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Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets FortiFlora Probiotic Gastrointestinal Support Cat Supplement

Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets FortiFlora Probiotic Gastrointestinal Support Cat Supplement

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    Vet Recommended. Cat Approved. Economical

    By Goku on Aug 1, 2020

    I have an 11 year old cat who, in th midst of COVID19 became the surrogate Papa to 3 kittens, all rescued. The babies made him an anxious parent at first and he started having bowel issues. The Vet gave me some samples of this and it worked perfectly. He loves the taste and when used as instructed by I have an 11 year old cat who, in th midst of COVID19 became the surrogate Papa to 3 kittens, all rescued. The babies made him an anxious parent at first and he started having bowel issues. The Vet gave me some samples of this and it worked perfectly. He loves the taste and when used as instructed by the vet it's a lot more economical than a trip to the vet office or prescription meds. I also used it for the kittens post spay/neuter to combat upset little tummies caused by the meds given My vet recommended that for kittens and older cats should get a light sprinkling at each meal rather than pouring the whole packet out in one serving. Think of it like sprinkling a little seasoning on the food. 1 box lasts 1 cat and 3 kittens 30 days based my vet's recommendations. That's great value for the dollars and my fur babies are worth it … more

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    Kind of expensive

    By ann031969 on Jun 19, 2020

    I was trying to get my cat on probiotics to help with his vomiting issues, but when I put the probiotic in his food, he won't eat it. I even tried splitting the pack between two servings. It was a pretty expensive little box that will probably just go to waste. My advice is to buy some cheaper stuff I was trying to get my cat on probiotics to help with his vomiting issues, but when I put the probiotic in his food, he won't eat it. I even tried splitting the pack between two servings. It was a pretty expensive little box that will probably just go to waste. My advice is to buy some cheaper stuff at a local pet store first to make sure your cat will eat it before investing in this. It apparently doesn't taste any better than the cheap stuff … more

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