Rx Vitamins Rx Essentials Powder Multivitamin for Cats, 4-oz bottle
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About This Item
- Contains organic chelated minerals and essential daily vitamins.
- Features other natural ingredients like kelp, spirulina, milk thistle and taurine—an amino acid that helps support your cat’s overall health and well-being.
- Suitable for both cats and dogs.
- Expertly crafted by a veterinarian.
- Carries the National Animal Supplement Council Seal (NASC).
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12 Customer Reviews
Picky eater approves
My 12 year old rescue kitty doesn’t mind it sprinkled on her wet food which is rare! She’s lost some weight but otherwise healthy since last year so hopefully this is helpful for her retaining more nutrients and gain some healthy weight back.
Doesn't work if they won't eat it
I purchased this for a kitty that is NOT a picky eater at all and always licks the dish clean when I feed him wet food. I received this today and decided to start with 1/8th of a teaspoon mixed in his evening wet food. He started to eat it and then flatly refused to finish his food mixed with this vitamin powder. Tried to get the other cats in the house to eat the rest before I threw it out but no takers. I would not recommend this product.
Very Good Supplement
My cats have all shown improvement in overall health since giving them this supplement. The ones adopted from a shelter originally were dull-coated kittens with the general minor health issues common to that sort of situation. Shortly after beginning this supplement, their coats became shinier and felt softer. They seem healthier overall. Now, a year after beginning this daily supplement, my cats are all still healthy. The powder dissolves easily in canned food portions, and none of my cats have seemed to notice.
Since the supply of cat food had disappeared, I've had to blend my own. I add this to the wet paste and the cats don't seem to mind.
Cat loves it
I don’t know if it is making him any healthier, but I do know my picky cat eats every drop of his food when I put this on it. He loves it. He is a healthy cat, maybe this will keep him this way.
Great ingredients, but it's a 'No' from my cat.
The ingredients are well balanced, but my cat didn't like the flavor of this product. I also feed a couple of stray cats outdoors and they didn't seem to mind it as much, so I put it on their food.
Very good stuff
I do not know what is in this stuff but my older cat has been a lot more energetic since I started this and it has only been a week. It also must taste great, because all my cats eat it right up. will keep buying and I highly recommend
Vitamins for Cats
So far, so good. I have a cat with IBD. She and her sister (who is extremely healthy) have no issue when I put the mixture in their food. I use this along with the B12 supplement and Vet prescribed medication.
Excellent Vit Combo!
My middle-aged rescue cat Abby lost her excess weight, but was then diagnosed with Kidney failure and borderline diabetes. :-( The Rx diets and meds made her worse; She lost a lot of muscle, could no longer meow, was often dehydrated, and could barely walk with her hind legs. My last 2 rescue cats had died from kidney failure in middle age within months of diagnosis, despite my always giving them a quality 'all-natural' dry cat food, and occasional canned food. My son noticed Abby had almost stopped eating the dry food, and I noticed she often threw it up when she did eat it. Hence the weight loss. So she switched herself to a 'Paleo' diet of 100% canned food. My Vet and I knew she probably wasn't going to last much longer, and decided quality of life was more important. So I followed cues from her. Having bad kidneys and bum legs myself from MANY surgeries (thus anesthesia & many Rx meds) after an accident, I had been trying to reverse it all for years. The latest research ties chronic organ inflammation issues (and many cancers) in humans to a fatigued immune system, the HHV virus and the toxins it excretes. To excrete them, the toxins first must be in those organs for the virus to absorb them. So a very 'clean' diet is a must. Assuming that FHV is behind it all (as various strains of HHV is in all humans), I added some Lysine (an anti-viral), extra Vit C powder (another anti-viral), adenosylcobalamin form of B-12 (for nerve repair), and aluminum-free Epakitin Phosphate binder to the 'Rx Essentials for Cats' excellent vitamin base. I mix 1/2 scoop in (1/2) 5oz can of cat food a.m. and p.m. Also always keep an additional fresh bowl of water next to her bed, and she taught herself to drink regularly, so no more subQ IVs. Abby is now 14-ish, diagnosed 4 years ago, and switched to all-organic low-carb low-phosphorus high-quality protein wet food (mostly Organix turkey flavor)+ added Vitamins + fish oil 3 years ago. Also ((carcinogenic) mineral-oil-free) Nutri•Vet hairball remedy for any constipation issues, after extra fiber did not work. Abby-cat naps a lot, is getting deaf, naturally eats only a little at a time, but Often (which is great for managing diabetes!). She still struggles to jump up on the couch, but walks fine, does not seem to be in pain, stays hydrated, pees a more normal amount, and seems to get a little bit better each year. They say one cannot recover from kidney disease, but Abby-cat gives me hope!
Too early to tell
I've only be giving them half the recommended amount and so far they are continuing to eat their food, so the taste must be OK. Can't say I've seen any change in energy levels or in their fur, but it's probably to early to tell.