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Rx Vitamins Amino B + K Cat Supplement

Rx Vitamins Amino B + K Cat Supplement

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    I am still trying to find a way to hide this

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    trying to add it to wet food made the whole plate of food sit there untouched. My cat that needs the supplement won't eat it, the other cat just ate it. I didn't give it a good rating because it likely doesn't taste good, the bottle and price too big for testing a product out

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Improved kidney function measurements

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    My 18-year-old cat had a bad UTI, which was cured easily with a brief course of antibiotics, and also declining kidney function. Instead of buying expensive kidney-care prescription food, I researched what ingredients differentiated that food from a basic recipe. This supplement seemed to cover most of those. I ordered it and began adding it as recommended to my cat's regular high-quality canned paté (she rotates among Instinct, Wellness, and Purina Pro Plan Prime Plus). At her next vet visit, of the three measures of kidney health, two had actually improved a little, and the third had declined by only a fraction—which is pretty amazing at her age. Always follow your vet's advice, but especially My 18-year-old cat had a bad UTI, which was cured easily with a brief course of antibiotics, and also declining kidney function. Instead of buying expensive kidney-care prescription food, I researched what ingredients differentiated that food from a basic recipe. This supplement seemed to cover most of those. I ordered it and began adding it as recommended to my cat's regular high-quality canned paté (she rotates among Instinct, Wellness, and Purina Pro Plan Prime Plus). At her next vet visit, of the three measures of kidney health, two had actually improved a little, and the third had declined by only a fraction—which is pretty amazing at her age. Always follow your vet's advice, but especially if you have a finicky kitty who won't eat the prescription food, this might be worth a try. As for taste, my cat eats her food more eagerly with the supplement applied. Keep in mind that what smells bad to us may appeal to cats! … more

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Disgusting and offputting

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    My cat hates and loathe it too. Smells and tastes terribly. Waste of money.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    My cat eats it every time...

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    Twice a day I add this to his bisque, broth or souped-up pate (whatever the flavor they may be) and he eats it- so it must be palatable to him. Please check the “precautions” listed here and be sure this is what your pet needs (run it by your Vet) because potassium % is greater than vitamin B12, as listed.

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