TOMLYN Nutri-Cal Gel High Calorie Supplement for Cats, 4.25-oz tube -

Tomlyn Nutri-Cal Gel High Calorie Supplement for Cats, 4.25-oz tube

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About This Item


  • Supports and boosts a healthy appetite: irresistible taste that is ideal for picky eaters and sickly pets that are off food
  • Great for active pets, growing kittens, sick or stressed cats, or pets that need extra vitamins added to their diet
  • Concentrated formula — packed with carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, and essential fatty acids (omegas 3, 6, and 9)
  • Veterinarian formulated for adult cats and kittens
  • Palatable gel is easy and enjoyable to administer

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Questions & Answers

23 Customer Questions

How is this product best administered? Orally in a syringe or on top of wet food?
Answer by ChewyApr 15, 2018
This is dependent upon the cat and what they prefer.

This products first ingredient is Corn Syrup (the Nutri High Cal for cats). Cats are not supposed to have corn so I am wondering why Corn Syrup? My cat is ill. Thanks
Answer by ChewyJun 13, 2018
Corn syrup is a remedy used to raise the sugar levels and in return increase the appetite with a calorie boost.

Would this product be recommended for a cat with kidney disease?
Answer by ChewyMay 01, 2018
Due to the medical condition, we recommend that you consult a veterinary professional before giving your pet any supplements.

Would this help with cat constipation
Answer by ChewyOct 22, 2017
This supplement supports and boosts a healthy appetite, not constipation.. It's great for active pets, growing kittens, sick or stressed cats, or pets that need extra vitamins added to their diet.

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Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By tohoshinkii on Feb 26, 2023

Helping my old sick girl

My oldest cat (16 y/o) has kidney disease. It has caused to her severely lose weight and lose her appetite. I credit this gel to helping her feel better, because she has been feeling quite lousy due to not eating and this gel perks her up and stimulates her appetite (I also IV her twice a week and give her mirtazapine once a week). I don't mix it in with her food or she'll refuse to eat it. For this reason I do wish the gel came in other flavors like chicken or tuna or pumpkin. But I put a big glob on my finger and smear it on her mouth, then she's forced to lick it off.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Nicoke on Feb 12, 2023

Wonderful for Asthmatic Cat

I have a 14 year old cat who has asthma and was taking Albuterol in an inhaler for her asthma attacks, which she experienced everyday. I noticed that she got better after giving her this nutritional gel and felt worse after the inhaler treatments. So, she no longer gets the inhaler treatments and gets 3-4 licks of this gel twice a day (morning and evening) and she is doing SOO much better. She has an asthma attack now maybe once a week (instead of everyday) which is a major improvemnt. Love this gel. Please continue making it. Mimi and I appreciate it so much!!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Robin on Mar 27, 2023

My Cat Loves It!

My senior cat cries for the nurtigel and even paws me to get more, I dont know if its outting any weight on her because she is 18 and frail. She is semi active though and its worth giving it to her and long and she licks it up.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By autumn on Feb 17, 2023

this stuff works!

I have a 1 1/2 year old kitten who was severely underweight. Using this product combined with a kitten wet food she gained 4 pounds in two weeks! She didn’t like it too much on its own, but mixed in she didn’t mind. This product is very sticky and stringy so just be mindful when using. Would definitely recommend to any underweight cats!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Janet on Mar 14, 2023

tomlyn nutritional gel

The nutri-cal that I got elsewhere has definitely made my cat feel better: more playful, and just acts better. Am hoping the tomlyn nutritional gel will too which I have not used yet cause am using the nutri-cal at this time.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By sweetkittylover on Mar 22, 2023

Great for under the weather kitties

This is a great option for when a kitty isn't feeling well and not eating their full ration. It's a little sticky so I dilute it with just a tad of water and that does the trick..

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Shell on Mar 27, 2023

My cat loves it!

This nutritional gel has given my 15 year old cat a few more years. She always vomited alot but recently her weight was way down. She loves the malt flavor.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By CarlaK on Feb 3, 2023

No more skinny cat!

My cat had lost a lot of weight from hairball vomiting. After resolving the issue of the hairballs, we have been adding a dab of this to her feeding bowl. She loves the flavor and has regained some of her weight. Couldn't ask for more than that!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Grislebaum on Jan 7, 2023

More time with cat

Our 19 year old cat had lost weight,slept more than usual and I googled how to help my cat. She was eating on a regular basis but she was skinny but she needed something else. This supplement popped up and I believe that this helped her stay with us for another 8 months. She perked up for a 19 year old cat. Even her last days, this was the only food she would eat. I recommend it. RIP Dori 4/29/03-01/04/23 She was my son’s cat since he was 3.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By jazzcat on Jan 26, 2023

Cat hates it

I have no idea if this works or not because my cat wants nothing to do with it no matter how it's disguised and I can't force feed it to her because she has asthma that's pretty acute currently so that would stress her out and cause an asthma attack