Pros: all cats consume it
Pros: all cats consume it
Pros: Easy, tasty calories, lots of vitamins and healthy fats, cats love the taste
Pros: it works, the "no name" brands are affordable
“Great product!!! I have a long history with this product and it's my belief every cat owner should keep this on hand. 30+ years ago I used Nutrical on my vets advice, as I had a cat who vomited frequently and for the rest of her life, she ate Nutrical as a moderately large source of calories. I believe it saved her life, and her fur was magnificent. I completely forgot about the stuff until a...” --misterwhiskers
“This would have gotten the full 5 stars if it could be sold everywhere and was a bit cheaper. Overall a great product, a sample package is only 1.25$! So a small investment to give it a try. You could also just buy a sample bundle that includes this supplement along with Grace &Prowl by The Honest Kitchen for 1$! So you save money doing it that way (: I love using this product for when my...” --GraveKandi
“This stuff is great . I that it comes in a brushed aluminum bottle . Very easy to dispense too . ” --2Cats4Me
“I bought a different "no name" brand (same colour/style label, same ingredients) for Mo, who at the time was about 11 years old and was suffering from kidney problems. A lifetime of dry food and generally poor care came to a head when I noticed he was having some problems eliminating, spending quite a long time in the litter box, coming out with a very swollen bum, and there were an increasing...” --pinkdagger
“I bought this product for my 21 year-old cat Muffin in hopes of encouraging her to drink more water (she had CRF and the vet told me to make sure she drank plenty of water daily). I was a little nervous to give it to her at first as she had a tendency to vomit whenever anything new was added to her diet, which would prove counter-productive to keeping her hydrated. Thankfully, not...” --mrsjcross87
“I have two cats with IBD and one with kidney disease. Two are underweight and I'm always looking for supplements to help their digestion. One IBD kitty also has FHV, pretty well controlled with lactoferrin but the drippy eyes never quite clear up. I started them on Prozyme Plus about a month ago. A couple of weeks ago, I noticed a change in Molly, the IBD/FHV kitty. ...” --betsygee
Enisyl-F and Viralysare L-lysine supplements specifically developed for cats and kittens, containing a naturally occurring amino acid. Both are manufactured according to rigorous pharmaceutical standards and can be safely administered with no known side effects for as long as required.
Glyco-Flex II is an advanced version of the popular Glyco-Flex joint care supplement for cats and small dogs. With high levels of connective tissue-healing gags Glyco-Flex II is an especially good nutritional supplement for aging dog and cats and breeds predisposed to joint stiffness. 60 Soft chew package also available in tablets.
“I bought this as a recommendation from Dr Pierson trying to get cats to eat food they don't want to eat. It works. I think the probiotic end of it is crap but when I sprinkle this on their food, all my cats eat when the food wasn't getting eaten before.” --msserena
“ I'm a fan of Dr. Mercola's articles, and feel much of his research/opinions are well-founded and useful. However, after ordering the Mercola Pobiotics for Cats, I was very disappointed to find that none of my feline family would touch their food, although I used only a tiny portion of the recommended amount. I had to throw the food away, and start again. The product...” --mrstiggywinkle