed during each meal

3

After the study:

  • Final weight in pounds and ounces

  • Final Body Condition Score (1-5) view chart

  • Final notes and observations

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Most of my study cats would refuse all food given except the Churu Vet. In the past, getting cats over their illnesses or injuries was hindered by poor immune response due to malnutrition. Having a product like Churu Vet is extremely helpful to get nutrition into the cats to promote faster healing. Most had little or no weight loss and started eating regular food faster than past cats who did not get Churu Vet. 

-St Clair County Animal Control