Elura (capromorelin oral solution) for Cats, 20 mg/mL, 15 mL

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If your feline friend suffers from chronic kidney disease and needs help with weight loss, then ask your veterinarian about Elura (carpromorelin oral solution) for Cats. This oral solution is indicated for weight loss management in cat companions, specifically those with chronic kidney disease. It is suitable for all life stages and has a palatable vanilla flavor.

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7 Customer Reviews



Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Hoshi on Apr 12, 2022

Increases appetite

Helps my 17 year old cat who has hyperthyroidism eat more. I know he’s nearing the end but I want to keep him as comfortable as possible. He absolutely hates the taste but it’s easy to squirt down his throat with the dropper. He’s definitely eating better.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By OakleysMom on Jan 5, 2022

meh...maybe it'll work for your cat

I give this only one star because it does not seem to stimulate my cat's appetite - but who knows, maybe it is just my cat! This is the second attempt at such a product with my cat. The first was a topical that was applied to his ear; this is of course a liquid administered orally - in neither instance did it increase my cat's appetite... so it's just sitting on my countertop not being used now.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By supplements on Feb 26, 2022
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Stimulates drooling that's about it

Haven't seen a change in my cat's appetite. If anything, it's a turn off since she starts drooling the elura and goes hide for hours. Would not recommend at all!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Mike on Dec 10, 2021

Works for both cats

I have two 15 y/o CKD cats. They didn't like the taste, so I put 0.1ml in an empty gel capsule & use a pill popper. They start eating about 20-30 minutes after giving the meds, but it doesn't last long. After a week, I'll weigh them to see how it went. If necessary, I'll give a second daily dose or use a larger capsule for a higher dose. Side effects are a little bit of vocalization in one cat & a perhaps a little lethargy in the other.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Elliotmom on Dec 29, 2021

This works

Our elderly cat with mild IBD also developed CRF and his liver values went wonky. Even with x3 weekly fluids he began losing appetite and weight. One week on this and he is eating like a champ and pooping like a German Shepard. While his activity is still low and he sleeps most of the day — he will be 20 in March — he is happy and his quality of life is excellent.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Cynthia on Nov 14, 2021

Works well

My 16 year old feline had not been eating or drinking as she should. Her weight was steadily declining. I had become very worried about her as she was somewhat dehydrated also. Her vet recommended that I try giving her .4 ml of Elura daily. I'm so glad I decided to try it. She is doing so much better now and has gained a pound back already. Her coat and overall appearance is much better as well.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Michiko on Jul 20, 2021

Appetite stimulant

Keiko, our 16-year-old Seal Point Rescue, was diagnosed with chronic renal disease. She required fluid. Her reaction to Cerenia tablets was scary. Bringing her to the vet for Cerenia injections and fluid became very stressful for her. Doing them at home was stressful for me. Our vet agreed to try this new product, Elura. She said that dogs did well with Entyce. Her dosage was 0.4 ml which produced a bit of foam and salivation. Not as bad as the Cerenia, but enough to change the dosage to 0.2 ml twice a day instead of the 0.4 once a day. The 0.2 ml dosage works well. No foam. Keiko is eating, drinking normally, walking around, sleeping in her bed (not hiding), and hasn't required fluid or Cerenia injections. Great for her age and ESRD. Elura has a strong vanilla scent. It comes with a syringe you snap into the bottle, measure the dosage, and squirt into the cat's mouth. Very easy. The expense is less than vet visits for fluid and injections. Overall, it's a great product that could be considered for older cats with ESRD. My only problem was buying it. Our veterinary didn't carry it yet and we couldn't find one that did. I ended up with Chewy. Even then, it took a week to arrive.