very disappointed

my cat enjoyed the food in the pouches so I decided to buy what i thought would be the equivalent in tins, as they are more environmentally friendly. Really disappointed to find the contents are totally different and my cat refuses to eat it.
01/15/16 | Brian

Beware, its not the same stuff!

Hill Prescription diet Feline c/d Multicare - Chicken in pouches is chunky chicken in gravy and the tins just look like regular old cat food paste. Even the ingredients look different. My cat loves the pouches but hates the stuff in the tins. Hills should not give different ingredients the same name. Most irritating after buying a few months supply of the wrong stuff.
08/25/14 | originally published in zooplus.hu


Just amazing! We fed this to our poorly kitten gradually over 4 weeks, and had to give him small regular meals placed in his mouth because he couldn't eat or drink by himself! After five days he finally went to the toilet and we were so happy! He survived with a lot of care and this food was definitely crucial. Thank you Hills!

They love it

This food is happily accepted by our cat and you can also easily add a little more water to help the consistency if your cat prefers softer food. Moreover, the ingredients are optimal for cats with struvite stones and compares well to other more expensive special diets.
05/28/14 | originally published in zooplus.es

They are not his favourite

The cans are great. My cat only eats one can per 5 days, and by the 5th day of being kept in the fridge it does get a little dry.


Indispensable for my cat, who has urinary problems, and with this food (and medication) his suffering is over!
05/10/14 | originally published in zooplus.nl


I am very satisfied with this product for our cat, and she also loves it too! Besides this food she also gets some dry food from Hills.
04/30/14 | originally published in zooplus.it

Good product but not cruelty free

All my cats eat it willingly because it's paté, and it's great for sensitive cats or repeat sufferers of struvite. But unfortunately Hill's have been found to support some dodgy animal practices, so the products are not cruelty free!
03/26/14 | originally published in zooplus.pl

Nice product

My cat has had serious problems with nephrolithiasis. At the beginning he would only eat the Hills dry food, but now I decided to diversify his diet and chose these cans. I must admit he eats them very happily, and his condition seems to be fine.

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