Hill's® Prescription Diet® c/d® Multicare Feline with Ocean Fish ..
My cat Patch is currently on the Hills Prescription Diet CD food (wet & dry) as last year he suffered a blockage due to struvite crystals. It was.
When changing kitty food, transition to the new food slowly. Cats can be finicky. Plan on a 7 to 10-day period to introduce the new food. Begin with mixing a little of the new food into the old food. Continue to increase the amount until your kitty has transitioned. Since Hill's C/D is available in wet and dry, you may want to mix in some wet with the dry. Talk with your veterinarian about the amount of food to feed your kitty and make sure water is available at all times. Your kitty should start to feel better with the help of the pet food and your veterinarian's continued monitoring of kitty's condition.
I have been researching a good grain free wet food for my cat who suffers from lower urinary tract disease, borderline diabetes and skin allergies. I am currently feeding him and my 1 year old cat EVO Chicken & Turkey wet plus my problem kitty is on Hills Prescription C/D dry food.
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My fussy cat loves the ocean fish wet food.
The Hills Prescription CD saved my Louie's life! He had to have his bladder drained twice, the Vet Specialist emergency visits were expensive, they wanted over $3000 for surgery and the "regular Vet wasn't any help. Found a new Vet who recommended Hills prescription wet food and anxiety meds. It took a couple weeks for him to eat the food and since my cats only want seafood flavored I also purchased the dry food in ocean fish flavor. Both cats eat the dry and Louie gets the wet food too. It's been 15 months since Louie has had any crystals in his bladder and no signs of any problems! The food is pricey but it will take more than 2 more years for me to have spent the same amount of money as the surgery would have cost! I highly recommend this product!My six year old cat developed a urinary blockage and it was suggested to use Hills CD. I used the wet food and then tried the dry CD for cats. My cat started losing weight/vomiting and was generally tired. He developed diabetes. His blood sugar was 555. Normal for cats is 104-240 I think. I just happened to look at the ingredients on the CD dry food and it had 35% carbs!!! My research began and found out cats should NOT be eating carbs as they are strictly carnivores. Long story short, I feed him a pure meat diet from a cat food you cannot find in the box stores. No more diabetes! It's been 5 months now and I still check his sugar once a month. No problems at all. His blood sugar is normal! He had tremendous energy and his coat is soooo silky. I blame Hill's Science Diet for this. What a racket!My cat was recently diagnosed with crystals in his urine and the vet prescribed Hill's Prescription Diet s/d formula for the next 8 weeks, followed by the c/d formula permanently. The vet said to feed him only the wet food, and my cat is a much bigger fan of his dry food. Is there something I can add to make the food taste better for my cat? Or is there another brand that he might like better that also has the dry formula?My two Maine Coons have been on Hill's c/d Multicare for over 7 years. We started with the dry. As they got older and couldn't handle dry food anymore, our Vet switched them to wet food. For many years, they ate the large can of Chicken. Just this summer, they weren't eating. They started picking at their food. I started to see weight loss. Concerned, I spoke with my Vet. I tried the Chicken & Vegetable Stew. What a difference! They actually finish their breakfast and dinner. And, they ask for more. The only problem is it is beyond expensive to feed them now. You are charging the same price for these little cans as the big cans. I don't understand. I go thru more than one case per week for two large cats. As a pet owner, I feel as if I'm backed against a wall here. I want healthy elderly cats yet the new food is so very over priced. Please ... please make this particular food in the larger can. I even tried mixing a can of the stew with a can of the regular chicken. No go! They're smart. Please ... larger can!