Hill's® Prescription Diet® z/d Low Allergen Adult Cat Food
Hills Prescription Diet feline z/d
Two of my cats have tried z/d. One was later switched to i/d. The other cat just started eating it, and it's too soon to say if it will help with his ear issues. Both seemed to like the dry okay, but neither would eat the canned version. The canned version has a strange, almost gelatin-like texture. Not sure if Hills can do anything about that for the future?
October 29, 2014
Seems to be helping
One of my cats seems to have a food allergy of some kind, and throws up a lot. I shopped around and tried a few brands of dry cat food, but he gets the same reaction. My vet recommended we try Hill's Prescription z/d Feline Low Sensitivity cat food, and I think it's helping. He still throws up, but not as much. My other two cats eat this food as well. They don't love the taste of it, but they eat it. I also tried the canned version of this food, but only 1 of my 3 cats will eat that. I think it's pretty expensive, but if it helps my cat, it's worth it.
October 16, 2014
THIS PRODUCT HAS BEEN VERY GOOD MEDICALLY FOR CATS
I have two cats that are on the Hills Prescription Diet ZD. They do very well on this food as their fur is very shiny and eyes are clear. I give both cats the dry as well as the canned food. The only negative thing about this food is the price. I feel that it is rather expensive for a 8 pound bag
October 15, 2014
Its the only thing my cat can eat
I have a cat that has serious allergies and can't eat anything else but this with out digging himself to an open sore, so my 9yr old is on the same food to keep everyone happy. The bags I buy are 8 lbs and that only lasts me a month, I wish this food would come in a larger bag, SO IS THAT POSSIBLE? A 20 lb bag would keep me from having to buy it every month, and if the bag was cheaper than buying two 8 lb bags ....HOW ABOUT YOU DOING THAT FOR SOME ONE THAT HAS PUT OUT THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS IN ONE YEAR TO KEEP A CAT ALIVE.
October 12, 2014