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Hills Prescription Diet ID Tins for Cats (Stew with Chicken & Vegetables)

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Manufacturer: Hills Pet Food

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24 x 82g

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Hills Prescription Diet ID Digestive Care Stew for Adult Cats is a nutritionally complete wet food that has been specially formulated to help improve digestion and stool quality in cats.

Made with chicken and vegetables in delicious bite-sized chunks, the irresistible stew also contains a carefully balanced level of fibres that will help to reduce digestive upsets, improve stool quality and regulate bowel movements.

Key Benefits:

  • Highly digestible with an optimal balance of fibres
  • Supports a healthy balance of gut bacteria
  • Supports regular bowel movements and bowel health
  • Replaces lost nutrients and supports easy nutrient absorption
  • Supports a healthy immune system

Composition:
Chicken (18%), Pork Liver, Wheat Gluten, Rice Starch, Rice, Dried Carrots, Animal Fat, Minerals, Rice Flour, Digest, Cellulose, Soybean Oil, Fructo-Oligosaccharides (0.12%), Psyllium, Taurine, Vitamins And Trace Elements. Total Vegetables (1%)

Nutritional Information:
Protein: 37.9%, Fat: 23.2%, Carbohydrate / NFE: 29.4%, Crude Fibre: 2.7%, Calcium: 1.09%, Phosphorous: 0.87%, Potassium: 0.94%, Sodium: 0.49%, Magnesium: 0.087%, Taurine: 0.46%, Vitamin C: 145ppm, Vitamin E: 602IU/Kg, Total Omega-3 FA: 0.33%, Total Omega-6 FA: 3.93%, Carnitine: 25.5ppm

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Debra Hayes

Tried my cat on this at my Vet's recommendation. It seems to be helping with her vomiting issues, although it is early days yet. She does however love this stew so much I'm thinking of renaming her Oliver Twist.