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Hill's Science Diet Prescription Diet c/d Multicare Feline Bladder Health Cat Food

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Hill's Science Diet Prescription Diet c/d Multicare Feline Bladder Health Cat Food
 
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5.0

a necessisity

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from USA

Comments about Hill's Science Diet Prescription Diet c/d Multicare Feline Bladder Health Cat Food:

According to my vet this is the only option for my cat with bladder crystals. The cats like the food, and it is obviously a necessity for him since it treats a medical condition. So far he is doing well and his siblings are all to happy to partake with him since it would be impossible to separate them for feedings. Which is really why I hate and love this product. Of course, I want the best for my cats and want to take care of them. However, I do not understand why it has to be so expensive and scarce. This is a prescription food, therefore it is expensive and I have to drive a half hour to my vet to purchase it, because my local feed store is not able to carry it. However, it is fine if the other cats eat it and does them absolutely no harm... Why is it so protected then, and if this is such a common problem in cats why is this the only brand available?

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It is the only option so it must be the best...

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There is one flavor available.

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5.0

Helped save my cat

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from USA

Comments about Hill's Science Diet Prescription Diet c/d Multicare Feline Bladder Health Cat Food:

Without Hill's Science Diet Prescription C/D my cat would not be with us today. My cat first developed crystal that led to blocked urinary track almost 10 years ago. After a stay in the animal hospital and a very large vet bill, he was put on a diet of Science Diet C/D exclusively. This cat food is quite expensive compared to store bought and requires a trip to the vet's office but after trying twice to wean the cat off of it and ending up back at the vet's office, I've realized it is worth the price. I have learned the hard way that my cat cannot live without it. After all these years, he won't eat anything else anymore anyway, not even people food. Hill's Science Diet Prescription C/D is the best option if you find yourself with a cat with a urinary condition. If your veterinarian is recommending Hill's Science Diet Prescription C/D, please listen to them. It could be the best chance at saving your cat's life.

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5.0

Excellent Product to Control Bladder Problems in Cats

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from USA

Comments about Hill's Science Diet Prescription Diet c/d Multicare Feline Bladder Health Cat Food:

One of my cats developed crystal formation in her urine (tiny bladder stones), which was painful and she had to be hospitalized for several days. It's a serious problem and is chronic. My vet prescribed Hills Prescription Diet c/d for her and said she needed to eat nothing but this from now on as it helped prevent the crystals from forming. She's been on this diet for over two years now and hasn't had another episode (except for the one time I fed her regular food for a few weeks). It seems to be working very, very well. She likes the taste, although it doesn't come in the multiple flavors like ordinary cat food. The kibble bits are small so smaller cats don't have any problem chewing them. And it also comes in a soft canned variety, although my cat didn't particularly like that. One problem is that it seems to be higher in calories and she has gained a little weight. But that's less important than controlling her crystal formation. Since I have two cats at home and they both eat out of the same dish, grazing all day, my other cat also eats this. And from what my vet said that's fine - not only will it not harm her it will help keep her from developing urinary problems of her own. I don't know if kittens should be on this product - your vet can tell you. And it's very important not to skip using the c/d - I ran out once and was too lazy to go to the vet's and buy another bag quickly enough. I thought it wouldn't do my cat any harm if she ate regular food for a week or two - I was wrong. She developed more crystals and had to go to the vet for treatment. So don't try to switch back and forth, even if you're uncomfortable with the price of the c/d. It is quite a bit more expensive than regular brands but it's much less expensive than incurring lots of medical bills for your cat's bladder problem. And keeping your cat healthy and pain-free is what's really important. It's also useful for most other urinary tract problems in cats. And Hill's has a money-back guarantee so if your cat won't eat it you can get a refund. And remember - talk to your vet before putting your cat on Hill Prescription c/d diet.

Quality of Ingredients
Ingredients are brewer's rice, chicken, pork fat, corn meal and a wide variety of minerals and vitamins (it's nutritionally designed for bladder health). According to my vet, it's very nutritious. Hills products seem to be top-of-the-line in terms of ingredients. This also has fish oil in it which helps keep a cat's coat shiny.

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For the dry food, I've only found one flavor. My cat likes it.

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