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Hill's Prescription Diet C/D Feline
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Dee R.
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Rating: 5

Feline Urinary Syndrome - This food saved my cat's life!

posted 6 years ago

My cat, Max, was diagnosed with Feline Urinary Syndrome and blockage of his urethra due to crystal formations from this disease. He was less than a year old when this began. He became very sick and lethargic, and was urinating everywhere except in his litter box.

After 2 visits to the Emergency Vet, he was diagnosed properly and I was referred to a terrific Vet who treated Max for his symptoms and then recommended that he follow a strict diet of the Hills Prescription C/D food. He informed me that over the counter food usually contained too much ash and added to the formation of crystals in the urine.

Within a month or so, Max was feeling so much better and he completely recovered. He was back to being that playful little kitty I had come to love so much.

It has now been 4 years, and Max is still eating the C/D diet and loves it. He has been healthy and happy and symptom-free for all these years. No more accidents outside the litter box either.

He loves the taste of the dry C/D, as well as the moist C/D food. The fact that this food is a "prescription " diet means that I can only buy it at the Vet's office and it is a little pricey, for sure. But paying for surgeries and frequent vet bills are so much more of an expensive, if you think about it!

I wouldn't trust my cat's health to anything else!!

Pros: No more emergency vet visits due to urinary crystals!

Cons: a little pricey

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Roz A.
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Rating: 5

The right food for bladder and urinary tract

posted 5 years ago

Our Gabe developed large stones in his bladder (with the aid of X-rays) two and a half years ago after being diagnosed with what the vet thought was urinary tract infections. He had surgery to remove the stones and was placed on the C/D diet, which he has been on ever since. Gabe is over 5 and has been doing well since. Our other cat, the fabulous Buster, also eats this food and is doing well. The C/D recipe was changed a while back to C/D Mulitcare, which treats both kinds of urinary crystals.

Pros: Helps to maintain a healthy urinary tract

Cons: 10 pound bag expensive; better to purchase the 20 pound bag

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Brenda E.
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Rating: 5

Urinary help in a food

posted 6 years ago

this is a great food if your cat is prone to urinary infections. Struvite crystals, and oxilate (sp) can cause extreme pain (block males) and this food is really good after a diagnosis is made by your vet.

Pros: helps control urinary stones

Cons: vet sold only

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Blackie1
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Rating: 5

Does the job

posted 5 years ago

We've used this when our male cats developed urinary blockages from commercial foods. Switching to this, and then easing into a special commercial formula, solved the problem.

Pros: helps with urinary problems

Cons: none

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DawnG01
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Rating: 3

Cat didn't like it

posted 6 years ago

My cat would not eat this...

But sc fluids did help a lot. Plus buying alternative food recommended by a competent pet food store.

Pros: Great food for UTI

Cons: Finicky kitty

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