I personally take chlorella which is a single celled algae which has been called a 'super food', and eleuthero is Siberian Ginseng which may also support the body by helping the liver detoxify harmful toxins. I figured it couldn't hurt them to try it, and to say I was intrigued about why they thought cats would eat it.
During the email exchange, I dropped one of my chlorella tablets and Jack ate it, so when my questions were answered I said sure, why not.
It arrived last week.
|What was in the box that showed up|
|what was in the bag|
|the wafers & Jack - always around when there might be food which to him is ALWAYS|
|sniff sniff sniff|
|I don't know if you can see it, but it is just hanging from his lips|
|so I tossed it on the floor - and no takers|
|So I broke it up into pieces. It breaks pretty easily but leaves LOTS of debris on your hand|
|This pretty much sums up The Crew's opinion|
Rejuv-A-Wafers aid in purifying your pets' body of dangerous toxins and chemicals, helping to improve overall appearance, health and well-being. The benefits of Rejuv-A-Wafers come from a blend of an abundance of beta-carotene, chlorella, (a whole food green algae) and eleuthero, a natural energy-boosting herb..Rejuv-A-Wafers are used and recommended by America’s top breeders and veterinarians because the product is not loaded with artificial flavors and fillers. Your pets will love the delicious, wholesome flavor, and you will love your pet's visible good health.
Well you can see the marketing spin in over time here. Your pet's body doesn't just have toxins, they have "dangerous" toxins. Since this product is recommended by "America's top breeders" conveniently unnamed, and "veterinarians" again unnamed, you would think that is a good thing, but if you notice, they don't recommend it because of what is in it, but what is not. And seven cats over here, and not one of them thought the flavor was delicious .. and since they aren't all in to wholesome for their treats, I can't really attest to that.
But I can tell you I brought the second sample pack into work and gave it to a co-worker who has dogs. She said her dogs LOVED them, and she was happy that it was Made in Japan (again not really sure what exactly is made in Japan but that label is on the box) and not in China, and happily took the box to give it to them.
Summery: One human shrug and seven paws down.