Great! But NOT for super finicky cats
My cat actually ran away
Kitty isn’t pleased
Vitagravy Saved My Cat’s Life!
About 18 months ago we thought he was going to die when he became quite sick. The vet didn’t hold out much hope for him and we aren’t really in a position to spend a ton of money on tests and medication to extend the life of an already quite old house cat. We brought him home, resigned that it was really just a matter of time and we would do what we could to keep him comfortable.
We decided to give Vitagravy a shot after seeing it in a local pet store. We mix a few drops in his food every day. His improvement was visible and steady from the second or third day.
Today, Oskar looks and acts like a much younger cat. People who see him are amazed to learn that he is nearly old enough to vote. I think without a regular dose of Vitagravy, he would have passed months ago.
What the heck is “vegetarian salmon flavor broth”?
Cats say “No Thanks”
I imagine it smells like plastic to them, but both my cats don’t go near it after smelling Vita Gravy. I can understand Allstar not liking it – he’s… special (which is why I call him “Allstar”). He’s squeamish and weird and he only eats his regular food in small portions throughout the day; never more than a couple of bites at once. If I offer him wet food, he just licks the gravy from that and leaves the meaty portion to Agnes.
Agnes, on the other hand, is a 20 lb vacuum. I’ve had to pull string out of her anus because she ingested it and couldn’t quite push it out of herself. Come to think of it, she doesn’t mind chewing on plastic either, so I’m not sure what about Vita Gravy is so unappetizing to her, especially considering what I’ve shared.
I don’t know if other cats go for it, but I have two VERY different cats of my own and neither will eat Vita Gravy. My advice: Bad buy.