|Top Ingredients||Vegetable Glycerin, Brewers Dried Yeast, Dried Cheese...||Active Ingredients: Vitamin A, Spirulina (Blue-Green Algae), Milk Thistle...||South American Beef Gelatin, Marine Collagen||Active Ingredients: Bacopa Monnieri Leaf (20% bacosides), Ashwagandha Root (1.5% withanolides), Milk Thistle Seed...||Calcium, Magnesium, Iron...|
|Lifestage||Kitten, Adult, Senior||Adult, Senior||Adult, Senior||Adult||Kitten, Adult, Senior|
|Health Feature||Vitamins & Minerals||Vitamins & Minerals||Digestive Health, High-Energy, Hip & Joint Support...||Anti-Fungal / Anti-Bacterial, Immune Support||Vitamins & Minerals|
|Food Flavor||Poultry, Chicken||Unflavored||Meat, Seafood & Fish, Beef||Chicken||Unflavored|
|Food Form||Supplement||Supplement||Food Topping||Powder||Supplement|
|Special Diet||—||—||Gluten Free, High-Protein, Non-GMO||—||—|
|Breed Size||—||—||—||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||—|
Have been buying this for a while now I’d say nearly a year and it has been helping our cat look and feel healthier. He is full of energy, although he is still young will be 4 yrs this June, and his coat is looking good his eyes are healthy his ear health is good, and he gobbles this down when it’s squished into mush with his favorite canned food. 100% will recommend everyone try it once for about 3 months and it will help your cat look better and they will feel better. Every animal deserves a vitamins. Will add my cat won’t eat this by itself and if you mix a little bit of no salt/low sodium broth of a small amount they’ll eat it :)
My kitty has chin acne and I read that giving them a multivitamin with omega-3 will help. Neither of my cats (one food aggressive) will eat these. They have good ingredients but just didn't work for me.
Love these vitamins for my ginger cat with a sensitive stomach! They've improved his fur dramatically.
My cat is 9 and he has just gotten lazy and gained some weight. I talked to my vet about vitamins and he suggested a daily multivitamin, Sapphire loves it. He waits by the fridge, I keep them on top, and he will eat it like a treat. About 5 days in we noticed he was getting more active, playing with toys and running around the house. He has lost a pound just by being more active and the only thing we have changed is adding this multivitamin to his diet.
The odor that hits me when I open this jar is absolutely disgusting, but all of my cats love them. They each get 2 a day based on the dosage chart, and we've had no issues. They're as bonkers as ever, and I'm hoping to keep them that way.
These multi-vitamin's for cats are really great! I notice that my cat enjoys one of the vitamins if it is crumbled into the wet food. These vitamins are really helpful for supporting cats with any immune weaknesses. I spoke with my vet beforehand and she had no disagreement with me with regards to feeding my cat these vitamin chews. My cat and I approve of this product. :)
Great multivitamin for the cats, downside is that none of my cats will eat it by itself so I crush them by hand into their wet food and mix with some water to make it more distributed throughout their meal. They will eat it this way. So I really wish this came in a more powdery substance. But I'll make do with my picky cats by changing it myself. Overall it's extra work, but I'm fine knowing I'm helping my cats stay healthier.
Our household has 4 cats total and not one of them would eat this. I even tried cutting it up in their favorite wet food and they all avoided it. One cat even hissed at after they smelled it. I don't know what cat would like this. None of our cats are related. We are all roommates and all our cats have different tastes in food. They thought it was gross.
My cat shows improving in his health after taking this. He loves this favor. Maximum two pieces per day, depend on your pet's weight. I tried many multi vitamin on my cat. I feel this is a good one.
I used to give my cat this vitamin chews every week, and after a while we noticed large lumps on her skin which were irritating. She was under antibiotics for a couple of month, since the vet thought she has "eosinophilic granuloma complex" which is an inflammatory skin disease. However, the medication was not affective and the lumps persisted on her skin. Eventually per vet's recommendation we tried to keep an eye on her diet to see if any thing specific causes the lumps, and yes it was these vitamin chews! we stopped giving her the vitamin chews and the lumps disappeared within a week.