Hill's Science Diet Feline Senior
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Rating: 3.9

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(3.9 out of 5, based on 33 reviews)

Just as humans have a Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) of nutrients to stay healthy, pets have an RDA* too. That's why Science Diet® products are the first and only pet food with Advanced RDA System™ nutrition. This approach delivers an unsurpassed nutritional balance of protein, fat, vitamins and minerals to help keep your pet healthy. Most cats over six years should be fed Feline Senior™ brand cat food. It's specifically formulated with low magnesium and proper sodium, phosphorus, fat, fiber, protein, vitamin and mineral levels to promote health and vitality. It also helps maintain proper weight; a healthy skin and coat; bright, clear eyes; and strong muscles, bones and teeth; - all signs of your cat's good health. And, Feline Senior™ is highly digestible. That means maximum nutritional benefits from each feeding with reduced feeding costs and less stool clean-up. Veterinarian's #1 Choice For Their Own Pets: All Science Diet® pet foods are scientifically formulated by veterinary nutritionists. And for healthy pets, veterinarians recommend and feed Science Diet® more than any other pet food. Great Taste Your Cat Will Love: Your cat will love Feline Senior™ or we buy it back! The Right Formulation For Your Cat: Feline Senior™ is available in dry and canned. Canned varieties allow you to choose the taste your older cat likes best. Choose from Beef Formula or Turkey Formula. For cats with other needs, Hill's has just the right product for their unique lifestages, body types or lifestyles. If you have questions about the right formula for your cat, ask your veterinarian or call Hill's Dietary Consultants at 1-800-445-5777.
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Gail
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Rating: 5

Vet recommended, all ages of cats like it

posted 5 years ago

My older cat has been eating this for over seven years. When I adopted another cat that was supposed to be about one-year old, I tried to feed the two cats separately. The younger cat would only eat the food that the older cat ate so I just bought the Senior diet and the vet said that it was fine. The younger cat gained 6 pounds eating this the first year I had her.

Pros: doesn't smell,

Cons: a little expensive

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Betty W.
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Rating: 5

Great food for senior cats

posted 5 years ago

My old cats loved this food. The small pellets made it easy for my abby who had no teeth to just lap them up. The had nice shiney coats and maintained their weights well.

Pros: palatable diet, small nugget size easy to eat

Cons: naone

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