Probiotics for Cats Review
"These Probiotics seem to work great for my cat! I have only used it for a few weeks and both of my cats have much better stools. One cat is paraplegic and had horrible stools for years. Nothing worked. This helped immensely and my cat has more energy!"
- Christine R, California 10/15/2010
"Knock on wood, but so far this probiotic really seems to helping my one cat who had bouts or diarrhea and my other who had constant gas... I am very pleased! My cat is so healthy!"
- Donna, Circleville, OH
Probiotics for cats support your immune and digestive health!
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- Control yeast growth and infections
- Promote healthy digestion & elimination
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- Guaranteed stable probiotics will survive stomach acid & digestion
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Customer: JR D., California USA
Cat: Misty, cat had stomach problems
"something that ACTUALLY works! This was the total answer to my cat's tummy problems! I've tried diet changes, feeding schedule changes, additives - EVERYTHING - but this was what she needed all along - I saw results within a couple of days. We couldn't be happier!!"
"...Highly recommend it for cats!"
Customer: Regina, New York USA
Cat: Tiger, cat had yeast issues, skin issues, bad digestion
"I am 100% cat lover and when we started using these probiotics for our cat we saw incredible results! Skin and coat look amazing and no more problems with diarrhea or bad stools. Also, he's been very healthy, no trips to the vet in a LONG time!"
"The perfect product for cats..."
Customer: Margaret N., Florida USA
Cat: Dutchess, yeast infections and allergies, itchy skin
"I had no idea that probiotics for cats worked such great results. I've tried so many things with my older cat, vitamins and everything, but just by adding the probiotics made all the difference in her health! Thank you!!"
1. Is Probiotic Miracle™ just for sick cats?
It has been said that probiotics are more important than vitamins and should be taken daily! Senior cats will definitely benefit from probiotic supplementation since healthy bacteria production is reduced in older age. However, kittens should include a probiotic supplement in their diets as a wellness program to ward off infections and reduce the chance of developing allergies later in life. The intestine is your cat's largest immune system organ, help support it the healthy way with probiotics.
2. What makes Probiotic Miracle the best choice for my cat?
Probiotic Miracle™ is a concentrated probiotic formula that combines the latest research and clinical studies into one powerful formula. The probiotic strains in Probiotic Miracle have been selected specifically for the health needs cats. The probiotics in this formula are clinically proven to be able to pass through the stomach acid and bile to implant into the cat's intestine where the bacteria goes to work and multiply hundred fold. Probiotic Miracle is a concentrated formula that contains more CFUs per serving than other brands; this increases value and benefit to your cat.
3. Will my cat eat their food with Probiotic Miracle added?
Probiotic Miracle has virtually no taste! Also, since our probiotic formula contains no fillers, your cat is unlikely to be able to detect anything is added to the food. The probiotic powder attaches well to dry or wet food when mixed.
4. Are there any side effects?
The probiotics strains contained in Probiotic Miracle have no known side effects for cats.
5. If my cat is on medication, can I safely use this formula?
It is safe to supplement probiotics with medication and RECOMMENDED ESPECIALLY for cats on medication. There are no known drug interactions and the ingredients do not alter the action of any medications. In fact, since antibiotics can actually wreak havoc on your cat’s immune system, taking probiotics along with medications can positively affect cat health.
6. Are the Probiotics in my cat's food enough probiotics for my cat?
Likely the probiotics contained in cat foods are not available nutritionally. To read a third party study on probiotic cat food click here.
7. I already give my cat a multi-vitamin, why take probiotics in addition?
Multivitamins provide general nutritional support to the body but only if you have enough good bacteria in your body to allow for absorption. Probiotic Miracle™ help support the body in cleaning out the cat's system of toxins and improve nutrient absorption. It is becoming recognized by veterinarians all over the world that probiotics are an important addition to every cat's diet.
8. Can I give Probiotic Miracle™ to my kittens?
Yes! In fact, probiotic supplementation is recommended for kittens for their developing immune systems. Probiotic supplementation has been found to support the immune system and help the cat to avoid developing allergies in later years.
