Hill's Science Diet Adult Grain-Free Tuna Entree Canned Cat Food, 2.9-oz, case of 24
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Hill's Science Diet Adult Grain-Free Tuna Entree is a delicious, minced entree with tasty vegetables that provides perfectly balanced nutrition for your adult cat.
- Recommended for adult cats 1-6 years of age
- Grain-free recipe
- High-quality protein to build and maintain lean muscle
- Natural fiber from carrots and green peas to promote healthy digestion
- Vitamins C & E from cranberries to support bladder health and a strong immune system
- No artificial flavors or preservatives
- Made in the USA!
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Customer Ratings & Reviews
Rated 2 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 2 out of 5 by SeaStar More Like a Pate Than Minced My cats have always liked Science Diet and tuna is the male's favorite. I wanted them to be on a grain-free diet for health and searched for a food that was minced or chunks as they HATE a pate consistency. I was excited to try this flavor as they like so many of the Science Diet flavors, but most aren't grain free. However, this is more a pate consistency and they won't eat it because of that. The picture on the can and the minced label are very misleading. My cats like the smell of it and take a lick or two, so they might have liked it if it weren't a pate, so I gave it two stars. For the confusing labeling, it should be less than one star, though. November 5, 2015
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