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Most cats get all the nutrients they need from a regular cat food diet, but there are special situations when your feline friend may need a boost—that’s where liquid vitamins for cats come in.
“The key point is that most cats consuming a complete and balanced diet probably have a better-balanced diet than most humans,” says Dr. Sherry Sanderson, with the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine, in this PetMD article on vitamins for cats. She and other experts suggest going easy on supplements and, in particular, not giving multiple supplements as the ingredients may overlap and result in too high a dosage. The vets at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine recommend that you never give your cat a supplement without a veterinarian’s approval.