Prescribed by veterinarians, this food is nutrient-rich with antioxidants, fish oil, vitamins and minerals to help promote bladder health.
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116 of 119(97%)customers recommend this product.
Reviews for Hill's(r) Prescription Diet(r) c/d Multicare Feline Bladder Health Cat Food
Review 1 for Hill's(r) Prescription Diet(r) c/d Multicare Feline Bladder Health Cat Food
2/ 5119 reviews
Cats won't eat it. :(
June 5, 2013
What is your gender?F
How many pets do you have?5 or more
How often do you shop at PetSmart?Weekly
1/ 5119 reviews
I recently had a cat develop a UTI. After I had noticed her bleeding I took her to the vet where we discovered she had multiple bladder stones and she had surgery to remove them. In order to keep the stones from returning the vet recommended a prescription diet. So, I bought Hill's Science Diet c/d because it was recommended, and although it may be a nice a quality food the problem is my cats won't eat it. Neither my cat who had the stones or the other cats will eat it. I would leave only that food out in their bowl and they would only eat a few pieces of the kibble a day (the way they handled the wet food was worse). I ended up having to find another food. I had this same problem with the rx kidney food made by Hill's as well.
Pros: high quality
Cons: price, Taste, smell
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