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Our Bengal has tried a handful of different foods and I really appreciate how much this one suits him. Other foods just went straight through him and make him quite poorly Sensitive is well recieved and comes out how it should. Works great for my kitty. Would recommend others to try if cat has a sensitive stomach
My Persian was diagnosed with Pancreatitis about a month ago my vet ordered a Prescription food for him which he refused to eat I did some research spoke to Royal Canin and then my vet and decided to try this food well it was like a miracle Harvey is now back to normal no more diarrhea and is so much happier my daughter could not believe the difference when she saw him even his coat looks better this food is worth every penny !
We have 2 Maine Coons, one is very healthy and the other one was a sickly kitten and is now a sickly cat with endless eye, ear and gum infections, a snotty nose and frequent colitis. We got his tummy stable with Orijen but always have eye drops in the fridge for the next eye infection. We then had another Maine Coon kitten come to stay - she also developed bad tummy issues and her vet put her onto this food. Our sickly 4-year-old started stealing it and now he's pretty much completely better!
I took in two rescue cats from Blue Cross who are both diary, gluten, wheat, egg etc intolerant and at first I thought, gosh this will be a challenge to ensure they stay health and fit as they were only just a year old. I looked into the food options on Zooplus' website - the best food for them has been the Sensitivity Control 27 which they have absolutely loved from day 1. I also buy the food pouches with the same ingredients in them and their tummies are good and they are fit and healthy.
I used to use this food for a previous cat I had and it was great. There was a choice of Chicken and Rice or fish and rice Now it is Turkey only and I thought I would try it but this made my cat worse. Shame they don't make the food in the other flavours anymore
My 18 year old tabby Silver loves these biscuits which were originally recommended by the vet for his sister who had a very sensitive stomach and who, sadly, had to be put to sleep 7 months ago, but in order to avoid food wars at the time the vet said she had no hesitation about him having them as well. Although he continues to have no food problems she still recommends them because of his age in order to help keep his digestion as healthy as possible. Also I have checked this item out on several websites, and Zooplus is by far the cheapest. Delivery is always prompt as well.
Vet recommended for cat who was vomiting at least twice a week. He was losing weight and his coat was in poor condition. Since the change he vomited maybe once a month, has stopped losing weight and had a lovely healthy shiney coat.. Great vet advice, great product.
My two hairless cats have had a period of not digesting their food properly (vomiting). Their stools were also not firm and quite smelly. I started using the Royal Canin Vet Diet Sensitivity Control 8 weeks ago, and the vomiting has stopped and their stools are firm again. There are also no more unpleasant odours from the litter box.
My cat has been suffering from eosinophilic granuloma and has finally (hopefully) come out of the tunnel of dermatoses thanks to this product. I have tried many brands with little result, but this line is perfect for now.
This veterinary range has been a real salvation for my cats. One of them has skin problems and a tendency to gain weight, and with this food I think we've managed to minimise the skin problems while keeping his weight down. We've tried many foods and only this one has helped us to achieve results. So very happy :)
My Siberian has showed small traces of blood in her stool for a few months (they are formed but soft). The cat has always eaten Royal Canin products as well as Happy Cat, and the vet has diagnosed a strong intestinal inflammation due to a likely food intolerance to certain ingredients in the food. I was recommended a diet based on RC Sensitivity Control and the cat is now very well, her fur is even more thick and shiny, the blood is gone, and the stool consistency is back to normal. I would only recommend it if your vet has advised it, as it is a 'veterinary diet' and shouldn't be tried without a vet's supervision.
My big cat Zumba only eats this, and it seems that all is well!!
Thor loves them! We tried the suggestion of this veterinary food because of a probable food intolerance, and our big cat has particularly appreciated it, and more importantly it has solved his diarrhoea problems.
When the vet advised us to start using this food, and I was afraid that Sandy, who is usually very picky, would refuse to eat them. But instead she's mad about them!
One of my Maine Coons was diagnosed with IBD...she lost a huge amount of weight and was hospitalised for some time. The specialist after stabilising her advised to feed RC Sensitivity Control. Its really made a difference. No vomiting...she's gone from 4.4kg to 5.2kgs in a week....she's happy and loves the biscuit. Would definitely recommend.
My Scamp really liked this, unfortunately it hasn't really helped with the diarrhoea too much..