Companionship for Animal Life
Cats are human companions, and the part they play as they accompany us through life is growing in significance. Keeping this close relationship healthy is not just an obligation to our animal companions, but it also protects humans from the transmission of disease pathogens. Increasingly, animal lovers are coming to expect the same quality of health care for their four-legged friends that they can claim for themselves. The demands placed on animal health and medical care are rising. We respond to these demands with new innovations guided by Science for a Better Life.
The independent companion
Cats are increasing in popularity as companions in the home. Cuddly and stubborn at the same time, cats have their own special charm.
Your cat will be grateful and reward you if you help maintain its health. Cats that are free from pathogens are also the best protection for yourself and your family as some diseases, such as zoonoses, are transmitted from cats to humans.
Pets for Aging: Companion Animals & the Health of Older Persons
Studies show that pet owners have significantly lower cholesterol and blood pressure levels than non-pet owners.