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Hill's Science Diet Adult Tender Chicken Dinner Canned Cat Food By Hill's Science Diet

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Hill's Science Diet Adult Tender Chicken Dinner Canned Cat Food

A perfect balance of the delicious taste of tender roasted chicken chunks in gravy your cat will love, with the precise nutrition she needs.  Hill's Science Diet cat foods are made with high quality ingredients that provide an ideal combination of nutrients for superior overall health. 150 veterinarians, PhD nutritionists and scientists ensure that over 50 nutrients in Hill's Science Diet cat foods work together and fall precisely within appropriate ranges, avoiding nutrient excesses and deficiencies that can impact your cat's long term health.

Recommended For:
Adult cats 1-6 years of age

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Item Number 52755
Brand
  • Science Diet
Form
  • Canned Food
Country of Origin
  • United States
Lifestage
  • Adult

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Hill's Science Diet Adult Tender Chicken Dinner Canned Cat Food Customer Reviews

Hill's Science Diet Adult Tender Chicken Dinner Canned Cat Food 3.5 5 2 2
Recommended for cats with kidney issues I did some research and found that this product is lower in protein and phosphorous and is recommended for cats with early stage kidney problems. My cat Babbage is in this predicament and he stopped eating his prescription food so I thought I'd try this, since it's something that all my cats can eat. At first all but one gobbled it up, but as the month has gone on, the rest of them have been eating less and less of it, except for Babbage, who loves to eat! So while I won't be buying another case of it, if you have a cat with renal problems this would be a good product to try. June 8, 2013
Quality Cat food equals happy and health cats Switched few years ago from other less expensive brand name to Hill's Science diet. I've noticed a significant improvement in their fur coats and overall health. Less shedding, less fur balls, better bowel movements. February 22, 2014
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