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HIGHLY EVOLVED NUTRITION FOR HIGHLY EVOLVED CARNIVORES

  • Cat
  • Dog

FOR JASPER.
AND ALL THE OTHER TIGERS IN TULIP CRESCENT.

  • RUNNING SPEED

    10 meters / second

    On average, the running speed of cats is 40km/h (25mph).

    Cats are not very good long-distance runners, they get tired rather quickly. Their greatest enjoyment does not come from running, but in hunting; they are predators above anything else.

  • SENSE OF BALANCE

    Constant spatial awareness of the head's position

    With a very large number of joints in their skeleton, a very mobile spine and over 500 muscles, cats have an astounding sense of balance. When they fall upside down from a great height, they usually manage to land on their feet by first turning their head, then their body.

  • AUDITORY SKILLS

    Can select and locate sounds with great precision

    Cats have an auditory sensitivity clearly superior to that of humans. They can detect sounds with a frequency as high as 30,000 hertz, while humans can hear sounds only up to 20,000 hertz. Cats also have an amazing ability to select sounds, which enables them to isolate one sound among others. Their pivoting ears enable them to pinpoint where sounds come from with great accuracy.

  • AGILITY

    Can jump up to 6 times their own height

    Cats have special features which make them impressively agile: 5 digits on their front paws, only 4 of which touch ground (the rudimentary “thumb” does not), and 4 digits on their hind paws, with pads equipped with an elastic membrane.

FOR JASPER. - AND ALL THE OTHER TIGERS IN TULIP CRESCENT.

FOR FERGUS.
AND ALL THE OTHER WOLVES IN WILLOW CLOSE.

  • RUNNING SPEED

    9 meters / second

    On average, the running speed of dogs is 32km/h (20mph).

    But there are big differences between breeds: in just 3 seconds, the greyhound, the fastest breed of all, can reach a speed of 60km/h (37mph) and even up to 90km/h (56mph)!

  • NASAL CAVITIES

    30 times larger than man's

    Dogs have an extremely sensitive sense of smell. They are constantly sniffing their surroundings with an olfactory efficiency
    10,000 to 20,000 times greater than a human. They can detect a specific smell, even the minutest, among many others, a capacity which is essential for them to locate their prey and hunt it down.

  • FREQUENCY RANGE

    40 to 60 kHz

    Dogs can hear sounds up to 4 times further away than humans. They also hear ultrasounds inaudible to man. Like cats, they can dissociate sounds and have a strong dislike for those which are too loud and strident.

  • FIELD OF VISION

    250 degrees

    Humans have a 110 degree field of vision, while dogs have an extended peripheral vision of 250 degrees! Although dogs distinguish less detail than we do, they are much better at detecting the least sign of movement. They also have good night vision thanks to a light-reflecting surface just behind the retina, which also makes their eyes glow in the dark.

FOR FERGUS. - AND ALL THE OTHER WOLVES IN WILLOW CLOSE.

VETERINARY HPM™ is an advanced low-carb, high-protein formulation specifically designed to support the long-term health and well-being of cats and dogs, the highly evolved carnivores in our own homes.

 

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