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ROYAL CANIN FELINE HEALTH NUTRITION Indoor INTENSE HAIRBALL 34 dry cat food, 15-Pound

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  1. 17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Life Saver, January 1, 2011
    By 
    Kelly (Madisonville, KY) –

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    This review is from: ROYAL CANIN FELINE HEALTH NUTRITION Indoor INTENSE HAIRBALL 34 dry cat food, 15-Pound (Misc.)
    Let me just say that this food has been a life saver. One of my male cats has suffered from horrible hairballs all of his life. I tried science diet, nutro, blue buffalo, you name it. Finally one day I ended up at the Emergency Vet (weekend of course) with a very sick cat. Come to find out he had a hairball that had lodged in his intestine and blocked it. Luckily he was OK. The vet recommended this food and we have been great ever since (2.5 years now). He still throws up the occasional hair ball, but wow they have decreased in frequency and size. I love this food and so does my cat.

    The only problem that I have had with this food is from Amazon’s packaging process. When it comes from Amazon, the bag is somehow ripped open or cut open every time. When it comes from petfood direct, no problems ever. Not sure what Amazon is doing wrong, but they need to figure it out as this is not exactly cheap cat food.

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  2. 9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Cats Love it, and it Reduces Cat Yakkage, January 3, 2010
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    Amazon Customer (Jefferson City, MO) –

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    I am the proud slave/minion of two feline evil geniuses. I only hope that my servitude will allow me to one day be reincarnated as a cat who gets to sleep in front of the heating vent all day, only rising for food and attention.

    Royal Canin is exceptional cat food. My older, part Siamese kitty has bad teeth that are typical of his breed. I have fed him everything from Purina Indoor to Iams to Eukanuba. All of these he would eat whole and yak up on the floor. Because his nutrition sucked, his coat was dull and he would shed and shed. So I went on a search for something better. I found Royal Canin.

    First off, when you open this bag (and it’s resealable, so it won’t get stale!), expect your cat to go nuts. It actually SMELLS better than any other dry cat food I’ve found. The first time I opened it, my older cat (didn’t have the little one yet) tried to climb into the bag.

    So here are the pros:

    -It’s really appetizing/appealing. For cats anyway.
    -The weird flat triangle shape makes it harder to yak up on the floor.
    -The higher amount of protein/fats (less “filler”) means that it’s easier to digest and less likely to be yakked up on the floor.
    -Within a couple of weeks you’ll notice WAY less shedding and a shinier, more lustrous coat. Kitty feels like bunny fur, shines like a mink.
    -Less shedding and a higher fat/oil content means less hairballs to yak up (mine does it VERY rarely anymore…maybe once every other month. He just digests them now.
    -You can actually feed less than you would the other foods because less filler means more is digested.
    -Also means less poop.
    -And that poop is less stinky/nasty.

    The cons:

    -It’s more expensive.
    -When it’s feeding time, your cat WILL NOT SHUT UP until you put it in the bowl.
    -If you really like stepping in cat yak or kicking it across the floor in the middle of the night in your bare feet, sorry, your mooshy toe days are numbered.

    So, don’t be detered by the price (which is WAY cheaper here per pound than it is at PetCo…and with free shipping!), give it a try. It’s worth it if you want to be the best minion/slave you can possibly be (and increase your chances of being a cat in your next life!*).

    *Disclaimer: Purchase of Royal Canin does not guarantee purchaser will be reincarnated as a feline in any of their following lives. This reviewer takes no responsibility for reincarnation disappointments.

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  3. 13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    MAGIC CAT FOOD, January 21, 2011
    By 
    A. Rekas (boston) –
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    This review is from: ROYAL CANIN FELINE HEALTH NUTRITION Indoor INTENSE HAIRBALL 34 dry cat food, 15-Pound (Misc.)
    I have an extremely large (not fat, just huge) cat, who has major problems with digestion. Every other brand cat food he would barf up his breakfast every day. Finally I brought him to the vet, spend $1000 trying to figure out what the hell was wrong with him (he was also worrying the base of his tail bald and howling). We switched him to a novel protein diet (venison) and intense hairball (this product) and like magic, everything cleared up. He still barfs from time to time, but it’s gone from an every day occurrence to a once every few weeks occurrence.

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