Triple-action calming supplement for cats who are stressed or nervous.
YuCALM Cats is a premium natural supplement for stressed or nervous cats. This unique combination of scientifically proven ingredients helps to reduce stress and support a calm and happy cat. A complete formula – that’s suitable for long & short-term use.
- Helps reduce stress
- Supports calm behaviour
- Eases anxiety
- A complete formula to support a calm and happy cat
- Scientifically proven ingredients
HELPS REDUCE STRESS
Lemon balm is scientifically proven to work on Gamma-Aminobutyric acid (GABA) levels which are responsible for reducing excitability in the central nervous system. Increased GABA helps the cat feel more relaxed, easing stress and encouraging calm behaviour.
L-Tryptophan is an amino acid that is metabolised into serotonin in the brain and proven to decrease stress related behaviours.
SUPPORTS CALM BEHAVIOUR
This amino acid is typically found in green tea. It offers natural calming properties by supporting the cat’s production of calming neurotransmitters serotonin and GABA. It also supports production of dopamine, which maintains levels of hormones responsible for happiness. L-Theanine is included in YuCALM Cat to boost relaxation and attention, which helps to promote happiness and confidence.
B Vitamins: B1, B3, B6, B9, B12
B vitamins support healthy nerves and brain function, reducing excitability and improving concentration.
Fish Protein Hydrolysate
Our special blend of natural fish protein hydrolysate supports the cat’s brains helping calming signal find the right spot. It also supports GABA and dopamine levels.
Small cats (under 4kg) – 1/2 capsule daily
Average cats (4-5kg) – 1 capsule daily
Large cats (over 5kg) – 2 capsules daily
If your client’s cat is taking more than one YuCALM Cat capsule a day, we recommend spreading the daily recommendation throughout the day. Feed it as a treat or add to their food at mealtimes.
We understand that every cat is different and because of this results may vary. You should see effects within the first week, however we recommend giving YuCALM Cat for a minimum of 3 weeks initially with the best results seen in 8 weeks.
YuCALM Cat is available in a 60 sprinkle capsule pack. Simply twist and pull the capsule to open it then sprinkle and mix with the cat’s food.
EACH CAPSULE PROVIDES:
- 62.5mg L-Tryptophan
- 15mg Lemon balm
- 50mg L-Theanine
- 30mg Fish protein hydrolysate
- 3.36mg Vitamin B1
- 3.15mg Vitamin B3
- 3.22mg Vitamin B6
- 42mcg Vitamin B9
- 5.2mcg Vitamin B12
Lemon balm (5%)
Fish protein hydrolysate (9%)
|YuCALM Daily Recommendation Chart|
|YuCALM Cat Client Leaflet|
|YuCALM Veterinary Product Detailer|
What age can this product be used from?
We recommend using this product in cats over 10 months old, as the neuronal pathways are fairly developed by this age. The first year of life is particularly important for socialisation, as well as habituation.
Can YuCALM Cat be given during pregnancy or lactation?
We do not recommend using this product in pregnant or lactating queens. We have not specifically studied this product in pregnancy/lactation for ethical reasons, so cannot recommend use.
Can YuCALM Cat be given to cats with kidney disease?
YuCALM Cat is in a sprinkle capsule, so there is no tablet binder present. This means this is a phosphate free product, and can be given to cats with CKD.
Can YuCALM Cat be given to cats with heart problems?
There are no known contraindications using YuCALM Cat in cats with heart problems. Use in ill or debilitated cats has not been specifically studied, so we advise using the product with precaution and monitor the level of effect of the product and underlying condition closely.
Can YuCALM Cat be given alongside other calming products?
The product can be given with pheromones, but interactions with other calming products or medications have not been specifically studied. Caution and monitoring is advised if the cat is on other products working on the neurotransmitter pathways, as there may be some additive or synergistic effects.
Why is there L-Tryptophan in this product, and not in YuCALM Dog?
There is more scientific evidence to support its use in cats than dogs.