Hill's Prescription Diet z/d Skin/Food Sensitivities Original Flavor Wet Cat Food, 5.5-oz, case of 24By Hill's Prescription Diet
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- Clinical nutrition especially formulated to help manage your cat's dietary sensitivity and help reduce the possibility of adverse reactions to food
- Formulated with highly digestible carbohydrates and fats to help reduce gastrointestinal workload
- Developed with increased omega 3 and 6 fatty acids to help nourish the skin and coat
- No intact animal protein is included which helps avoid adverse reactions your cat might otherwise have
- Added antioxidants to support a healthy immune system and skin barrier function
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she doesn’t love it. she doesn’t hate it.
My cat has as-of-yet-undetermined skin issues. Likely an allergy of some sort. She’s been on this food, along with the dry kibble version of this for about 6 weeks. So far, my cat can take it or leave it. The consistency is like meat jello. My cat didn’t care for it that way. I now add a few tablespoons of warm water to each serving (she’s tiny and only eats about 20% of the can per feeding) and mash it up well to warm it up and improve the consistency. The remainder of the can is put in a good storage container in the fridge. Most days she eventually eats it. She’s just not that eager about it. I’m not overly concerned about her not eating every portion since she really likes the kibble. Pic of my Minion and her hoodie (keeps her from scratching!)
There are very few hydrolyzed protein diets and fewer moist choices for cats/dogs suffering from food allergies - Hills is a good company with research backed diets and they touted this as a texture that cats love?! The texture is nothing like a cat might enjoy coming out if the can - it’s like a firm JELLO I paid so much for it I wanted to make it work so I add 4-5 TAblespoons of water to it so it becomes more of a gravy sauce versus jello - of course lots of mashing and stirring needed to get it in a texture that my cat will attempt to eat - it smells ok but she would rather eat her dry food now - hopefully she will know that if she wants moist this is it, Jello turkey food mixed with water
Just dense can of no flavor
Who ever created this must not have any taste buds. This food just just unflavored paste. Supposed to help with digestive, instead it made Leo puked more. No matter how much water you add to make it look appetizing. My cat took one look and turned away. They rather starved than eat this melted foam with no flavor what so ever. Expansive too, need to return the rest of the cans in this pack.
Not for me kitty
The first time she tried it, she licked the bowl clean. After that, she walked away. It has a weird consistency like rubber. I tried adding a little water to make it look like her former cat food which she can no longer have, but she just sniffed and walked away.
Maybe/maybe not. Still waiting.
Mishka, the 1 year old rescue cat, has been scratching incessantly! Mostly around her ears and neck. She's been vet checked 3 times. They figured food allergies and prescribed Hills Rx z/d. It's way more expensive than "ordinary" cat food. Mishka has been eating only this for 2 weeks. Maybe it's too soon to tell but to date she is still scratching as much as before. It's not fleas or mites. There is no rash or redness. She's not bored or stressed or left alone nor does she get treats. She has a healthy appetite and likes this food. The canned is very gel like pate so I mix it with z/d kibble. I'd like to know why this is prescription. Is there a drug in it? Why do I need a medical card to purchase this?
She Likes It
My eldest cat is a picky eater, but some how the Hill's Z/D formula works for her, whether it's fresh from the can or cooled from the refrigerator. The formula has a jello like quality to it, which makes her chew, which I feel is needed to slow her consumption down and actually enjoy the food. I'm not a fan of the smell, but I'm glad she likes it and keeps it down.
CAT HATEZ THIS FOOD
My 4 year old cat has had vomiting issues since he was a kitten. New Vet suggested z/d diet. He loves the kibble, but will absolutely NOT eat this gelatinous goo that Science Diet call cat food. One case and $77+ wasted.
A food won't work if a cat won't eat it.
This is the most disgusting food I have ever seen. The smell was disgusting and it is like Jello. Of course my cat will not touch it... and he is not picky. It was expensive. I would like a refund.
Cat food review
My vet suggested the science diet zd formula for my cat but I spent a lot on the case I bought but my cat doesn't like it. I would not recommend buying it. Sorry
I’ve got my order in a very short time . My cat needs zd food which I could not find in regular stores. Chewy has everything and their service was perfect! I will keep ordering from chewy!