9. My cat is allergic to yeast and gluten, can I use this formula?
Probiotic Miracle™ contains no yeast or gluten.
11. Is it necessary to refrigerate Probiotic Miracle™?
Probiotic Miracle™ requires no refrigeration to maintain label claim potency. We guarantee 2 BILLION CFUs per 2 scoop serving at the time of expiration. Refrigeration or even freezing is not necessary but it will prolong potency if kept longer.
12. Can I give Probiotic Miracle to my dog also?
Yes! Probiotic Miracle is an ideal probiotics for dogs or cats.
Guaranteed Analysis & Ingredients
Standard Serving Size: 1 Scoops (approx 1/8 tsp)
Servings per container 44g: 120
Servings per container 132g: 360
- Proprietary probiotic blend 1 Billion CFU*
(B. animalis, L. acidophilus, L. rhamnosus, L. salivarius, L. fermentum, L. reuteri, Inulin (FOS, prebiotic))
- *Maximum servings per container when dosing 1 scoop per serving
Other Ingredients: Magnesium stearate
- *Servings per container when dosing 1 scoop per serving. 1 Billion CFUs per 1 scoop serving is guaranteed at expiration of product. This product contains stable strains of live bacteria and may be stored at room temperature without loss of efficacy. For extended life, store in the refrigerator or freezer. Keep lid closed securely.
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Probiotics for Cats
Feeding Directions: Add 1/8 tsp (1 scoop) of Probiotic Miracle to cat food daily. Probiotic Miracle® attaches well to dry or wet cat food when mixed and has virtually no taste. For sensitive cats, start with half the suggested dose and increase to the full amount after 1 week. For best results, use with Enzyme Miracle™ to provide complete digestive support for your cat.Feeding Guidelines
- Under 50 lbs 1 scoop (approx 1/8 tsp)
- For use as a dietary supplement only. This product is not intended to cure, prevent, diagnose, lessen, or mitigate any disease. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
- Manufactured for Nusentia
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- Made in the USA
Fabriqué aux É-U
- Does not contain wheat, soy, dairy, or other known allergens
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CItes and References
Am J Vet Res. 2006 Jun;67(6):1005-12. Effects of Lactobacillus acidophilus DSM13241 as a probiotic in healthy adult cats. Marshall-Jones ZV, Baillon ML, Croft JM, Butterwick RF. Source Waltham Centre for Pet Nutrition, Waltham-on-the-Wolds, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, LE14 4RT, UK.
Abstract OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the effect of dietary supplementation with the probiotic strain Lactobacillus acidophilus DSM13241 in healthy adult cats.
ANIMALS: 15 adult cats.
PROCEDURES: Cats were fed a nutritionally complete dry food for 5 weeks. Fecal character was assessed daily, and a single fecal sample and 3-mL blood sample were collected for bacterial enumeration and hematologic analysis, respectively. Cats were then fed the same diet supplemented with L acidophilus DSM13241 (2 x 10(8) CFU/d) for 4.5 weeks. Repeat fecal and hematologic measurements were taken prior to the return to control diet for a 4-week period.
RESULTS: The probiotic species was recovered from feces, demonstrating survival through the feline gastrointestinal tract. Probiotic supplementation was associated with increased numbers of beneficial Lactobacillus and L acidophilus groups in feces and decreased numbers of Clostridium spp and Enterococcus faecalis, indicating an altered bacterial balance in the gastrointestinal tract microflora. Fecal pH was also decreased suggesting a colonic environment selective for the beneficial lactic acid bacterial population. Systemic and immunomodulatory effects were associated with administration of L acidophilus DSM13241 including altered cell numbers within WBC subsets and enhanced phagocytic capacity in the peripheral granulocyte population. In addition, plasma endotoxin concentrations were decreased during probiotic feeding, and RBCs had a decreased susceptibility to osmotic pressure.
