4CYTE For Cats

We’re excited to announce we now stock the all new 4CYTE™ EPIITALIS® FORTE for Cats! 

This product contains the exclusive active ingredient EPIITALIS®,  and is scientifically proven to repair damaged joints affected by age, injury and arthritis.

4CYTE™ is backed by world-class research and development and offers a money-back customer guarantee.

We’ve had so many success stories with our canine patients using 4CYTE™, we’re very glad we now can offer this product to our cat owners too!

Some of the reason we love this product: 

  • Simple, non-invasive, easy administration – no tableting cats!
  • Addresses symptoms of stiffness and lack of willingness to jump & play
  • Small, cost effective, once-daily dosing
  • Safe for long term use
  • Helps reduce pain and inflammation 
  • Stimulate healthy cartilage production
  • Repairs damaged joints
  • Suppress inflammatory chemicals responsible for poor joint function and pain

If your cat suffers with arthritis, or is recovering from a joint injury or orthopaedic procedure we recommend asking us about how 4CYTE™ might improve your cats quality of life!

One comment on “4CYTE For Cats

  1. Ruth Shillet on

    My precious cat is 15. She has been well
    maintained for three years with monthly laser treatments, Antinol, Dansequin and hemp soft chew. For the past two months she can no longer jump and has difficulty going up and down stairs. She has now been on gabapentin for one month but no better. Is there anything else I can do for her? I can send a video of her going up stairs and walking with her head down if that would help. .


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