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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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    I’m so happy, I cried.

    By YEEEESSS on Jul 8, 2020

    Honestly, I was so happy that I cried. Our senior cat was recently diagnosed with renal disease and hyperthyroidism. We first ordered NEO feline wet food from Chewy, but the cat REFUSED it entirely and he’s not a picky eater. We immediately switched to this food, thinking the “gravy” and “morsel” option Honestly, I was so happy that I cried. Our senior cat was recently diagnosed with renal disease and hyperthyroidism. We first ordered NEO feline wet food from Chewy, but the cat REFUSED it entirely and he’s not a picky eater. We immediately switched to this food, thinking the “gravy” and “morsel” option might be a better fit, and it was a TRUE, INSTANT success! He happily gobbled it up. We have him on RX Royal Canine dry food too, he doesn’t love it but does eat it. We are currently feeding our cat this wet food twice a day, one can morning and one can evening, perfectly portioned cans. Expensive, but worth it since cats with renal disease aren’t suppose to have “treats,” and our cat was always heavily spoiled in treat department..he no longer feels like his missing out. :) Super super happy! … more

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    Limited Choice

    By AParker on Jun 13, 2020

    Our older female cat HAS to eat a renal/kidney support diet. We've recently changed brands because she wasn't eating enough and losing too much weight. She definitely prefers the flavor of Royal Canin renal support D (morsels in gravy) over Hill's Science diet k/d. However, since Hill's Science and Our older female cat HAS to eat a renal/kidney support diet. We've recently changed brands because she wasn't eating enough and losing too much weight. She definitely prefers the flavor of Royal Canin renal support D (morsels in gravy) over Hill's Science diet k/d. However, since Hill's Science and Royal Canin are the ONLY TWO companies that carry renal/kd cat foods, choices are severely limited. I'm extremely disappointed with the lack of variety/flavors in both brands as well as limited can sizes. Why are some flavors only available in smaller cans? And other flavors only available in larger cans? Since both our cats are used to and seem to do better with a grain-free diet, I'm also disappointed that NEITHER of the TWO brands that actually carry renal/kd foods do not offer grain-free versions. Since I don't like to feed my cats any food containing carrageenan, that limits us even more. For instance, of the 3 flavors carried by Royal Canin, 1 contains carrageenan, so I only have 2 choices. … more

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