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Hill's Science Diet Adult Oral Care Dry Cat Food

Hill's Science Diet Adult Oral Care Dry Cat Food

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    Would buy it again

    By Momcatof9 on Apr 4, 2021

    It's really to early to tell if this will help remove tartar, I just want to give my review of my first impression and what my cats reaction to this oral care food was, when I first opened the bag yes these kibbles are large looks like dog kibbles just like what other reviews have said but I expected It's really to early to tell if this will help remove tartar, I just want to give my review of my first impression and what my cats reaction to this oral care food was, when I first opened the bag yes these kibbles are large looks like dog kibbles just like what other reviews have said but I expected that, these kibbles are large hard and crunchy, I have 9 cats all different ages and some that had teeth removed, I honestly was afraid that my older cat that had 8 teeth removed would choke on this food if he didn't chew it he swallowed it whole which would defeat the purpose and it did scare me, but he caught on and he learned to chew on it, all my cats do like this food when I opened the bag they were excited to eat it so that's my review of this product I will buy it again even if I don't use it as a main dry food I will offer it everyday to them as treats. … more

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    Cat likes it, but ...

    By Figment on Apr 18, 2021

    One of our cats has been on a food strike, and this is the only kibble that she has shown any interest in. However, although she likes the food straight out of the bag, it is too large and too hard for her to chew. She rolls it around in her mouth for a bit, gives up on chewing, tries swallowing it whole One of our cats has been on a food strike, and this is the only kibble that she has shown any interest in. However, although she likes the food straight out of the bag, it is too large and too hard for her to chew. She rolls it around in her mouth for a bit, gives up on chewing, tries swallowing it whole, and gags on it. Our goal right now is just to get her to eat, so out of desperation, we are smashing the kibble with a hammer on a concrete slab. (It is too hard for the food processor; a coffee grinder might work, but we do not want chicken-flavored coffee.) As other reviewers have mentioned, the size of the kibble is on par with kibble for dogs. I really wish the kibble was a more reasonable size, especially for small cats. I think the hardness wouldn't be such a problem then. … more

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