Thursday, April 23, 2015

Raving About Rejeneril

During the time of Tara's various health issues, I came to rely a great deal on supplements. In addition to traditional medicine and a great deal of TLC, I strongly believe that they helped us to have many more months together than her vets originally predicted.

Up until recently I hadn't given much thought to how supplements could benefit a young, healthy cat like Truffles, so when I was contacted by Rejeneril about doing a possible pet supplement review, I was intrigued. I would never give any pet of mine a supplement without doing my homework, so I read everything I could find on the company's website and the opinions of my fellow pet bloggers and in no time at all I felt comfortable giving it to Truffles.

Here's what I learned:

Rejeneril is a patented and veterinarian-recommended supplement designed to help your pets live a longer, happier, healthier life. You can use Rejeneril with any pet — your cat, your dog, your horse, or any other type of mammal — to help protect against the effects of aging. It is completely safe and non-toxic as a supplement. Young or old, healthy or sick, Rejeneril promises to help your pet build a strong immune system, recover quicker, maintain energy, and slow the negative effects associated with aging.

How does it work? 

Now I'm not a scientist by any stretch of the imagination, so to put it simply, it acts as a cellular regenerator to help your pet recover quicker, and allow for a healthier life on a daily basis. Rejeneril contains a proprietary blend of Palladium Lipoid Acid Complex, along with minerals, vitamins, and amino acids, all of which make it the most powerful cellular regenerating formulas ever created. In addition to Rejeneril donating electrons to cells — benefiting the normal, healthy cells that make up your pet’s body — it also helps bolster your pets immunity, in order to help fight against the early signs of cancer or other diseases.

What benefits can you expect from Rejeneril? 

*Improving health and longevity
*Help build a strong immune system
*Building a foundation for a disease-free life
* Reduce pain from arthritis and join pain
* Help extend your pet’s life

About 2 months ago I started adding one tiny drop to Truffles' food. (Easy-to-follow instructions are included in every box for the amount to add to your pet's food or water based on their size. I went on the low end because she is so small.) I wondered if she would notice the slight odor but her stinky goodness seems to cover it up completely!

Truffles is a healthy, happy, vivacious little tortie. Her fur is shiny and soft as silk, and her appetite and activity levels are great. I want to make sure that I do everything I can to make sure she continues to be the "little miss sassafras" that she is today for as long as possible. With Rejeneril as a part of her daily routine, I feel confident that I am doing something to help make sure that happens.

This is a product that I really wish I had known about when Tara was here. I think it would have been very beneficial to her.

Giveaway: Click on this link for details on how to win a free bottle of Rejeneril. The winner will be drawn on May 7th.

Disclaimer: We received one bottle of Rejeneril from Ultimate Pet in exchange for an honest, unbiased review. Mochas, Mysteries and Meows only shares products that we trust and feel our audience will benefit from learning more about. Rejeneril is not responsible for the contents of this post.


GLOGIRLY said...

We've heard about Rejeneril and have been wondering if any of our friends have tried it. So glad you're liking it! We're wondering if it might be of benefit to IBD kitties. : )

The Island Cats said...

We've seen some dogs using Rejeneri but no kitties so we're glad to see your review. We'll have to check it out.

The Island Cats said...

FYI, when we went to the link to enter, it did not open correctly and we're not sure how to fix it.

Ingrid King said...

I wish there were more studies available on the effects of Rejeneril on cats. It definitely sounds intriguing to me.

pilch92 said...

It sounds like a great product. I may try some for Spooky, he has arthritis and every treat supplement I have tried upsets his tummy- I wonder if this would?

Fur Everywhere said...

Rejeneril definitely sounds interesting. I wonder if it would do something different or more for Carmine than his current arthritis supplement.

Anonymous said...

Sounds interesting. Hope it helps Truffles live a long, healthy life!

Cathy Keisha said...

TW does not want to add anything to my food. I won’t drink water after she tried adding some dental stuff to it so she’s scared to touch my food. I hope Truffles lives to a ripe old age. xoxo

Unknown said...

The link goes to a strange page.
I'd like to know what is in this product.
libbydodd at comcast dot net

Melissa, Mudpie and Angel Truffles (Mochas, Mysteries and Meows) said...

The exact ingredients are: Palladium a-lipoic acid complex, vitamin A acetate, B1 and a riboflavin complex, as well as N-acetyl cysteine, N-formyl methione, B12, molybdenum, rhodium and ruthenium.

As far as the giveaway, I think you just enter in your name and email address. Ultimate Pet is running the giveaway and I'm waiting to hear back to them about making the link a little more user-friendly.

Melissa, Mudpie and Angel Truffles (Mochas, Mysteries and Meows) said...

I'm pretty sure you just enter in your name and email address. Ultimate Pet is running the giveaway and I'm waiting to hear back to them about making the link a little more user-friendly. said...

I just read something that said never eat anything that you can't pronounce- but they weren't talking about vitamins and supplements. This sounds very interesting. After two years of hospice with Gracie and then Tommie, I want to know more to keep Mickey Mouser healthy!

Robin said...

This sounds like a great supplement. One of the best things you can do for yourself or your kitties is support a healthy immune system. It's amazing how many medical problems occur just because of a suppressed or hyper-reactive immune system. It sounds like Truffles is on her way to being a very healthy girl (if she isn't already).
-Purrs from your friends at


That sound like a really good thing to have on hand!

Random Felines said...

That is so interesting

Jeanetta said...

Rejeneril sounds like a great supplement.
The link for the giveaway didn't work for me yesterday, but it is working now. Yay!! :D

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Anonymous said...

Oh Wow we kuld sure use dat. We won a bottle of sumfin' like dat last year sumtime, but they nevew sent it to us. Weez sure hope we win this one.

Luv ya'

Dezi and Lexi

Anonymous said...

Pawently they hacked into ow facebook account cuz they say mommys not old enuff to enter. Course fb has sis Lexi's Meowday listed, and she's not yet 18. Oh well.

Luv ya'

Dezi n Lexi