Kittyvite Vitamin S/M Treat Senior Cat
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This soft, moist treat contains a variety of vitamins and minerals, Glucosamine and Taurine for increased energy and overall good health of your senior cat. With real tuna flavor, it's sure to become a favorite. Feed up to 4 treats daily.
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Rating: 5

Kitty vitamins

posted 6 years ago

Two of my cats take daily medication and our vet also suggested vitamins. Both of these cats love these vitamins, so I give them after I administer the medicine. In fact, my cats like these so much that are very cooperative about taking their pills every morning.

Pros: My cats love these

Cons: None

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