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  1. 17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Helps with cat digestion!, January 9, 2013
    By 
    Megan

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    My cat is an idiot. She eats food too quickly, and then throws it up. I couldn’t figure out what was wrong with her for the life of me… so I took her to the vet. $150 later, I am told to try some bigger kibble. So I got her some Royal Canin Oral Sensitive… and … voila. She never throws up now, unless I run out of Royal Canin and give her salmon from a can.
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  2. 14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Three days so far–cat vomit free!, April 6, 2011
    By 
    Kristina Thompson (Omaha, NE) –
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    I was at wits end when I stumbled across this cat food. For the past couple years I’ve been feeding my indoor hand-me-down cat of indeterminate age canned food, since she would vomit whenever she ate dry food.

    Lately she started vomiting part of the time even with the canned food. In addition, at the annual pet check-up two months ago, the vet commented that she had some fairly bad plaque build-up on her teeth, which he said was probably caused by her soft food diet. He recommended adding some water to her dry food in order to prevent the vomiting. It didn’t work.

    A desperate google search on “cat vomit” turned up the Royal Canin oral sensitive option. Several cat owners reported that feeding this dry food eliminated vomiting. Though I couldn’t think of a reason that it would actually work I decided to try a bag. That was several days ago, and I am very pleased to report that we’re going on day 3 “cat vomit free.”

    Maybe I’ll actually be able to get that new carpet….

    At the cat’s next check-up I’ll be able to report on any change in the vet’s description of her oral condition, but that might not be until next year.
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    Edit: it has now been close to two months that we have been using this cat food. The cat only vomited one day so far, rather than daily, and she produced two hairballs and then stopped. She has also started behaving kittenish again–racing around the house, knocking over things and running away, and clamoring to be petted. She can be a bit of nuisance, but I’ll take a kittenish cat every day of the year over finding wet messes all over my house. We will keep buying this cat food–I don’t know why it works, but it does.

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  3. 13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Add a Small Amount of This to Their Other Food, July 23, 2013
    By 
    BruceTheFelineReviewer (NYC Area) –

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    The trick with this formula is to use it judiciously. As a human companion, you must figure out the optimal amount to add to your owner’s . . . er . . . I mean . . . uh . . . “feline friend’s,” regular cereal. Too much will produce the effects noted by other reviewers, namely frequent vomiting. Too little, and its addition is pointless as it has little to no effect and yet is high in calories. My human companion adds 1/8 cup (about fifteen pieces) to 1 cup of other meat cereal and then divides this between my brother’s and my bowls. She knows how much to add because she titrated the amount, checking my breath with various increments of this formula.

    I have Feline Tooth Resorption (FORLs), a fairly common disease that causes horrific dental pain and tooth loss. At age 6, I now have only 12 of my original 20 teeth, despite my human companion’s diligence and frequent professional cleanings. I also have a wee bit of a weight control issue, or so I’m told. Furthermore, I flat out refuse all the customary hairball pastes (Femalt, Laxatone, Petromalt, and the like).

    As a true connoisseur of meat cereals, and being of Meezer ethnicity, before I was diagnosed with the aforementioned conditions, I was accustomed to eating only the finest cereal the world has to offer, Royal Canin Dry Cat Food, Siamese 38 Formula, 6-Pound Bag, which I highly recommend to anyone without these issues.

    However, due to either my husky physique, or, more likely, an evil plot to alter my otherwise excessive sex appeal, I have had to switch over to a low calorie formula, Royal Canin Dry Cat Food, Indoor Light 40 Formula, 15-Pound Bag. Though scrumptious, this food does nothing to help my dentition. So, my human companion mixes in a small amount of this formula, Royal Canin Dry Cat Food, Oral Sensitive 30 Formula, 6-Pound Bag.

    My brother, Maxx, is Balinese and has long hair. Since he and I made a pact, long ago, to never eat hairball paste under any circumstance, we tend to have problems with hairballs. This dental formula, though, actually allows us to pass hair in the more sophisticated manner, without vomiting. My human companion learned that this food is designed for both dental health and hairball control from the Royal Canin Representative she met in one of the Big Box Brick&Mortar Pet Supply stores a few years back. Since that time, the company has added this information to the labeling on the bag. (OK, now you’re curious. So I’m just going to have to say it, though I tried to avoid such crass talk. We pass our ingested hair in our feces. It’s far better than hearing us yak.)

    One final point. Once you determine the optimal amount for your . . . you know . . . cat, then make sure you mix it into the other cereal well. My companion actually stirs it with a spoon. I say this because if I eat too many pieces of this food all in a row, I puke. Same goes for Maxx, and from reading other reviews, I’m thinking other fine felines everywhere. You can read my human companion’s endorsements to follow in the Comments section, if you are so inclined. Have a wonderful day, and take a purr.

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