After my cat was hospitalized for a urinary obstruction he was put on a specific diet. Chewy made that transition super easy and helped me to save money by signing up for auto ship. They reached out to the vet and verified everything making the transition quick and easy for me. My cat went from eating the Blue brand to this brand and he is obsessed with it even the dry food which he was never the biggest fan of dry food before.
All of kitties seem to love the hard food. Only one of them needs it, but I free feed so everyone eats it. The odd thing is at the end of the day there's probably 1/8 of the bowls left and it's little broken off pieces. Never had this with their old kitty kibble. The wet food I only feed to my little Larry the Loveable and his almost identical brother Shadow (not so much a waif anymore). None of my cats have every been fond of pate style food, but I have found if I puree it up with a bit of water it's a consistency they like. They really enjoy the wet food and are waiting "patiently" for it every night.
After a severe bladder stone infection that almost killed my cat poppi. The vet recommended this diet. He transitioned to the food with no problem and absolutely loves it.
Fast & efficient delivery service he is eating. The Dry Food bag is Way Too Big
Two need the urinary care food and one does not, but all three prefer this dry food over wet. So we give them wet CD food and then some dry CD
One of our cats got very ill last March and a side effect of that illness is that now she has crystals in her urine. This diet change is a last resort before surgery, after spending well over $2000 in the last year on vet visits. The vet recommended this as the best option over other urinary care brands out there.
Our cat needed to go on the urinary care cat food a couple of years ago. It took a very short time for him to adjust. He loves canned food and did not get it that often. He goes back and forth now, whether he's anxious to eat or not, but has done okay with the prescription foods. We don't feed as much dry as we do canned. It's expensive but I think he's the only cat, and last cat we will have!
Unlike the smaller cans, the large 5+ ounce canned food is all grey and barfy looking. The cats aren't crazy about it.
My cat does not like the wet food at all - took him a few days to like the dry