CONCLUSIONS AND CLINICAL RELEVANCE: Probiotic strain L acidophilus DSM13241 fed at 2 x 10(8) CFU/d can alter the balance of gastrointestinal microflora in healthy cats. Furthermore, administration of this probiotic results in beneficial systemic and immunomodulatory effects in cats.
J Nutr. 2004 Aug;134(8 Suppl):2022S-2026S. Bacteria in the gut: friends and foes and how to alter the balance. Rastall RA. Source: Food and Bioprocessing Sciences Group, School of Food Biosciences, University of Reading, Whiteknights, Reading, RG6 6AP, UK. email@example.com
The activities of the bacteria resident in the colon of companion animals can have an impact upon the health of the host. Our understanding of this microbial ecosystem is presently increasing due to the development of DNA-based microbiological tools that allow identification and enumeration of nonculturable microorganisms. These techniques are changing our view of the bacteria that live in the gut, and they are facilitating dietary-intervention approaches to modulate the colonic ecosystem. This is generally achieved by the feeding of either live bacteria (probiotics) or nondigestible oligosaccharides (prebiotics) that selectively feed the indigenous probiotics. Feeding studies with a Lactobacillus acidophilus probiotic have shown positive effects on carriage of Clostridium spp. in canines and on recovery from Campylobacter spp. infection in felines. Immune function was improved in both species. Prebiotic feeding studies with lactosucrose and fructo-oligosaccharides in both cats and dogs have shown positive effects on the microflora balance. Recently synbiotic forms (a probiotic together with a prebiotic) targeted at canines have been developed that show promise as dietary-intervention tools.
3 Jan;74(1):90-5. doi: 10.2460/ajvr.74.1.90. Effect of feeding a selected combination of galacto-oligosaccharides and a strain of Bifidobacterium pseudocatenulatum on the intestinal microbiota of cats. Biagi G, Cipollini I, Bonaldo A, Grandi M, Pompei A, Stefanelli C, Zaghini G. Source: Department of Veterinary Medical Sciences, University of Bologna, Ozzano Emilia, Italy. firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract OBJECTIVE:To evaluate the growth kinetics of a strain of Bifidobacterium pseudocatenulatum (BP) on 4 oligo- or polysaccharides and the effect of feeding a selected probiotic-prebiotic combination on intestinal microbiota in cats.
ANIMALS: 10 healthy adult cats.
PROCEDURES: Growth kinetics of a strain of cat-origin BP (BP-B82) on fructo-oligosaccharides, galacto-oligosaccharides (GOS), lactitol, or pectins was determined, and the combination of GOS and BP-B82 was selected. Cats received supplemental once-daily feeding of 1% GOS-BP-B82 (10(10) CFUs/d) for 15 days; fecal samples were collected for analysis the day before (day 0) and 1 and 10 days after the feeding period (day 16 and 25, respectively).
RESULTS: Compared with the prefeeding value, mean fecal ammonia concentration was significantly lower on days 16 and 25 (288 and 281 μmol/g of fecal dry matter [fDM], respectively, vs 353 μmol/g of fDM); fecal acetic acid concentration was higher on day 16 (171 μmol/g of fDM vs 132 μmol/g of fDM). On day 16, fecal concentrations of lactic, n-valeric, and isovaleric acids (3.61, 1.52, and 3.55 μmol/g of fDM, respectively) were significantly lower than on days 0 (5.08, 18.4, and 6.48 μmol/g of fDM, respectively) and 25 (4.24, 17.3, and 6.17 μmol/g of fDM, respectively). A significant increase in fecal bifidobacteria content was observed on days 16 and 25 (7.98 and 7.52 log(10) CFUs/g of fDM, respectively), compared with the prefeeding value (5.63 log(10) CFUs/g of fDM).
CONCLUSIONS AND CLINICAL RELEVANCE: Results suggested that feeding 1% GOS-BP-B82 combination had some positive effects on the intestinal microbiota in cats.