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i/d Feline Digestive Care Chicken Formula Dry Cat Food

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Your cat’s digestive health can be negatively affected by many things and when your cat has digestive upset, it’s a thoroughly unpleasant experience for everyone involved. The good news is that you can help your cat feel better with a food that is formulated to provide the digestive care they need.
Hill’s® nutritionists and veterinarians developed Prescription Diet® i/d® , nutrition specially formulated to help improve digestion and stool quality in cats.


Why We Love It

  • Highly digestible with optimal balance of soluble and insoluble natural fibers
  • Prebiotic fiber and essential omega-3 and -6 fatty acids with controlled minerals
  • High in electrolytes and B vitamins with clinically proven antioxidants

All Ingredients

Chicken By-Product Meal, Brewers Rice, Corn Gluten Meal, Whole Grain Corn, Pork Fat, Egg Product, Pea Protein, Pea Fiber, Chicken Liver Flavor, Lactic Acid, Potassium Chloride, Calcium Sulfate, Choline Chloride, Dried Beet Pulp, DL-Methionine, Iodized Salt, vitamins (Vitamin E Supplement, L-Ascorbyl-2-Polyphosphate (source of vitamin C), Niacin Supplement, Thiamine Mononitrate, Vitamin A Supplement, Calcium Pantothenate, Riboflavin Supplement, Biotin, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Folic Acid, Vitamin D3 Supplement), Taurine, minerals (Ferrous Sulfate, Zinc Oxide, Copper Sulfate, Manganous Oxide, Calcium Iodate, Sodium Selenite), Mixed Tocopherols for freshness, Natural Flavors, Beta-Carotene

Guaranteed Analysis

Nutrient Guaranteed Units
Crude Protein 0.32% min
Crude Fat 0.17% min
Crude Fiber 0.04% max
Calcium 0.7% min
Calcium 0.7% min
Phosphorus 1.1% max
Calcium 1.4% max
Magnesium 0.04% min
Phosphorus 0.6% min
Magnesium 0.15% max
Phosphorus 0.6% min
Magnesium 0.04% min
Magnesium 0.15% max
Calcium 1.4% max
Phosphorus 1.1% max
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Customer Reviews

Delicious!

5

I love these crunchy kibs! It is for my sensitive tum, but my brother and sister love it too---they often pilfer it in lieu of their own food.

Houston, TX

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Finally!

5

My 8 year old began having problems with vomiting about 4 hours after he ate. It got so bad I averaged 3 cans of carpet cleaner a month. We tried everything; Fromm/Blue Buffalo/Dave's/Fresh Pet...and the list goes on. My vet ran tests and while he was healthy, he still had issues with vomiting and loose stools. Finally a friend who had lost his kitty gave me a case of I/D and I gave it a try. My kitty loved the wet food and My vet gave me a 4lb bag to try for free. OMG! Finally...a food he loves AND no more vomiting nor loose stools! It is pricey but it is worth it to have a healthier kitty!

Fairbanks, Alaska

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Possibly saved my cat

4

My cat quit eating for 6 days. He would pick at his food and was throwing up quite a lot, daily. We took him to the vet, they treated him for worms and gave him this cat food. He's finally eating again and not throwing up. We're not sure what the original problem was and we go back in a week for another checkup but in less than 2 days it has made a huge difference.

Elkhart, IN

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My Lilly kitty has some serious health issues our Vet sugges

5

We have two Kitties. Lilly got very sick and needs to be on Hills prescription ID food. She is a very persnickey cat but to my surprise changed over to ID happily. Our other kitty demanded he be feed the ID also or he would just eat Lilly's food. Bottom line we now have both cats on Hills prescription ID food. #twohappycats.

Fort Wayne, In

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Great food that everyone enjoys

5

One of our many cats was diagnosed with severe pancreatits a couple of years ago and has been on i/d dry food ever since. That wouldn't change although she now has several other of our cats who join her at mealtimes, and they ALL enjoy the i/d. Last year they were still kittens and they would push in to eat her i/d while she would be left with their kitten food which of course was not ideal. Now that everyone's grown up, they can all eat i/d - meal times are much easier that way. The only problem is that because i/d only comes in such small quantities, feeding six cats this food is becoming too expensive. My only wish is that Hills would pack i/d in larger quantities.

