My cats are all rescues and young and healthy. I began with my first kitty, a male orange and white tabby named Quincey) on the supplement after I rescued him from a local hotel where he was living. He was about 10 months old and will be 7 in July, 2016. I sprinkle it on his mostly dry grain free kibble with a small wet food topper. He inhales it. Hope, my rescue black and white tuxedo, will be 3 years old in August, 2016. He has been on the supplement for 2.5 years, and he readily eats it the same way as Quincey. Their coats are very shiny and healthy and full looking. They have energy to play after meals yet are calm in nature. They have never had a veterinarian illness and get their annual exams.
Lilly is my white kitty who was a rescue given to me by a foster. She had been declawed and escaped from her home or was dumped. Lilly is my extreme finicky eater. She came to me eating Friskies and Fancy Feast of which I would not tolerate that diet. After weaning her off that diet, she finally has found about 5 foods of grain free kibble she eats. I do best with her on wet food and just a pinch mixed in. I am trying a new process of gradually mixing it in her dry kibble. Her coat is clean and no matting and she also has had no illnesses. She will be 7 years old in July, 2016.
Knowing that younger, healthy pets should be the very ones to begin my supplement, I give them half serving size. I want to give them the opportunity for a great quality of life with vitality, a great coat, and lifelong wellness. I know as they approach 8-10 years, they will have great joint health and mobility. I also know the immune support of all of the superfoods will make an enormous difference to their quality of life.