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Royal Canin Sensitive Digestion Dry Cat Food

Royal Canin Sensitive Digestion Dry Cat Food

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    Royal Canin Sensitive hard food for cats

    By Larry on Mar 2, 2019

    I'm reluctantly giving this product five stars, "reluctantly" because the price is just way too high. But it is a great product. Both the dry and wet RC Sensitive products are loved by our three cats, and it's pretty unusual to find a food they can all agree on. As far as its effectiveness as a "sensitive I'm reluctantly giving this product five stars, "reluctantly" because the price is just way too high. But it is a great product. Both the dry and wet RC Sensitive products are loved by our three cats, and it's pretty unusual to find a food they can all agree on. As far as its effectiveness as a "sensitive" food, it does seem to work. One of our cats is older and has pancreatitis, and without a doubt her symptoms have been much improved since transitioning her over to this food. Our other two don't really have GI issues, but one throws up now and then, and does so less often on this food. So I'd say the product definitely works and cats really, really like it. For this reason, I'm a repeat buyer, although I wish it cost less. PS I got to this food because our vet had prescribed Royal Canine prescription food. It was ridiculously more expensive than even this expensive food, and also, the cat hated it. This product seems to deliver solid GI benefits with a taste cats like, at a less insane price, than the prescription stuff. … more

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    Some cats can eat it, others can't

    By Kensmark on Feb 2, 2019

    My cats normally eat Royal Canin Hairball formula, and they do fine with it. One has a minor problem with occasional vomiting, but nothing extreme, nothing that alarms the vets -- once a week, generally. Could be from eating too fast. Still, we decided to try the Sensitive Stomach formula. We began My cats normally eat Royal Canin Hairball formula, and they do fine with it. One has a minor problem with occasional vomiting, but nothing extreme, nothing that alarms the vets -- once a week, generally. Could be from eating too fast. Still, we decided to try the Sensitive Stomach formula. We began by mixing it in at a 5% rate -- one part Sensitive to nineteen parts Hairball. Within 36 hours, both cats were vomiting. A LOT. About sixteen hours after the last time she ate any of the Sensitive formula, one of our cats vomited partially dissolved pieces, and it should not have still been in her stomach. We threw away all the combined food, washed the bowls, and went back to the Hairball formula only, and the vomiting stopped. Talked with my sister-in-law, and she guessed we were talking about the Royal Canin Sensitive formula before we said so. It turns out she'd tried the Sensitive formula too . . . and her cats had both had disastrous diarrhea. So try this formulation if you want, but be prepared. It obviously works for some cats, but definitely not for others. … more

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