Auckland New Zealand

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Please make a bigger bag

5

I have three cats and only one needs to eat the Hill's Id but I decided to put all three on it. They love the food, I only wish you offered a bigger bag!

michigan

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You Changed the Food: the Cat Throws Up Now

1

It was the only food that my car could eat. It was wonderful. But you changed the size of the kernal, or you changed the formulation, or both. And now my cat throws up with each meal. Thanks for nothing.

Bucharest, Romania

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My cat is eating again!

4

In July 2017 we noticed Maxine was vomiting everything she ate and had lost a significant amount of weight. She's 14 and has a few elderly cat issues and I was afraid we were going to lose her but after a trip to the vet we were told to try i/d Digestive Care with chicken (the cat on the can looks like Max!). As you can see she loves it and our 7 year old Jet loves it, too. (Jet's not supposed to eat it but sometimes she swoops in for a taste before I can put it away). I'm not a vet but I think i/d has a lot to do with Max still being here in December when I wasn't sure she would make it to August. We aren't sure how much time we have left with her but are making the most of it. SUGGESTION: Only 4 stars for taste because Max only likes it out of the can at room temperature. She will eat it from a plate (if I get the chance to put it on a plate before she noses in) right after opening but is not a fan of it after it has been refrigerated. Perhaps you could consider making a smaller 2 or 3oz can. I was afraid to try to warm in up in case that messed with it's properties and I'm not sure how long I can leave it out before it's dangerous. Thank you very much to everyone at Hill's for the role you have played in helping her! Sincerely, Max's Family

Houston, TX

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Amazing results for a picky eater!

5

I have two cats, littler-mates, 2 years old. My boy recently got very sick - so sick I almost drove two hours with the flu to an emergency vet. It was determined he had an upper GI infection. My vet prescribed this dry cat food for him to eat (the wet food was not well received). My boy HATES dry cat food. Always has. He will grudgingly eat it if he is hungry enough, but would prefer to have wet food all the time. He LOVED this. Both of my cats loved it (but my girl normally prefers dry food anyway). When I feed them in the morning, they get wet food first, which he is always excited for, but he will actually abandon his wet food when I give him Hill's i/d Digestive care dry food. I am beyond stunned, and since switching to this dry food, I have noticed a huge improvement in the quality of their coats. They are so silky, shiny, and soft! Neither one of my cats have ever looked healthier or enjoyed dry food so much! I had in the past tried a different (non-prescription) Hill's food that they both refused to eat. I don't remember now which kind it was, but they absolutely loved this one! Now that he is better (and our prescription bag has run out), I am going to try to find a non-prescription Hill's that hopefully they will love just as much! (And will hopefully be less expensive!) ;)

Bedford, IN

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My cat was on for 10 yrs and off for 4. On again!

5

My cat was on I/D from the time I found him as a stray when he was around two. I know I/D is expensive, but I have no complaints because it is high quality. Long story short, but I kept my cat on this for ten years. Then I moved and left my old vet behind. In my new town, I tried over the counter "natural grain free" foods because I am gluten free. Four years later I am going back to I/D again, My cat was examined last year, and his kidneys and teeth are fine despite him being 15 years old. I attribute that to the 10 years on I/D. But his breath had gotten really bad. After a cleaning it was better, but became worse again in short time. After calling to ask for a little advice on this, it became clear to me the vet I had been seeing was in it for the money, and was no help. I was finally advised in a short phone call by a cat specialist. She said grain free is not for all cats, and to change foods. The over the counter grain free foods had made his breath and bowl movements smell hideous like rotting flesh and gasoline. The problem was so bad it was making me sick to be in the same room with him. Just the smell caused me to have phlegm in the back of my throat. I've only had him back on I/D for a few days, but there is a noticeable difference. He cries less. He sleeps better and the smell is going away If you smell I/D and smell your over the counter food, you will likely find I/D smells a lot less pungent. Yes, this is expensive. But it's okay. The alternative is not doable.

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