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Cranberry and Papaya Digestive Supplement
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Midwestwoman
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posted 5 years ago

I found this digestive supplement at PetSmart when I was looking for Fortiflora and thought I'd give it a try with my young foster kittens. They did not like the taste, but once I added it to their formula they took it readily. It can also be added to moist food. The bottle reads it contains "a delicious blend of fruit juices..." but I think the manufacturer is appealing to the owner, not the cat or kittens. The Papaya is the source of the digestive enzyme, but the taste is not appealing to the foster kittens or my adult cat.

Pros: Contains filtered spring water, no preservatives, organically grown papaya and cranberry, acidophilus, vitamins C & E, Taurine; inexpensive

Cons: Taste

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