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Blue Buffalo Natural Veterinary Diet K+M Kidney + Mobility Support Grain-Free Canned Cat Food

Blue Buffalo Natural Veterinary Diet K+M Kidney + Mobility Support Grain-Free Canned Cat Food

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    Cat is okay with it

    By Kittay on Jan 5, 2020

    This food is on rotation along with the Purina, KD and Hills Kidney can foods for my cat. My cat loves the dry kibble version of this food. He is okay with this wet version which is actually very dry for wet food. I mix it with bone broth by Stella and Chewy to make it more like a regular pate and This food is on rotation along with the Purina, KD and Hills Kidney can foods for my cat. My cat loves the dry kibble version of this food. He is okay with this wet version which is actually very dry for wet food. I mix it with bone broth by Stella and Chewy to make it more like a regular pate and sprinkle some of the dry food on top and sometimes he eats a lot of it and sometimes he just eats a bit. I'd say he likes it just as much as the Purina, KD and Hills kidney foods (which is to say he doesn't love it but will eat enough of it to satisfy his hunger). … more

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    Good quality-strange texture

    By Laura33 on Jul 31, 2019

    Recommended, with reservations. Our cat had been prescribed a different renal food, and wouldn't eat it once the transition got to 100%. I did some research, and found this Blue food. I felt good about the ingredients in this food, as we had been feeding him grain-free previously, and no by-products Recommended, with reservations. Our cat had been prescribed a different renal food, and wouldn't eat it once the transition got to 100%. I did some research, and found this Blue food. I felt good about the ingredients in this food, as we had been feeding him grain-free previously, and no by-products. The vet went ahead and provided a Rx for us to try. Our cat would eat it, but I had to mash it up, as the pieces of carrots and sweet potatoes are rather large and abundant. As others have mentioned, the texture of this food is rather strange. The best way I can describe it is that it's exactly like canned refried beans. This in a way was great for our cat, as he only has 2 teeth left. But I would have to add a bit of water to cut down on the sticky, gooey texture. We made it through about a case-and-a-half before changing vets, and trying yet another renal food he recommended that it turns out our cat REALLY likes! I would definitely recommend trying to get a sample from a vet to try before committing to an entire case. It's a very unique canned food in texture. Some may not like it. … more

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Cat is okay with it

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    This food is on rotation along with the Purina, KD and Hills Kidney can foods for my cat. My cat loves the dry kibble version of this food. He is okay with this wet version which is actually very dry for wet food. I mix it with bone broth by Stella and Chewy to make it more like a regular pate and sprinkle some of the dry food on top and sometimes he eats a lot of it and sometimes he just eats a bit. I'd say he likes it just as much as the Purina, KD and Hills kidney foods (which is to say he doesn't love it but will eat enough of it to satisfy his hunger).

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Cats seem to like it!

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    My cats seem to like it - it needs to be "mushed" because it is pretty 'solid' wet food. I got it because of the cranberry in it for the UTIs that my female older cat seems to get. Time will tell if it helps - this is a new product for her.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Loves it..........

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    My cat, MeiLing, loves this................................

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Healthy and cat loves it

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    Prescription foods are so hard to find the right one that your cat will actually eat. This is one that both my cats love. It is a little thick, so I do add some water to make it easier for my cats to eat. This is the best brand and I have tried them all.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Sweet Potatoes Harmful

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    To cats on a daily basis. Why do they sell this? Blue Buffalo sucks. I used to feed my cat their dry food. Turns out they are garbage and there was a lawsuit. He now has KD.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    No cats will eat this

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    My kidney kitty absolutely refuses to eat this no matter how many times I try to sneak it in. I’ve tried with other renal kitties I pet sit for and none like it. In fact, one cat that did like it, vomited from it. Unfortunately a thumbs down from all cats.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Good quality-strange texture

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    Recommended, with reservations. Our cat had been prescribed a different renal food, and wouldn't eat it once the transition got to 100%. I did some research, and found this Blue food. I felt good about the ingredients in this food, as we had been feeding him grain-free previously, and no by-products. The vet went ahead and provided a Rx for us to try. Our cat would eat it, but I had to mash it up, as the pieces of carrots and sweet potatoes are rather large and abundant. As others have mentioned, the texture of this food is rather strange. The best way I can describe it is that it's exactly like canned refried beans. This in a way was great for our cat, as he only has 2 teeth left. But Recommended, with reservations. Our cat had been prescribed a different renal food, and wouldn't eat it once the transition got to 100%. I did some research, and found this Blue food. I felt good about the ingredients in this food, as we had been feeding him grain-free previously, and no by-products. The vet went ahead and provided a Rx for us to try. Our cat would eat it, but I had to mash it up, as the pieces of carrots and sweet potatoes are rather large and abundant. As others have mentioned, the texture of this food is rather strange. The best way I can describe it is that it's exactly like canned refried beans. This in a way was great for our cat, as he only has 2 teeth left. But I would have to add a bit of water to cut down on the sticky, gooey texture. We made it through about a case-and-a-half before changing vets, and trying yet another renal food he recommended that it turns out our cat REALLY likes! I would definitely recommend trying to get a sample from a vet to try before committing to an entire case. It's a very unique canned food in texture. Some may not like it. … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    he likes it!

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    Having just gotten a diagnosis of kidney issues with our cat Bruno, we were hopeful that this food would work, because the ingredients in the other cat foods for kidney support, that are sold through our vet, do not appear to be of high quality. Bruno didn't like this food the first day, but by the second day, he was all in. I find the texture to be very thick, so I thin the cat food with warm water until it makes a smooth, loose paste.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Finicky cat won't eat it

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    My cat is extremely finicky, and I've tried most major high quality normal foods and he rejects them. Since his diagnosis with Chronic Kidney Disease, I've tried this and one other brand, tried warming the can in warm water, put tuna juice and canned cooked chicken broth on it, did the 25% new with 75% old....no matter what, he walks away from it. He loves the Blue Buffalo dry version of this, so I thought he would like this also, but he won't eat it. He has been fed Blue Buffalo as his normal diet for years, and they are a great company...but this product was not appealing to him. I gave the case of this and the other brand to my veterinarian to give to someone in need. I did order the Epakitin My cat is extremely finicky, and I've tried most major high quality normal foods and he rejects them. Since his diagnosis with Chronic Kidney Disease, I've tried this and one other brand, tried warming the can in warm water, put tuna juice and canned cooked chicken broth on it, did the 25% new with 75% old....no matter what, he walks away from it. He loves the Blue Buffalo dry version of this, so I thought he would like this also, but he won't eat it. He has been fed Blue Buffalo as his normal diet for years, and they are a great company...but this product was not appealing to him. I gave the case of this and the other brand to my veterinarian to give to someone in need. I did order the Epakitin oral powder and mix that with his normal food, that is a phosphate binder and he eats his normal wet food, but only eats the Blue Buffalo K+M Veterinarian for his dry food. Hope this helps. … more

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Finicky cats

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    Didn’t not like it at all, had to toss it out, the worst part I can’t return it for a partial credit.

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