Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Tortie Tuesday #ChewyInfluencer

It's my favorite day, Tortie Tuesday, so I wanted to be the one to tell you about a review we did for the fine folks at Chewy.com for Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets FortiFlora Probiotic Cat Supplement...
Purina Pro Plan FortiFlora has been proven to promote intestinal health and balance as well as a healthy immune system. The probiotics contain 500 million (!) live microorganisms are microencapsulated so they arrive alive in our digestive tract. I'm not sure what all that means but I do know it's tasty on my foods...
We get it sprinkled on our wet food for all six daily meals...
My little sisfur Angel likes it too...
Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets FortiFlora Probiotic Cat Supplement is often recommended for kitties with tummy issues. Our vet recommended it for us because she thinks it's a good idea for us to prevent any tummy issues. We get the 6-pack of Purina Pro Plan FortiFlora from Chewy.com on autodelivery so we never run out. Our foods and treats are on autodelivery too. If you haven't tried Chewy.com's autodelivery, we highly recommend it! 
I just want to add that we received a box of Purina Pro Plan FortiFlora for free from Chewy.com in exchange for our honest opinion. This did not influence my review because I'm a Tortie and I do and say whatever I want. 

Have you tried FortiFlora before?

Hope you enjoy your Tortie Tuesday!
Isabella

12 comments:

Kitties Blue said...

We haven't liked any of the dry probiotics but haven't tried this one. Thanks for the review. Six meals a day? Wow! XOCK, angel Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo, Cooper Murphy and Sawyer

Katie Isabella said...

This is expensive, but with every penny because it has helped Katie for two years! They LOVE it, just don't get crazy and totally douse their food with an entire packet. A half a packet is almost too much for a half a small can of Fancy Feast but if you can offer and they eat...that's the name of the game. Ordering on line found me with older packets. 6 months older than the ones I got at the Vet. Don't know what Chewy does, but if the dates are current with what I have now from the Vet...I will get it from Chewy.

Kea said...

I've been sprinkling a very little bit on the boys' canned twice a day, to disguise the taste of supplements, for years now. They both love it. One packet lasts us about 2.5 days, under normal circumstances. (Their other meals, without supplements or meds in them, don't get the FortiFlora, they have to suck it up and eat plain food. Ha.)

♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥ said...

We have had fortiflora in the past when we had sick tummies but not on an ongoing basis. Mom says that is why we get pumpkin every day:) Chewy always has great stuff to keep us all healthy. Great review.

Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

The Island Cats said...

Sometimes the mom uses Fortiflora on our foods to get us to eat more.

Marg said...

That is one great review. We have never tried that but at the moment, we dont have any tummy issues, thank heavens. You all have a great day.

Ann Thompson said...

Gotta love something that's not only good but good for you

pilch92 15andmeowing said...

Glad you liked it. I have gotten it for my cats before and they liked it too.

Summer at sparklecat.com said...

We have some right now for Binga - it's a good go-to probiotic.

The Army of Four said...

We are thankful that we don't need the Fortiflora at the moment. Our great-brother Zimmie used it for a while, and guess what? He used the kind for kit-cats -- it was more effective for him. Mom said that was further proof that some of us Sibes are honorary kit-cats!
Yours sincerely,
Margaret Thatcher

Tails from the Foster Kittens said...

Glad you liked it. It has helped a lot of kitties over the years

Sandy said...

Playing catch up, as I've been away. Cute pictures as always. And now you're a working cat ...look at that in the field of food market research. Most impressive. Do inside kitties have more stomach issues than outside kitties? Since they don't eat grass which allows them to get rid of stuff in there they don't want?

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