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From:Ontario Canada
Registered: Nov 2003

posted 03-17-2004 09:45 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for dolly     Edit/Delete Message
Does anyone give their kitties vitamins or supplements? There are a lot of them out there claiming to improve their health and I was just curious if they are just trying to get our money or if they are actually good to use.

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From:Campton, NH USA
Registered: Jan 2004

posted 03-17-2004 11:06 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for MaryNH     Edit/Delete Message
I got some free Wellness vitamin samples at my dog's holistic vet last time she went. One of my cats will eat them like they are snacks, other 2 think I'm trying to poison them....I'm not gonna shove vitamins down their throats.

If they were sickly and the vet said to try vitamins I probably would...but they are all healthy cats so I'm not going to spend the money on vitamins and have to fight them to get them to take them. And Zeus, the double-pawed fella, would rip my arm off anyway

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From:Barrington, NH
Registered: Mar 2004

posted 03-18-2004 11:31 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for treschats     Edit/Delete Message
I give my two boy kitties Super Vita Kitty mixed with their wet-food supper. We adopted them from a shelter at 9 weeks, and then discovered they had upper respitory infections and ringworm, and eye infections. I wanted to boost their immune systems, especially as they went thru 3 courses of anitbiotics. They are now 8 months old and doing great - I've continued with the vitamins 'cos I think it has made a huge difference. They are both over 10 lbs and soft and silky.

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