|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Water Sufficient For Processing, Pork By-Products, Pork Liver...||Water Sufficient For Processing, Pork By-Products, Chicken By-Products...||Rabbit, Water Sufficient For Processing, Rabbit Liver...||Water Sufficient For Processing, Duck, Duck Liver...||Water Sufficient For Processing, Chicken Liver, Chicken...|
|Special Diet||Veterinary Diet, Pea-Free||Low-Protein, Veterinary Diet, Pea-Free, With Grain||Limited Ingredient Diet, Veterinary Diet||Limited Ingredient Diet, Veterinary Diet||Sensitive Digestion, Veterinary Diet|
|Food Flavor||Poultry, Chicken||Poultry, Chicken||Meat, Rabbit||Poultry, Duck||Poultry, Chicken|
|Health Feature||Urinary Tract Health||Kidney Care||Digestive Health, Skin & Coat Health||Digestive Health, Skin & Coat Health||Digestive Health|
|Food Form||Wet Food||Wet Food||Wet Food||Wet Food||Wet Food|
I was feeding my cat RC Weight and Hair and Skin and she will eat that any time day or night with fervor. This high priced food was totally rejected by my cat. I tried mixing it with RC Hair and Skin and I swear she sorts out the Health and Skin and leaves all the SO behind. Unfortunately, I now have almost a whole case of the 5.1 oz that will never be consumed by, at least, my cat. My advice to you all would be try a less expensive brand that might just do the same thing to correct your cat's issues. And, no, I would not recommend it.
My cat has to be on this diet due to having crystals surgically removed back in 2017. She is on the dry food of this kind as well. They both have gone up in price so significantly that I won't be able to afford it in the new year. It used to be around $55 maybe 2 years ago and now it's $75. the 18 lb bag of dry food went up from $75 to $120! It's absolutely ridiculous and impossible to afford it. My cat HAS to have this diet and there's nothing else they make like it for crystals. She does seem to like it. Also, they quit making the bigger cans and still the same price.
My 18 month old male kitty just went threw hell with a urinary blockage. It waxed and waned for a couple months until the blockage occured. How I wish we would have started this food at the first sign of issues! He's about to stop his course of steroids, which is when his urinary issues would start up again in the past. He seems to be 100% himself again. which we haven't seen in months. Fingers crossed this food does the trick, but it seems to be helping my boy a lot!
My cat has to go on this to try to eliminate recurring urinary stones and so far it’s working and he at least likes it and it’s going well so far no real complaints except the price and I guess that’s normal for any prescription cat food but good quality my kids love it and so far it seems to be working
My cat was urinating all over the house due to bladder inflammation caused by anxiety after changes in the household. The changes calmed down but she still had inflammation. Vet recommended this food and she slowly stopped urinating outside her litter box after a month of use. I keep her on this to maintain her bladder. Good prescription food
As soon as our cat Jett was diagnosed with urinary tract issues -- our vet recommended the Royal Canin Urinary SO canned cat food ... and Jett has not had ANY urinary issues since he was young ... and it has been years now and Jett is 15yrs. old!! Thank Goodness for ROyal Canin Adult Urinary SO!!!!!
Sadly, this is the only Urinary SO wet foot my cat will eat. I’ve been buying for exactly 6 years, and have seen the price per ounce go up 118%. My hands are tied, because what else can I do? Not give my pet the Rx food he needs to survive? Royal Canin shouldn’t be doing this to us.
Olivia will be on the SO for the rest of her life and she's only 9 years old. She just had bladder stone surgery. I am so glad she's eating it because there are not many options for her. She comes up next to me on the couch, looks at me and taps me with her paw when she wants me to get a can for her. I sit and watch her eat it and she seems to really like it. So far, so good.
I started on this food out of necessity since one of my cats tends to form bladder stones. But much to my surprise, both cats (siblings) love it, can't get enough of it. Reading the can, it is quite scientifically formulated and worth the extra cost. I would definitely recommend any of the Royal Canin non-prescription foods, I'm sure they are all exceptional.
My 5 year old male cat, Beau, had bladder stones & surgery. Now he must be on a special diet. He’s a picky eater & he loves this food & their dry version.