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Cat Sure - 11 ounces


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  • Completely balanced liquid nutritional diet.
  • High in antioxidants.
  • Supports necessary fluid intake.
  • Lactose free.
  • Provides essential viamins and minerals
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 15.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000FDSKIQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,934 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

CatSure is a source of highly utilizable proteins adjusted for better use by senior pets. Low in fats to prevent obesity in less active animals. Highly palatable to increase water consumption, which is frequently inadequate or reduced in senior pets. CatSure liquid diet is formulated to help your cat feel exceptional. Food supplement for cats 7+ years of age. All natural with vitamins, minerals and trace nutrients. Complete balanced nutrition. Great vanilla taste. Easy to digest. Small cats: 4-8 ounces daily. Medium cats: 6-12 ounces daily. Large cats: 16-24 ounces daily.


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Ingredients
Water, milk protein concentrate, cream, maltodextrins, soybean oil, dried whey protein concentrate, flaxseed oil, natural vanilla flavor, wheat germ oil and more.

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I thought I would try Catsure and my she loves it.
Lola
I plan to continue this activity as long as I can find it at a reasonable costs.
Nancy L,. Wood
I would recommend it for anyone who has a sickly or older cat.
J. Bayless

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Kathy on March 12, 2007
My Molly is 18 years old and has chronic renal failure. Because of the renal failure, it is very difficult for her to maintain weight. Catsure is the only thing that does it. I recently took her to the vet and he was impressed that she had actually GAINED weight (she's always losing)! I told him about this product and he said the company that makes it has been a highly respected company with veternarians for years. And our cat LIKES it! She will eat this on days she won't eat anything at all. If you have a cat with renal failure, you know how hard it is to get them to eat. You have to try this, it's been a lifesaver!!!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Cat on January 1, 2008
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I bought first bought this product from PetSmart (where it is $8 by the way) for my 15 year old cat who had been mysteriously losing weight. She loves it, but I cant give it to her too often or she stops eating it. It turns out that she is hyperthyritic and thats why she lost weight, but since shes only 5 1/2 pounds I still feed it to her a couple times a week even with her thyroid medicines working quite well. Not all cats like it though. My other cat, a 7 pound long-hair tuxedo, wont even taste it. So it depends on your cat. I would get a can from PetSmart or PetCo first to see if your animal is willing to eat it. If they are willing to eat it, it does help get needed calories and nutrition into underweight or finicky cats.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By J. Bayless on September 18, 2007
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I bought this product because my 18 year old cat just wasn't eating anything and I wasn't ready to lose her. She loved this stuff and I know it gave her an extra six months of her life because she was losing weight at a fast pace - eating this stopped the weight loss. I would recommend it for anyone who has a sickly or older cat.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Straycity on September 8, 2011
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I have been giving this to my 20 year old cat for a couple of years now. She has kidney disease and I give it to her to encourage weight gain. You can also use it with a syringe to feed a sick cat. My cat loves it. Highly recommended.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Becky on February 10, 2014
My 15 year old cat, Austin, was diagnosed with kidney failure just before Christmas 2013. He wasn't eating food or drinking water. The vet said his blood test #s were so bad, he didn't feel there was any kidney function left. His temperature should have been 101-102; it was 98. He was lethargic & off balance when standing but didn’t seem to be in pain. Sometimes he seemed mentally out of it like he didn't even recognize me. Sometimes when he slept, his eyes were partway open. He always had his head down when he sat or tried to walk. Rarely left my bed; often took multiple attempts to jump back up on it. The vet gave sub v fluids twice over three days & prescribed anti biotics because the urine test showed there may have been an infection. The vet gave me printed test results in case Austin had to go to an emergency vet over xmas because he thought he may need to be euthanized before they re-opened after the holiday. I had to force feed him this "kitty ensure" 2 to 3 times a day with a turkey baster (one tube full). Within two days, he had plenty of energy, kept his head up, was going up & down the stairs & on & off furniture & was able to put up a fight for forced feeding. He was eating a little dry Iams cat food here & there, using the litterbox, purring & was acting normally except he didn't meow as much or drink water. He never threw any of it up. I stopped force feeding him after about a week because he seemed to be sustaining his energy level with food & had started drinking water again & had resumed grooming himself. Austin is a food grazer now instead of an engorger but eats enough throughout the day. At first he wanted nothing to do with the Cat Sure when offered in a bowl (I think he recognized the smell & remembered being force fed it). Now he happly laps it up.Read more ›
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Lola on December 21, 2012
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My senior cat is not well and not eating very much. I thought I would try Catsure and my she loves it.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Jenni Maynard on January 29, 2008
My cat will be 16 years old this year. She suddenly started losing weight and acting ill about four years ago after one of my other cats died. I took her to the vet and was told that her liver was failing and there's nothing that could be done. While shopping at a local grocery store a couple years ago, I stumbled upon Cat Sure in a bargain bin for $1 a can. I bought a couple of cans even though they had many just to try it out. I was desperate at that point to try anything since nothing else worked. Within two days, my cat showed MAJOR improvement. She had her spunk back. Well, I ran out of Cat Sure and she settled back into not feeling very well until recently when I ordered this product from Amazon/KV Vet Supply. I have been giving it to her daily twice a day since last week. She is loving it. I was having a problem with her having diarrhea and throwing up also everyday all day (before giving her the supplement). As a result, I have had to keep her confined to the kitchen. Cat Sure has gotten rid of her diarrhea and has almost kept her from throwing up. My goal is to have her keep food in her belly so that I can have her come out of the kitchen and lead a normal cat's life again. KV Vet Supply has the lowest price that I have seen for this. I have seen it elsewhere recently for $8. It's worth it, but I would rather get two for the price of one here.

If your cat is ill, don't hesitate taking them to the vet, but if the vet says there's nothing they can do...don't give up! Try this stuff!!
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