My cat accepts this supplement mixed with her soft food. I add a splash of water and mostly use it on her soft food for the day. I have not tried it on her kibble as of yet. It seems to be acceptable to her and she is a fussy cat.
This product contains dicalcium phosphate. Dicalcium phosphate causes kidney stones. Please look up this ingredient before giving this to your cat.
The canister was only half full when I opened it, but that's okay, will keep trying various vitamins. My cat has stress uti's, and sometimes gets constipated. Since starting her on this, she is not suffering any uti's and has been poohing like a world-class champion. She has a lot more pep, and her appetite has increased. She is also more vocal, so I will keep giving her vitamins as they seem to help balance her issues.
My vet suggested I try a multivitamin for my cat suffering from pillow foot, to help boost overall health, immune support. I also give it to my other cat, 13 yr old. I've seen an incredible boost in energy. She's acting like a kitten again. So far very pleased for both cats response.