My cat is 16 and in great shape. My senior dog with arthritis took a joint supplement and it worked well so I wanted to try it for the cat. Couldn’t find anything that she would actually consume. Finally got these and all I do is open a capsule and mix it in her food and she has no problem eating it up. She has no significant mobility problems so I’m giving this as a preventative to keep her old joints going, so I can’t really say it’s made a huge difference but she seems a little brighter and more active so I’m going to keep up with it.
My almost 18 year old kitty Navia loves this. She can actually jog a little if she smells something delicious. She will be 18 years old next week and I've been giving this to her for a couple of year. Lost without it. I open the pills and put powder into her food or a squeeze up treat.
My male cat has been clicking when he walks and after I ruled out his nails, I realized it was his joints. I got this to try and I have seen quite an improvement. He doesn't click anymore and he is back to zooming up and down the cat tree. Very happy with this product, I break the capsule open and mix it with the wet food.
Bella is still in pain but this Joint Supplement helps her move a little better. I just wish I can afford a pain medicine to help her move like she wants and that is running, jumping. Bella really hates when I have to pick her up to put on the window seals, my bed, or the couch and then pick her up when she wants down.
I was looking for something that might help my senior cats' mobility and this product mixes up well in their canned food and my cats don't notice or they like the taste. Time will tell if this product works or helps but at least my cats will eat their food with this mixed in
My Cat, Tucker just loves the taste of Nutramax Cosequin sprinkled on his canned food. He is 13 now and I know the ingredients in it will help his joints. They don't bother him yet, but I believe in starting early. I waited until it was too late for my other dear cat. I didn't realize how important that is. I hope everybody starts early for this routine for their cats. I would say early is about 5 yrs old but I am not a vet. A vet might recommend sooner. Great product!
We use Xhosa Quinn on our 20 year old cat named Jerry G. He is doing well for a cat is his age and the Xhosa Quinn helps him still use his stairs to get on the couch and snuggle with us.
Max had bladder stones 5 years ago but after prescription food and Cosequin he has been doing great. Will be 10 next year. He loves this so much he takes it “straight”. Don’t have to cover it or break the capsule up. Started giving it to Gracie because she’s gained weight and is lame in one leg. She also likes it “straight”. It’s worth the price and my kitties will be taking it forever. Thanks!
Our leukemia-positive cat, Wally, had two bad kidney stone incidents within a few weeks. Our vet recommended Cosequin, saying that it had been shown to help prevent kidney stones in cats. Wally has been taking Cosequin for a couple of months and so far, so good...no recurrence of kidney stones. He doesn't seem to notice it in his food at all.
My cats have no problem eating this so that's good. But I've been using this product for a month and haven't noticed a difference. Hope to see my senior kitties feel better soon