Addictive but no good for chicken/rice allergies
I have had a hard time getting my cats off this food, they had pretty much refused to eat anything else. It would have been great if it worked for my cat, 5yr old black d shorthair, with extreme food allergies. I was hoping the whole hydrolyzed protein etc. would work, since the d/d food is missing. Unfortunately it didn't, If your cat has a chicken or rice allergy I wouldn't recommend this food especially since it is very difficult to get them to stop eating it.
Worked... and then didn't????
I'm slightly confused as the first bag that I got worked very well, my cat stopped vomiting and seemed to really like this food... About a month later he developed severe diarrhea (which he does with most foods) and started disliking it. It was almost like he developed an allergy to the food... So I'm trying the D/D as it has more fibre and I have found that he responds well to a high fibre diet. Hope this works better for other cats :-/
Changed the formula
I have been buying this food for my cat for a long time. She has always had stomach problem vomiting every day. The original z/d worked really well but since they have changed something with the formula, my girl has been sick again every day. I wish I could still by the old one.