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|Top Ingredients||Rice, Anchovy Meal, Hydrolyzed Potato Protein...||Ground Rice, Anchovy Meal, Hydrolyzed Fish Protein...||Ground Rice, Anchovy Meal, Hydrolyzed Fish Protein...||Rice, Hydrolyzed Fish Protein, Hydrolyzed Potato Protein...||Ground Rice, Anchovy Meal, Hydrolyzed Fish Protein...|
|Special Diet||Gluten Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Limited Ingredient Diet...||Gluten Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Limited Ingredient Diet...||Gluten Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Limited Ingredient Diet...||No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Limited Ingredient Diet, Non-GMO...||Gluten Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Limited Ingredient Diet...|
|Health Feature||Urinary Tract Health, Hairball Control, Vitamins & Minerals||Immune Support, Brain Health, Recovery, Vitamins & Minerals||Skin & Coat Health, Itch & Redness Remedy, Sensitive Skin...||Kidney Care, Urinary Tract Health, Heart Care||Digestive Health, Hairball Control, Colic Relief|
|Food Flavor||Seafood & Fish||Seafood & Fish||Seafood & Fish||Seafood & Fish||Seafood & Fish|
My gal who has a serious chicken sensitivity is suffering from struvite crystals which doc said can be fixed with special food. Well, every prescription food and every other urinary tract food contains chicken of some sort. I was super excited to find chicken-free Forza10 on Chewy! And she likes it. So far, so good.
The cats seemed to hate this at first. They usually eat Royal Canin and Hill's Vet Diet, but one of them has developed a chicken sensitivity. I wanted to try to get them away from those heavily chicken based foods. (I also like the fact that I don't need to keep getting vet authorization for this.) I had almost given up on it, but then I made the discovery that both cats really love coconut oil. I decided to try coating the kibble in the oil to see if it made it more appealing, and it worked! I would strongly recommend starting out with the 1 lb bag if your kitty hasn't tried this yet. It is a perfect sample size to determine if your cats will eat this long term or only just at first for the novelty.
For crystal prone cats, this is a good option. Better nutrition than the prescription food, both cats like it.
So far so good. Kitty was having serious eating issues and he initially started eating this and then tried to revolt. I stayed the course and now he’s almost (a few nuggets of old food) from being completely transitioned. I’m hoping this is the end to his 3 lbs of weight loss and a downhill slope now. Transitioned over from Hills prescription diet as they must’ve changed an ingredient which caused this change in him. Will review again in a month or so to see how the urine issues are to make sure it doesn’t make them worse.
When the ER vet would no longer refill Gryf's prescription food, I needed to look for something to replace it. Knock-on-wood, Forza seems to be doing a good job.
This food smells terrible. The cats liked it when I first opened it. Now they won't eat it. Oh well.
At first, the cats tried it because it was new. Now they try to avoid it but eat it if there is nothing else in the bowl. Probably won't order again. They really don't like any of the urinary dry foods.
I’m so glad both of our cats gave in and started eating this new food. It is the best food for them and it’s evident how much healthier they are, after just 2 weeks on this food. We’ve only ever given them quality food but there were issues with all of them, except for this one. It took them 1-2 days to start eating this and a week to fully adjust. Now they’re thriving.
Meep needed to change her diet. She is a very picky and actually accepted Forza10 . Hope it works.
My cat won’t eat it, I wish I had gotten a smaller bag .