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HI-TOR Veterinary Select Felo Diet Canned Cat Food, 5.5-oz, case of 24

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HI-TOR Felo Diet is formulated to provide cats with a low magnesium and phosphorus diet. It is highly digestible and cats love the flavor. Made without any artificial flavors or colors, Felo is great for the maintenance of adult cats. If you're feeding a special diet to your pet, consider switching to Hi-TOR Veterinary Select.

Key Benefits

  • Formulated to provide a diet with low magnesium and phosphorus
  • It is highly digestible and cats love the flavor
  • Made without any artificial flavors or colors, Felo is great for the maintenance of adult cats
  • Compares very favorably with the leading diets your veterinarian may recommend
  • You’ll save on your feeding bills and your dog or cat will get the appropriate nutrition they require

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  • Item Number
    51043
  • Food Texture
    Pate
  • Food Form
    Wet Food
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Made in
    United States
  • Special Diet
    Prescription Food

Nutritional Info

Ingredients

Meat By-Products, Sufficient Water for Processing, Beef, Chicken, Animal Liver Ocean Fish, Rice Flour, Guar Gum, Minerals (Ferrous Sulfate, Zinc Oxide, Copper Proteinate, Manganous Sulfate, Potassium Iodate, Sodium Selenite), Vitamins (Vitamin E, A, D3, B12 Supplements, Thiamine Mononitrate, Niacin, D-Calcium Pantothenate, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Riboflavin Supplement, Folic Acid, Biotin), Choline Chloride, Potassium Chloride, Carrageenan, Salt, Taurine.

Caloric Content

1,091 kcal/kg

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 11.00% min
Crude Fat 6.00% min
Crude Fiber 1.00% max
Moisture 78.00% max
Ash 1.60% max
Calcium 0.22% min
Phosphorus 0.18% min
Magnesium 0.02% max
Taurine 0.05% min

Feeding Instructions

Use for daily diet for cats who need a formula with low magnesium and phosphorus.

Customer Reviews

18 reviews 18 Reviews 4.3 out of 5 Stars

88% Recommend

88% of reviewersrecommend this product

4.3 / 5

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  • Alternative to s/o or ur foods

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    I feed this and prescription urinary foods to my 4 cats that have had prior blockages. I feed this one day, the presc. the next. I've been doing this for a year and so far no more blockages. The cats actually prefer this one. I would switch to this only except for my fear that should one become blocked it's always a $1,000 bill at the vet so I've been reluctant. I was alternating with Friskies cans being some info out there says that is good enough. My cats are living proof it is not, not for cats with interstitial cystitis or prior blockages. My one cat became blocked on Friskies wet food so no more of that for the problem children. I also leave out the presc. dry urinary food. They were not I feed this and prescription urinary foods to my 4 cats that have had prior blockages. I feed this one day, the presc. the next. I've been doing this for a year and so far no more blockages. The cats actually prefer this one. I would switch to this only except for my fear that should one become blocked it's always a $1,000 bill at the vet so I've been reluctant. I was alternating with Friskies cans being some info out there says that is good enough. My cats are living proof it is not, not for cats with interstitial cystitis or prior blockages. My one cat became blocked on Friskies wet food so no more of that for the problem children. I also leave out the presc. dry urinary food. They were not fond of the FELO dry unfortunately. I have a cat rescue so for the skeptics out there not all of my male cats have/had blockages. From my experience, about 1 in 10 males will have a blockage at some point on their life. … more

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  • Both Kitties will eat

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    This is a good alternative food that does not need a prescription from my vet that is low in phosphorus for urinary problems. I was very happy to find this on Chewys website Chewy has everything.

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  • Love the price

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    Got this for my special needs incontinent cat after many UTI issues. She likes it, price is better than prescription. She does well on it and the texture is good. Way cheaper than the other stuff I was using. I use the Neo version too for my kidney cat.

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  • Comes recommended

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    This comes recommended for cats who have had urinary issues. Only one of my three cats will eat this. He does eat it with enthusiasm. He was recently diagnosed with diabetes, and this was on a list of lower carb foods. I feel comfortable feeding this to him. I would rate it higher if the other two would eat it as well.

