My cat LOVES both the canned and dry CD chicken food you make!

My can has been on the c/d diet for 2 years and has had great success. The stress formula really helps my cat to be more calm and relaxed. She's just not so stressed out. The only problem is I really need the larger size can of 5.5 oz. I wonder if Hills' Prescription Pet food can start making the c/d stress formula in the larger size, 5.5oz. This food is rather expensive and making it in a larger size would help to reduce the costs to the pet owner. Instead of feeding my cat 3 small cans, perhaps I could feed her 1 1/2 cans.

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WhatÍs so valuable about Hill's Prescription Diet c/d Multicare Feline Urinary Stress with Chicken Urinary Care Dry Cat Food? Find out here: * Formulated with ingredients to help manage stress * Clinically tested to dissolve struvite uroliths in as little as 7 days (Average 28 days) * Rich in fish…

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WhatÍs so valuable about Hill's Prescription Diet c/d Multicare Feline with Ocean Fish Urinary Care Cat Food? Find out here: WhatÍs so valuable about Hill's Prescription Diet c/d Multicare Feline with Chicken Urinary Care Cat Food? Find out here: * Clinically tested to dissolve struvite uroliths in as little as 7 days (Average 28 days)* Rich in fish oil - an excellent source of Omega-3 fatty acids - to help promote…

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Putting him on hills science diet cd has made a huge difference.


Neither myself nor my cat are happy about Hill's Prescription Diet C/D for cats with urinary problems. Here is what I have found: Winston gets the dry c/d, canned pate, and occasionally the "stew." First off, they are lying: the stew has "chicken" listed on the front of the can, yet when I read the ingredients, the first one is pork! What? Winston does not like this food; in fact, I end up throwing most of it out. When he does manage to choke this ** down, he pukes it up all over the rug. Oh, I'm sure they will say it is some problem with the cat. No, wrong! The price of a 5.5 oz. can of the pate is almost $2.00. This is outrageous! It is all made from guts and other animal parts that no human being would want to eat. I am going to start making my own cat food. I have done a lot of research. Anything would be better, cheaper, and healthier for animals than this stuff.I have been feeding my cats Hills prescription diet C/D since early summer 2010 as I have one cat with urinary problems. All has been ok and they like the dry as well as the wet food seafood flavor. However, the last bag I bought on 11/29/2010 is, I believe, poisoning my cats. My older cat began having intense "skirting" diarrhea and vomiting. I just thought she ate one too many pieces of chicken. She loves table scraps and has been eating them for years with no problems. I called the vet. The advice was go without food for 24 hours; if she is not better, bring her in.