All-in-One provides support for digestion, joints, skin and coat, with vitamins and minerals. It includes digestive enzymes, probiotics and probiotics, plus glucosamine and chondroitin and omega fatty acids for joint, skin and respiratory health. VitaPet Senior provides a full spectrum of daily vitamins and minerals to help your cat get everything she needs in her golden years.
My cat is 13 years old. About five years ago she was diagnosed with diabetes. She was 8.5 pounds and a had a little pudge for a small cat. She stopped eating. Went thru different levels of insulin. Was taken off insulin and was allergic to diabetic cat food. Found an insulin level that worked and fed her fancy feast pate (no gravy allowed). Then she stopped eating again. By then she had stopped down to 6.5 pounds and was skinny. She lost her voice. She used to wake me up every morning stand in ing on my chest or I would wake up and she would be on the end of my bed. When she couldn't jump on my bed any more or up on my reclining chair, I decided more than insulin and feeding her what I could get her to eat had to be done. She has been on this for two months. She jumps on my bed and my chair again. I knew she was feeling better when she sassed at me. She has gotten her voice back. She jumps on the back of the couch again. She doesn't look like she hurts. She is very finicky. I crumble it into a powder with my fingers and mix it into her wet food. After two month with a combination of a for change in the second month, she has also gained weight. This has given my cat a renewed energy and health.
Purchased this for our senior cat that was slowing down faster than expected. He was just being Mr. Miserable. After only 5 days I have seen a change in his demeanor and behavior. He has started to play with the other 2 cats again.
My cat loves these. I feel it is important for him to have extra vitamins besides his food as a supplement as he gets older.
I think this product was old stock when we received it. Dried out, crumbly, we have 10 cats in our rescue and not a single one would touch it. Total waste of money.
I’ve tried for years to get my tortie and my tuxedo to take their vitamins and we’ve always struggled to find something they’ll both eat. All the other options out there have been too smelly, weirdly textured, too chewy, or just too gross tasting for them to enjoy. These VitaPet pills have been great! I crush one easily between my fingers each morning and mix it in with a small can of wet food. The cats gobble up their food, none the wiser that I’m micro-dosing them on that sweet Glucosamine. :)
Our 14 yr old cat just won't eat this vitamin. We tried mixing it with his treats...but the vitamin was left at the bottom of the bowl everytime.
I can't get my 18-year-old cat, for whom I purchased this product, to eat it, even when I mix it in with her food...she just walks away from it. It is too crumbly and big to give to her without food, and when I crumble it up and mix it in with her food, she doesn't want to eat it. It either needs to be smaller or in liquid form or capsule to make it easier for her to accept it.
Cant get cats to take them, need to taste better for the cats to want to eat
Lucy is very picky, but I am working on trying to get her to taste it.
Lily is a spoiled Kitty, most cats are. she is 16 years old and as i am, slowing down some. i purchased senior daily vitamins to help her the same as i take mine. upon arrival, as I opened the container she was very excited and really trying to push my hand to get to them. I gave her one and she ate it quickly. Now however she will not eat them, I have to break them into small bits and hide them in her food. i want her to have them but how else can I get her to eat them???