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  • Good alternative

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    This food is a good alternative to the prescription food and much cheaper. My cat likes the taste.

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  • Better than RX diets...

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    My cat Maurice needed a low phosphorus - low magnesium diet due to struvite crystals. I started with the typical RX formula from my vet. It was very expensive and the “chicken formula” is primarily pork based. The smell of it was very unpleasant to me. I also felt that some of the ingredients were of low quality.My cat ate it for about 2 weeks, then turned his nose up at it. (a rare thing for this boy) I did some research and came up with the High Tor Felo as another option.Much Better ! And at about $15.00 less per case than the RX diet and Maurice gives his paw of approval. I also cut out all dry food, encourage Maurice to drink fresh water(pet water fountain) and mix in Solid Gold Berry Balance My cat Maurice needed a low phosphorus - low magnesium diet due to struvite crystals. I started with the typical RX formula from my vet. It was very expensive and the “chicken formula” is primarily pork based. The smell of it was very unpleasant to me. I also felt that some of the ingredients were of low quality.My cat ate it for about 2 weeks, then turned his nose up at it. (a rare thing for this boy) I did some research and came up with the High Tor Felo as another option.Much Better ! And at about $15.00 less per case than the RX diet and Maurice gives his paw of approval. I also cut out all dry food, encourage Maurice to drink fresh water(pet water fountain) and mix in Solid Gold Berry Balance powder into his meals. … more

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  • Not right for everybody.

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    My cat won't eat the wet FELO canned food. She won't even taste it. She will nibble at the FELO dry food a little, but only if there is nothing else for her to eat. Too bad, the FELO wet sounded just right for my elderly female with FIV and kidney disease. Back to the drawing board.

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  • Low mag and low phosphorus

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    I have the most finicky cat ever. Oreo has UTI and must be on Vet Prescription food. Dry food isn't as bad to get him to eat, but when it comes to canned. Gheez, He has the hardest time, he will only eat when I first open the can. So, I was on the chat with Chewy.com and they asked me if I had tried this Hi-Tor. I said no. So I ordered it and received it yesterday, and so far, he is eating it. It appears he likes it, but as you know if you have cats they change their minds often. I hope he continues to enjoy it, because it is much more reasonably priced than all the others. I was throwing can after can away. Today, he finished a whole can without any issues. Will keep you posted if this I have the most finicky cat ever. Oreo has UTI and must be on Vet Prescription food. Dry food isn't as bad to get him to eat, but when it comes to canned. Gheez, He has the hardest time, he will only eat when I first open the can. So, I was on the chat with Chewy.com and they asked me if I had tried this Hi-Tor. I said no. So I ordered it and received it yesterday, and so far, he is eating it. It appears he likes it, but as you know if you have cats they change their minds often. I hope he continues to enjoy it, because it is much more reasonably priced than all the others. I was throwing can after can away. Today, he finished a whole can without any issues. Will keep you posted if this changes, but right we are both happy campers. … more

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  • Great product

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    I have been searching for a wet food that my 2 elder kitties would both eat and this one is it! I've tried Royal Canan both Kidney and Urinary, and Science Diet with little success. However, HI-TOR Vet Select is one that they will eat and seem to be thriving on. I'm happy for the moment, but they can be fickle and turn away from this food too. My fingers are crossed.

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  • Cat liked it for a month, then lost interest

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    I have a 16 y/o torbie who has reduced kidney function due to her age. The vet prescribed renal formulas (Purina's NF, Hill's k/d, Royal Canin Renal LP Modified) which she would not eat. Felo came recommended to me by my local pet food store, and she was OK with it for about 5-6 weeks (so I give it 4 stars). However, a few days ago she began to lose interest and pretty much stopped eating it. I had some extra Weruva Cats in the Kitchen Lamb Burgini that I had tried (unsuccessfully) with my other cat, and she's now eating that. It has .25 phosphorus vs. Felo's .18, but as long as she's eating ... !

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