|Top Ingredients||Active Ingredient: L-lysine., Inactive Ingredients: Artificial Sweetener, Citric Acid...||Water, L-Lysine Monohydrochloride, Stearic Acid...||Active Ingredients: L-Lysine Hydrochloride., Inactive Ingredients: Citric Acid, Edetate Disodium...||l-lysine, natural chicken liver flavor, oat flour...||Active Ingredients: L-Lysine, N, N-Dimethylglycine HCl (D mg)....|
|Lifestage||Kitten, Adult, Senior||Adult||Adult||Kitten, Adult, Senior||Kitten, Adult, Senior|
|Health Feature||Eye Care, Immune Support, Respiratory Care||Immune Support||Immune Support||Immune Support||Immune Support|
|Food Flavor||Salmon||Salmon||—||Fruits & Vegetables, Chicken||Poultry, Meat, Chicken, Liver|
This formula and brand seems to work the best for my big ragdoll Siamese. I used the other brand and it didn’t seem to work. Cats are so fussy! I got a reusable child’s medication syringe and dose him with that. He’s a good boy so he doesn’t fight much and so much easier than throwing expensive wet food away when they refuse it.
In a market flooded with supplements, Felisyl Salmon-Flavored Gel Immune Support stands head and shoulders above the rest. With its delectable flavor, potent immune-boosting properties, and user-friendly design, it's a win-win for both cat owners and their beloved companions.
I recently purchased the Felisyl Salmon-Flavored Gel for my feline, and I'm beyond impressed.
NONE of the cats would even try this. I put it in their mouth, on their nose, in their food, nothing. Even the feral cats didnt eat it.
All three of my cats hated the taste. I was really hoping they would like it after reading all of the positive reviews.
Lysine helps to boost a cat's immune system. There is nothing more important to me than the health of my cats.
I was happy that my cat took to Felisyl Salmon Flavored Gel Immune Supplement for Cats, my cat had a cold for over a week, and this seemed to give him the boost that he needed to get it out of his system. I fed him the gel right off a spoon.
This works great for one of my cats with breathing problems helps her breath better.
One of my foster kittens (at about 5 weeks old) had herpes in one eye, not too bad, but not as open as it should be (i.e. kind of squinty). Lysine gel was recommended as immune support for eyes, along with an antibiotic. The antibiotic stopped it from getting worse, but it wasn't until I started giving her the Lysine gel that her eye opened as it should. She is now a happy, bright-eyed, adopted kitten. She readily ate it, and the mother and other kitten were interested too, so it must be very palatable.
My cats don’t like this flavor. Enjoy other brand. I’m sure it’s effective, but my cats prefer the other brand.