Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 104
Rated 4 out of 5
by fsoetekouw Are my cats worth it?
I originally had my Ragdoll cat on Orijen cat food. From my research, Orijenis a good product and my cat loved it. However, the cat started having asthma spells and medicine did not improve the condition. This is where the Royal Canine food comes in. The vet thought that maybe a ingredient in the Orijen product (there are many) could be causing a reaction in the cat and suggested trying a hypoallergenic food. I just started giving the cat this food this week, so I can't say yet if it is working in reducing the asthma spells; However, I can say that the cat loves the taste. This is good and bad. The bad is that the cat is eating more and the product is relatively expensive. Almost 1 1/2 times as much as Orijen; BUT if the product helps his asthma spells, then the product may be worth the cost.
September 22, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by sophislave Product helps our cat from over grooming
This food was prescribed by our vet to help our cat decrease over grooming. She does not groom to the point of baring her skin and creating lesions. But it is an all soy mix and she is hungry for meat. She is a carnivore afterall. She has started jumping up onto the kitchen counter and has taken a pork chop once and bacon another time off the stove. We need to hide any portions we do not take.
September 18, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Amanda21 Solved our problems!
My cat has skin allergies and this is the first food she has been on that she enjoys and that is keeping in condition under control. I am hoping RC will make a wet food that is hydrolyzed as well since I do not really like only feeding dry.
September 23, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Simsim Very happy!
Easiest transition I've ever had with a new cat food, no diarrhea, no vomit & a month later still no smelly poop! Plus the one cat who was over grooming himself to the point of bleeding has new fur grown in! Yah!!
September 24, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by Teakiwi They're eating it.
While this is not what I'd choose to feed, I have a kitten with chronic diarrhea, and my vet has run every test and tried every treatment until we're down to the possibility of a food allergy, IBD, or cancer - all of which are uncommon in kittens. The food allergy being the most likely of the three, we're trying an elimination diet. Started with the Hills z/d and she wouldn't eat it, but seems to like this better - as does my other cat who eats some of this by default. It's insanely expensive, and I question it's nutritional value, but if it will help my kitten then so be it. Bottom line - seems to be more palatable than the alternative.
August 31, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Philcat Helped my cat!
This is the ONLY thing my cat can eat without getting big open sores on her. She has been eating it for about a year now and she feels like a soft angora bunny! Just wish it wasn't so expensive. Would love it if they made it in canned/wet food.
September 10, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by chunky expensive but worth it
I have an old boy (17+) that thinks he is still a kitten. This food has saved his kidneys, his pancreas and he is within normal limits with his blood sugar. He is monitored every 6 months but for the last 3 years on Royal Canin - no episodes of pain and discomfort. He is a big baby so everyone knows when he does not feel well. Having Chewy deliver to my door just makes my life so much easier - and he has a new box to sleep in every few months. Thank you!
September 8, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by killjoy86 cats like it
My cat had diarrhea for weeks and nothing stopping -put her on this food as requested by he vet and she had done wonders.
September 16, 2016