03/26/11 | Jules

Kattovit didn't do it for our cat - she prefers Integra chicken.

After 2 years of feeding our Burmese Hills k/d and Royal Canin prescription diet wet pouches, she started to get very bored of her diet so we started looking around for other things - ordered Integra chicken (wet food in square trays) and Kattovit low protein. She tried the Kattovit, ate a little of it, on one occasion, and then refused to eat anymore - in fact would avoid her food bowl completely if Kattovit was put in it, luckily she loves the Integra. I read somewhere that Integra is high in Vit A and should also be monitored in cats with renal disease. But I'm thrilled my cat is eating and enjoying her Integra food, both wet and dry, rather than starving herself.

Was excellent but consistency has now changed to glue

I've been buying this in both the chicken & fish flavours for about 18 months. Until now I would have recommended it to anyone who has a cat with urinary oxalate crystals. However, the last batch I received in both flavours has been extremely sticky & is giving my cat diarrhoea. I know it's this particular food that's causing the problem as he gets better every time I stop feeding it to him. This is a real disappointment as there aren't that many equivalent products & this was a very cost effective food.

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