Kitty loved it
We fed our kitten this food until he was 1 and he loved it. It was what he was given whilst at the rescue centre and the vet recommended it also so we kept giving it to him. Never had any issue with it. It is a little pricey so I tend to search online until I can find it on sale somewhere.
Decent kitten food.
My kitten originally ate this food when I got her so I thought I would continue buying it. She seems to really enjoy it as her bowl is always empty soon after her meal time, so it gets a thumbs up for that. Although I've been reading it's got quite a lot of grain/fillers in it and should have a more animals products. It's also quite expensive.
Overall it's okay but I will switch when I finish the bag.
Every vet we've been to has tried to push Hill's on us, gave unsatisfactory reasons for why the food was considered "the best" and couldn't explain why there were so many filler/ordinary ingredients.
We've been feeding my 3 month old kitten the hill's science diet ever since we brought him home 1 month ago and he puked after every meal until we put him on a different food temporarily. We put him back on the hills and he started puking again and getting diarrhoea and bloody stools.
It's possible that my cat just has an allergy (possibly ...a grain allergy - but why are they putting grains in cat food? It's not part of their natural diet) or co-incidentally had a tummy bug for a month that no vet was able to pick up on, but I'm still not feeling great about this food. I even posted on a couple of forums asking about my cat's health issues and about hill's science diet and 90% of the people had bad things to say. Maybe I'd feel better about it if every vet wasn't so blindly adamant about about their patients buying it or if they could at least satisfactorily explain why it's better than other cat foods. I'm not convinced, tread carefully with this product. Cat puked while being fed this food, and stopped puking when taken off it. Contains a lot of unnecessary grains and fillers
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