04/24/20 | Chris Balfe

Why?

Why, why, why do companies insist on fixing things that are not broken? Hill's 'improved' this product, but like so many 'improvements' this has actually resulted in the product taking a step backwards. Whereas my three cats liked the taste and shape of these, since the 'improvement' they won't touch it. So, I ask again, why fix something that isn’t broken?