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PURINA Fortiflora Feline

  • 1g Sachet » Pack of 30 £14.50

Fortiflora is a nutritional supplement for cats from the PURINA Veterinary Diets range, known for its top quality, broad spectrum nutrition. Containing active biological cultures of enterococcus faecium probiotics as well as high levels of antioxidants and vitamins, Fortiflora is a safety guaranteed, stable and effect probiotic supplement for the management of diarrhoea in kittens. Fortiflora boasts superb palatability and a unique formulation designed to encourage all-round intestinal health in dogs and cats.

Gastrointestinal tract conditions are commonly seen in pets and are often associated with poor fecal quality. FortiFlora Canine nutritional supplement for dogs and Fortiflora Feline supplement for cats can help to achieve optimum intestinal health, particularly when managing pets which have had their intestinal microflora compromised by antibiotic therapy.


  • Contains guaranteed amounts of live active cultures
  • Proven to promote intestinal health & balance
  • Nutritional supplement for dietary management of cats with diarrhea
  • Promotes a healthy immune system


Animal digest, Enterococcus faecium, brewers dried yeast, L-ascorbyl-2-polyphosphate (source of Vitamin C), Vitamin E supplement, beta-Carotene, zinc proteinate, taurine, salt, manganese proteinate, ferrous sulfate, copper proteinate, calcium iodate, sodium selenite. D-4583.


Crude Protein (Min) 43.0%
Crude Fat (Min) 10.0%
Crude Fiber (Max) 1.0%
Moisture (Max) 5.0%
Microorganisms (Min)
(Enterococcus faecium)*
1 X 108 CFU/g

Feeding guidelines

Feed 1 packet daily mixed with their normal meal, under the supervision of your veterinarian.

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23rd Jan 2017
judy jones
  • VioVet Customer Since: June 2008
  • From: , United Kingdom

I would like to know can I give my cat fortiflora for longer than 30 days?

  • Veterinary Advisor

Fortiflora is a very safe supplement and can be given long term without any problems to maintain optimum intestinal health.

Useful for treating constipation?

14th Jan 2015
Charlotte Reid
  • VioVet Customer Since: October 2011
  • From: Northamptonshire, United Kingdom

My cat has a long term constipation problem and i am trying to find foods and supplements to help her, would this help ease constipation?

  • Non-Executive Director

It might make a slight difference, but it is a long-shot. I would suggest Protexin Pro-fibre should be much better because of the fibre content. Peridale will sometimes help for this too, along with laxatives if it gets too bad. If in doubt, always get your vet to check your cat as constipation can build up very badly in some cats.

Early CKD

8th Jul 2014

My cat has been diagnosed with the start of kidney failure, but I'm struggling to find prescription renal food that she will eat. I read that this can be sprinkled onto food to encourage cats to eat but want to check that it is ok for cats with kidney issues. Thanks.

  • Non-Executive Director

A small amount added to the food should be fine. Fortiflora is high in protein and a reduced protein intake is advised for cats with renal problems, so you should not overdo it. Cats are notoriously fussy at the best of times, so you might not have an easy task whatever you do. Offering just small amounts of food at a time and waiting a few hours before offering anything else is advised. Checking your cat's weight periodically would be a good idea. As long as she is not losing weight, you can persevere with just offering a little at a time and waiting for hunger to encourage her to eat different things. Sometimes you might need to give in and offer some of the older, imperfect food. Do not give very much though, then again offer the prescription food later. Eventually most cats will start to eat different foods if you keep this up, but it is not easy. Prescribed renal foods do work well, so it is worth it in the end.

Side effects

10th May 2014
gail north

are there any side effects with my cat taking this long term if it is needed

  • Non-Executive Director

This is a very safe supplement and can indeed be given long-term if required. It should be completely safe.