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Hill's Science Diet Adult 11+ Indoor Chicken Recipe Dry Cat Food

Hill's Science Diet Adult 11+ Indoor Chicken Recipe Dry Cat Food

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    Great dry food

    By Linda54 on Apr 28, 2019

    Everyone loves this! I have four cats over 11 years old, so I wanted to change their food to something age appropriate. This one worked! Even though most of them are missing teeth, they have no difficulty eating this larger sized kibble. They actually prefer this size over the smaller sized kibble.

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    Not good for kitties with missing teeth

    By Olivia on May 9, 2019

    I have an elderly cat (14 years old) with dental disease. I bought this food because I really like the high quality ingredients that were in it and how it was formulated for the 11+ cat, not the 7+ cat. I still think this is one of the most high quality foods you can feed your cat at a reasonable price I have an elderly cat (14 years old) with dental disease. I bought this food because I really like the high quality ingredients that were in it and how it was formulated for the 11+ cat, not the 7+ cat. I still think this is one of the most high quality foods you can feed your cat at a reasonable price, however I wanted to make it aware how ungodly HARD these kibbles are. I normally soak her food in water and mix some wet food in for added moisture/ease of eating, but these kibbles resemble rocks. They are very big (she’s about 6.5 pounds) and honestly rock solid. I struggle to even crush them up for her. I tried smashing with a glass salsa jar in the metal bowl, a hammer, a ceramic pill crushing bowl, and a blender and even after soaking the kibbles in warm water for an hour+, they are nearly impossible to break. Just beware if your cat is missing teeth or struggles to chew normal food as they will not be able to eat this food. … more

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