|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||New: Water Sufficient For Processing, Lamb Lung, Chicken...||Water Sufficient For Processing, Salmon, Icelandic Fish (Cod...||Water Sufficient For Processing, Salmon, Icelandic Fish (Cod...||New: Water Sufficient For Processing, Salmon, Chicken...||Deboned Rabbit, Water, Rabbit Liver...|
|Food Flavor||Lamb, Chicken, Poultry, Meat||Salmon, Seafood & Fish||Salmon, Seafood & Fish||Salmon, Seafood & Fish||Rabbit, Meat|
|Special Diet||Gluten Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Non-GMO...||Gluten Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Non-GMO...||Gluten Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Non-GMO...||Gluten Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Sensitive Digestion...||Limited Ingredient Diet, Grain-Free, Sensitive Digestion...|
|Health Feature||Kidney Care, Heart Care, Urinary Tract Health||Urinary Tract Health, Immune Support, Vitamins & Minerals||Skin & Coat Health, Itch & Redness Remedy, Sensitive Skin...||Digestive Health, Colic Relief, Appetite Stimulation||Sensitive Skin, Skin & Coat Health|
My 16 year old cat was diagnosed with early stage kidney disease and the vet prescribed a wet food for him that he would not eat. I've always fed him premium food with no grains or by products and the vet prescribed food was chock full of both. He lost 1 lb of weight until I found this food. He is gobbling it up and is gaining his weight back. If you have a cat with kidney disease, get this food. My vet even agreed this was fine.
My cat with kidney disease was really loving this food. We bought it many times over. But this recent case I purchased has changed. The packaging is different and so is the food itself. It no longer has the little white pieces of rice or whatever it was in it and the color is darker. It apparently tastes different because I now have to struggle to get him to eat it and I have started sharing it with his sister who does not have a kidney issue and even she is not crazy about it. I think I will forgo buying it in the future.
The good: My 17 year old cat with renal disease and food allergies can eat this food, and he loves it even with meds mixed in. His labs have actually improved and held steady since switching from prescription food to the Forza 10 renal. We'll be sticking with it as long as labs come back looking good. The bad: I thought two cans/day would be enough for my 14lb cat. He lost significant weight, though, and he's now eating 3 cans and has gained weight but is still thin. The cost at about $6/day adds up and is extremely expensive. The ugly: It's so, so smelly and my cat now has room-clearing farts. There seem to be significant differences in color and texture between batches. There are lots of little bone fragments which are unnerving.
I have been using the prescription Hill's diet for kidney problems and my cat would intermittently get turned off by it and stop eating. I decided to try this one when Hill's was on back order. So this 20 year old cat actually runs across the room when I put a bowl down now. He really loves it. I was hesitant since some of the reviews mentioned cats that wouldn't touch it but my little guy is thrilled.
"Recently we just had to find a different wet food for one of my cats since her go-to brand was suddenly making her sick. We had already been feeding her the Forza10 dry kibble for renal support for a little over 3 years (after my baby was diagnosed with stage 1 kidney disease). We were also dealing with a suspected chicken allergy so my vet and I decided to try the Forza10 dry kibble bits because they didn't contain any chicken or chicken by products. Even though this wet food version of renal support contains chicken we decided to risk it. And you know what? Best decision I've ever made (well, besides the original dry food switch). On the medical side, my cat gets bi-annual blood checks and her levels not only tested in the healthy range but have stayed that was for the three years she's been on this brand's food. As for the chicken allergy we suspected, well we must have been wrong because the chicken in this wet food not only doesn't trigger it but has improved her symptoms. The wet food itself has a gelatinous texture that reminds me of those creepy 60s jello creations. You can see the chunks of meat and you can instantly smell how meat-heavy it is the moment you open it. To say the least my cat, who already loved wet food more than her dry, is obsessed with it. All cats are different, of course, so there is always a chance your cats might turn their nose up when offered this. And for the price that would obviously sting. However I would whole heartedly recommend giving it a try."
I have a picky eater who was recently diagnosed with kidney disease. She easily tires of eating one type of food. I have added this into her rotation of wet food. This is a nice option when needing a variety to choose. Packaging is minimal for those looking to reduce waste, which is nice too.
After reading the positive reviews on this food, I decided to try it for my young cat with kidney failure because he didn't seem to like the Blue Buffalo prescription food that I've been feeding him. I am so glad I did! My kitty gobbles up this food and he's actually starting to put weight on now. I might try reintroducing the Blue Buffalo food in the future, but for now I'm letting my kitty enjoy the feast. I'm so happy that he's gaining weight and not constantly crying because he's hungry.
My cat has a kidney problem and thought I would try this. Healthy ingredients, comes out easy, no mess or unpleasant smell. Cat gets bored with the same ole same ole. Would like to see different flavors by this company.
Loved it at first. Then after 6 weeks hates it. She will not eat it anymore. She is getting skinnier and skinnier. She is in top bill of health. We hoping this would work for her. We are at the end of our rope. It smelled good at first. But now, it has a zinc type of smell. She wants her old Trader Joe's soft cat food. They don't make any more. It's EXPENSIVE, Forzia10 soft catfood for kidneys. we are throwing money out the window. We refuse to give her any CKD cat food, she hates all those preciption plans. So doe we. They still have a lof phosforus in them. I would recommed Forzia10 soft cat food for a friend, only if you cat loved it.
This is the only food I feed my cat ever since we found out he has CKD. Granted he is the opposite of picky and will eat anything, but he does love it. Before this diet, he would throw up his food once a week ish, now he hasn’t thrown up once in almost 2 months. We add a lot of supplements that are also meant for CKD, and them combined with this food has helped our cat so much! He has more energy and his levels have improved. We will be buying this food for the rest of his life as far as I can tell!