Hill's® Prescription Diet® z/d Ultra Allergen-free Adult Cat Food
A food my special needs cats can agree on.
I have 2 cats with very different special needs. For years we had to feed then seperately, until our vet suggested z/d. They both seem to like it as there's never a drop left in their bowls. An excellent choice for cats with very different needs!
August 13, 2014
Both our cats eat it well.1-5and 1-13.
Our older cat could not hold down regular food ,so our vet prescribed this wet with some of you dry. This seems to help keep her stomach felling well.
August 4, 2014
This product has helped my cat with his sensitive stomach
I adopted 2 five year old cats last year and they were both vomiting. Put them both on prescription diet. It was getting a little pricey so tried to wean them off it. Now I just have one cat on it both wet and dry. He still vomits almost every day but it is mostly hair balls now. Wish I could solve his problem and just have them both on Science Diet instead of prescription.
July 23, 2014
It's not me, it's the cats.
As with any Science diet we have ever used, my cats don't like it. Sure the first plateful was gobbled up, because it was new. But by the third can they turn their noses up to it. The dry gets eaten like any dry food, limited, because I (and they) prefer wet cat food and it is better for them also.
My other pet peeve is that you usually have one "flavor". Maybe the reason my cats eat a lot of canned food is because they put out lots of flavors to choose from.
Whoever says cats don't really need variety, don't know my cats.
The texture of the z/d is like gelatin. At least the cat tried it, some of them wouldn't. Besides the z/d, we had used two other prescription diets. I know my cats need a special diet for what ails them but they deserve variety in something that is an important part of their life. So if you could work on the variety portion of it, they may cooperate.
I am willing to pay for the food they should be having, but they deserve variety. If they wont eat it, they wont eat it.
June 15, 2014