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Hill's Science Diet Tender Chicken Dinner Kitten Food 156g

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Science Diet Kitten Tender Chicken Dinner contains high quality protein to build lean muscle, delivers essential nutrients for building lean muscle in growing kittens. Over 50 different nutrients including 25 vitamins and minerals to provide for the needs of growing kittens. Enriched with taurine to help develop good vision and a healthy heart. Low in magnesium to promote organ health.
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    Customer Reviews(4)

    • Joe says... I only want to feed my kitty the best food and definitely food without filler and this fits the bill. He likes this more than the Liver & Chicken paste which he now ignores.
    • Jenny says... My kittens were already being fed this food when I bought them so I continued it. They both love it.. They prefer it to the dry food.
    • Anne says... My kitten ignored this one too; loves dried food or the Liver & Chicken paste, which is hard to get :-(
    • Bebe says... I wouldn't say my 12 week old kitten is a finicky eater as I can put almost all wet foods in front of her and she'll gobble it down gleefully. But while with other foods, including the Science Diet Liver & Chicken, she'll practically vacuum the food up, she barely acknowledges this when I put it in her bowl. In fact, I gave it to her one night before bed and woke up to an extremely loud and hungry kitten and a bowl still full of this food. This is unfortunate as it's pretty pricey.

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