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Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Renal Support D Morsels in Gravy Canned Cat Food

Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Renal Support D Morsels in Gravy Canned Cat Food

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    FINALLY! Renal/kidney diet food my cat will actually eat!

    By Canelalou on Sep 9, 2020

    Thank you Royal Canin for this formulation of renal/kidney diet that my cat will actually eat! Other brands were epic fails, despite my trying to mix it with something to make it more appealing, trying to serve it warmed up, serve room temperature, serve cold, begging and pleading for my 16 year old Thank you Royal Canin for this formulation of renal/kidney diet that my cat will actually eat! Other brands were epic fails, despite my trying to mix it with something to make it more appealing, trying to serve it warmed up, serve room temperature, serve cold, begging and pleading for my 16 year old cat to eat it. I tried the Renal Support D in a last ditch effort and it worked! I know my cat with chronic kidney disease won't live forever, but if this food helps improve her quality of life and gives me a little more time with her, it is TOTALLY worth it. Thank you Chewy and thank you Royal Canin. … more

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    Chunky Pieces

    By Baloney on Sep 23, 2020

    I have two cats eating this and they pretty much just lick the gravy off and leave the morsels. The morsels are kinda big which really shouldn't be an issue for a cat but they don't care for it. I've been mushing it up with a spoon and they only eat a little of it. Back to the drawing board trying to I have two cats eating this and they pretty much just lick the gravy off and leave the morsels. The morsels are kinda big which really shouldn't be an issue for a cat but they don't care for it. I've been mushing it up with a spoon and they only eat a little of it. Back to the drawing board trying to find another type of kidney food that they will eat. … more

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