Hill's Science Diet Age Defying Senior Cat Food

More than anyone, veterinarians know a healthy cat food when they see one. That's why they give Hill's Science Diet to their own cats more than any other brand. Hill's works with pet nutritionists to develop recipes with the best cat food standards in mind. These recipes are designed to keep your feline family member healthy and strong so she can enjoy more moments of purring and playing.

Hill's Science Diet Urinary Hairball Control Adult Chicken Cat Food, 3.5 lbs.

Hill's Science Diet Adult 7+ cat food provides precisely balanced, easy-to-digest nutrition to help older cats live a long, healthy life. These yummy recipes are specially formulated for adult cats 7 years of age and older to help reduce kidney stress and promote a healthy immune system.

Hill's Science Diet Hairball Control Light Adult Cat Food

Hill’s® Science Diet® Senior 11+ Age Defying Cat Food Daily Feeding Guide Not only is it important at this stage to transition your older cat to a specially designed senior cat food – such as Hill's® Science Diet® Senior 11+ Age Defying Cat Food– but it’s extremely important to correctly transition from your older cat’s current food to any new food.

Hill's Science Diet Hairball Control Senior Cat Food

Hills Science Diet Adult Urinary Hairball Control cat food provides precisely balanced nutrition to help support the health of the whole urinary system. Supports the health of the whole urinary system with an optimal level of magnesium Natural fiber comfortably reduces hairballs No artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives

Hill's Science Diet Indoor Adult Cat Food | Petco


Yesterday when I let him inside, he zipped to the cat food bowl and began desperately looking for food in there. That was a clue that there was nothing wrong with his appetite. On that hunch I went out and bought an entirely different brand of food for him. The instant it was in his bowl, he was wolfing it down and licking the bowl clean. All this time, he has apparently just hated Science Diet so much that he'd rather starve than eat it. That's a huge warning sign when it comes to food. Why would an animal rather die of starvation than eat this brand?? All that time, money on vet bills and fear over losing a member of my family came down to a dog food so bad that my pet almost killed himself rather than eat this stuff. Please take this as a warning! Do not feed this mess to your animals. I will NEVER buy Science Diet again.I have a pet sitting, dog walking business and I am constantly horrified at the number of people who feed "Science Diet" because their vets have told them this is a healthy diet for their cats/dogs. It doesn't take much to tell that the fillers and content in their products are NOT healthy and although cats and dogs can live on the food (like some people can live a lifetime on junk food) it undermines their general health and shortens their lifespan. The fact that vets get a kickback from Hills and Purina (a whole other story) is unconscionable. Vets traditionally know little about pet nutrition and it takes research to develop a knowledge of what is healthy or not. Corn is not. Carrageenan is not. Wheat is not. Chicken by-product meal, Brewers rice, and neither are preservatives.I bought a large bag of Hill's Science Diet Optimal Care in July. My three exclusively indoor, healthy cats have always been good eaters. The first time that I put this out, all three cats ate it. That was it, they ate it once and wouldn't go near it again. A few days later two of the cats started to vomit. All of them were lethargic, wouldn't eat anything and started to lose weight. All three continued to deteriorate. I took them to the vet and blood test showed severe renal failure. So far, we were able to save one with hydration to flush toxins out of the kidneys. One is very ill and still hanging on. The largest, most athletic and also biggest eater, died of kidney failure. In a matter of weeks, my entire, healthy animal family has been wiped out. As you would expect, I am heartsick about this. Please do not buy this food.I fed my 2 cats Science Diet Canned food for years. In July 2016 I noticed a label changed on the can but didn't think too much of it. Then both cats started vomiting and had diarrhea. I took them off all food until things settled down and then started giving them canned pumpkin and gradually started them on their dry food again (Core Wellness).