My kitten was having putty-like diarrhea from antibiotics. I assumed it was helping though the diarrhea did not really change. Since antibiotics were continued, I thought I would try prescription probiotics (includes sprinkles and paste). The stool formed up in a soft log after the 2nd dose. Maybe there were other factors and it was a coincidence but sure seemed like the prescription version was much better. If it is working for your kitty, definitely continue. All cats are different.
We love this product! Our cats got into something causing gastric distress. Within a few days of using this probiotic, the problem has cleared. Thank you so much!
I started my boy on this probiotic when I adopted him at one year old. I just sprinkled it on his dry food and it cleared up his "shelter runs". He's been regular ever since. I give it to him daily now in a spoonful of wet food (that's the only wet food he will allow me to feed him...he leaves full servings alone after a couple of bites and never returns). His "sister" was adopted three months later, but she didn't respond as well to this probiotic, so she is on a different brand--which he refuses! You may have to work with your cats to see what they do best with.
Giving this to my two cats. One was throwing up their food at least once a week. She doesn’t throw up anymore! The taste doesn’t bother them. I mix it into their wet food.
My kittens love this stuff. I noticed within a couple of weeks. Their hair became super soft. Since I pet my kittens so much I felt the difference right away and their poop stopped stinking as well but because of the price I can't afford it all the time but I will probably get it once in a while.
Hi, I am not 100% sure this is the exact reason my 13 year old cat is doing better but I sprinkle 1/4 portion of thier recommended amount over a teaspoon of wet food over her Wysong Epigen 90 Starch-Free Formula Grain-Free Dry Dog & Cat Food, and drop 5 drops of fish oil (from human fish oil pin pricked vitamins) and so far her mystery disease has cleared up. The Vet suggested she could be experiencing inflamation and I read that probiotics and fish oil can help. She is extremely picky about what she eats so we had to mask the smell and taste of this probiotic with droplets of fish oil. (Word to the wise, the larger quanity of fish oil in glass jars went bad too fast and then she wouldn't eat what ever it touched.) Also my other elder cat boy cat doesn't mind the smell or taste on his food but he will eat almost anything... My only complaint is that the jar this food comes in is bigger on the outside than on the inside and that makes me wonder if they are trying to make it look like a larger quanity than it is or if it helps it stay fresh somehow? Anyway it works better than the fresh goats milk cheese I bought at petstore that was super expensive that they would not eat. Hope your feline friends stay healthy!! :D