The Missing Link, Ultimate Feline Formula for Cats, 6 oz (170 g)
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|Combo Discount:||- $2.00|
- Powder Formula · Average 90 Day Supply
- The Original
- Patented · Veterinarian Formulated
- Balanced Omega 3 & 6
- A Food Supplement for All Breeds of Cats
- Commonsense Nutrition Validated by Modern Science
- Formerly Feline Formula
- Healthy Skin and Coat
- Sustained Energy Levels
- Healthy Liver Function & Immune System
- Normal Weight
- Healthy Digestive System
- Soft Tissue, Muscle, Tendon & Ligament Function
The Missing Link Ultimate Feline Formula targets the nutritional gap between what nature provides and what is available in commercial foods. Our proprietary, patented cold-processing method ensures the freshest delivery of precious omega 3 fatty acids.
This unique synergistic blend of the highest quality ingredients combines:
- Balanced Omega 3 and 6 to maintain healthy skin and coat.
- Omega fatty acids to support intercellular health, for absorption of fat soluble vitamins, and to maintain energy levels.
- Dietary fiber to promote a healthy digestive system.
- Phyto (plant) nutrients to support general health and nutrition.
Your cat will love it and you'll love the result! Robert M. Collett D.V.M.
Feeding Instructions: Add the Missing Link to your cat's diet according to its weight. Due to the high fiber content, start with small amounts and gradually increase to the recommended level over the course of a week or two.
|Weight of Animal||Amount / Teaspoons|
|Kittens up to 5 lbs.||1/4|
|10-12 lbs. (avg. size)||3/4|
|Over 12 lbs.||1|
|"This product is intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only."
6 oz. is approx. a 3-month supply for an average size cat.
Refrigerate after opening
Ground flaxseed, rice bran, primary dried yeast, cane molasses, freeze dried beef liver, sunflower seed, dehydrated alfalfa meal, dried carrot, ground beef bone, dried fish solubles, freeze dried oyster, ground barley grass, dried kelp, zinc methionine complex, lecithin, niacin (vitamin B3), pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6), garlic, taurine, yucca schidigera extract, riboflavin (vitamin B2), thiamine hydrochloride (vitamin B1), folic acid and vitamin B12 supplement.
No Preservatives · No Artificial Colorings or Flavors
Store in a cool, dry place.
Use within 90 days of opening.
Represents minimum levels per 3/4 tsp. (2.25 g)
unless otherwise stated:
|Crude Protein (min.)||20%|
|Crude Fat (min.)||28%|
|Crude Fiber (max.)||15%|
|Linoleic Acid (an Omega 6) (min.)||100 mg|
|*Linolenic Acid* (an Omega 3) (min.)||250 mg|
|*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO cat food nutrient profiles.|
For an extremely picky cat
Posted by 5064402881097395309 on Feb 17, 2017
I was worried my cat wasn't getting the right nutrients since she developed sensitivities to store bought food and would eat nothing but boiled chicken breast. After almost 2 months of her chicken meat diet, I decided to go with Missing Link since my vet sister said she'd heard of the brand. Out of the bag, this looks and smells like ground flaxseed and I was half expecting her not to even try it. I mix 1/4 tsp with a small amount of wet food (the strong-smelling kind) and she laps every last bit up with no complaints. I make sure to feed this to her before giving her the usual to make sure she eats all of it. Now I can have peace of mind that my cat is getting the right nutrients she needs.
My cats liked it. Wish there was no garlic in it
Posted by hotdogtopus on Jan 28, 2017
I'm always looking for additional nutrition for my cats because cat food where I live does not have to meet specific standards for pets. My cats quickly got used to the powder, but the first few ingredients are plants and sugar. I guess as a supplement and not the primary food, it's okay, but I really don't like that there is garlic in the supplement and I'm not sure why they put that in there unless cats can eat garlic now. Overall, it's a bit expensive.
It iS a missing link !
Posted by 4783751787203203516 on Jan 23, 2017
Since I give my kitties this powder they're much more vital for their 13 1/2 and 16 1/2 years of age. Can recommend it very much.
Happy with the result
Posted by 5029029208962674226 on Jan 18, 2017
The cat with atopic Allergy . Gets this complex about a month with food, as a result, improvement of the skin, gone was the redness of the ears, muzzle, was itchy, the cat is no longer a comb to blood and strongly lick themselves, hair began to look healthier, there was a shiny, bald patch on neck and hind legs became overgrown. While pleased with this drug , will stay the course.
Excellent Feline Product
Posted by 4633886092286966982 on Dec 21, 2016
We have been using Missing Link for our three cats since they were 6 months of age. They are now approaching 10 years of age. All three cats have been healthy, and are at excellent weights, with shiny hair coats. They still play like they did when they were kittens. We mix their individual portions of Missing Link in a small amount of canned food each evening, and all three readily clean up their portion. We wouldn't be without this product!