Hill's Science Diet Kitten Homestyle Chicken Supper Canned Cat Food, 2.9-oz, case of 24
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Hill's Science Diet Kitten Homestyle Chicken Supper is made with natural ingredients like real chicken and brown rice, carrots and spinach in a delicious sauce.
- Recommended for kittens from weaning to 1 year and pregnant or nursing cats
- Added vitamins, minerals and amino acids
- High-quality protein for lean muscles
- Fiber to support healthy digestion for happy tummies
- Made in the USA!
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Customer Ratings & Reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Barb38 Solved our cat problems The breeder of our Bengal kitten told us about Royal Canin and we found Chewy.com on the internet. We are so glad we did as it has solved a lot of our problems as far as quick orders at good prices and excellent products. We travel often and the cats are always with us. Thanks for your excellent service. June 9, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by draconismoi Good Transition I was feeding my kittens kibble until the vet recommended I transition them off kibble and to a grain-free canned food diet. They were resistant to the grain free options, but loved the science diet canned food - particularly because this one is chunky (much like the kibble was). Once they've gotten used to the all wet food diet, I'll be able to work them towards grain free. The only downside is how tiny the cans are. With two kittens I am going through an obscene number of cans per day. January 15, 2015
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