One of my cats became deathly ill and needed around the clock feedings and care. He turned his nose up at a lot of things since his sense of smell and taste were off, but he loves this bone broth! It’s easy to make and seems to be made of quality ingredients—it smells just like broth made for humans. Yum! I love knowing it was keeping him hydrated as well as adding some beneficial calories, vitamins and minerals. And everyone—cats included—enjoys the comfort of a warm drink. Every 4 hours when I would check on him, his broth cup would be empty. Good stuff!
I got this for my cat, since she's a big fan of soupier wet foods. Not only will she not eat it, she actively avoids it. It also gets really sticky if you get it on your hands or the outside of the container. Kind of disappointed she won't eat it since it was pricier
I mixed this per directions and yes it was lumpy and pasty. I mixed it at half strength in very warm water and it dissolved perfectly. All four cats are interested in it and drank some. I think it might be a tad salty so diluting it to half strength should help. I'm going to use it tomorrow to rehdrate their dehydrated food and I think it will be just fine. Hoping the collagen helps my older cats as well as adding a bit of protein and flavor.
I was unsure if my cats would like this product since they can be very picky. I’m trying to add more hydration into their diets & I love all the benefits bone broth has to offer both humans & animals so I gave it a shot. All four cats & one dog loved it! They licked it all up before touching their food. I’m actually shocked! I was also worried it wouldn’t mix in water well due to some other reviews but I had zero issues. Warm water in a mason jar & I shook it bartender style for 30 seconds. It mixed perfectly. I only used 1/2tbsp in 12oz a water to stretch it out longer since I have 5 to feed. Definitely will repurchase.
My cats really like this bone broth. One of them won’t drink water and will only eat wet food. I add a little warm broth to his food so that he gets as much hydration as possible. It does clump, but I mix with warm water in a mason jar and drop a blender ball in and shake it up. Works like a charm. I mix 16 oz at a time and keep it in the fridge. I warm up a little before adding to their food.
Idk if it was just my cats being picky or what, but they took one sniff of this and started to cover it like their poop.
I poured this over kibble to help soften dry food for my older cat. She seemed to like it. I love being able to prepare a smaller batch of broth and not wasting the rest of the package.
This stuff is amazing! I highly recommend. It works best if you mix it in a bottle that seals very well, shake it, then leave it in the fridge for a while—shake it again then pour as needed. It will last for a few days in the fridge, and you only have to mix as much as you need. The other option is mixing it with hot water then allowing it to cool. It does clump and stick to the dish and spoon if you just use warm water as per the directions, so it kind of wastes a bit. The dehydrated stuff takes less space, stores longer, and is very convenient. I used to make bone broth from scratch, but it is a huge hassle. The other broths have stuff added in, and the liquid broths tend to be super watered down. Bone broth is amazing for the fur babies, as a regular part of their diet, but also if they get a tummy ache, and even to help get meds down. Because this is only chicken broth, this is great for all of my cats (18.5 years with arthritis, 8 years with urinary/stress, and 2x1-year old adventure kittens). Also great for my 11 year old lab who has a sensitive tum, so we have to do a bland diet with her pretty often. Side note: this travels well, and is easy to pack for backpacking trips with my dog and adventure kittens. I HIGHLY recommend this stuff.
my cats seem to like this. i mix a bowl and set it by their food dish and in a little while it's all gone. it's a good way to get healthy hydration into them.
The instructions say to mix this with warm water. I’ve tried warm and hot water. It literally will not mix. It’s so extremely clumpy and the bone broth hardens in the liquid and on the spoon