Hills y/d dried food

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Hills y/d dried food

Post by fionaocl » Mon Jun 10, 2019 12:17 pm

Would anyone like 4.5 kilos of hills prescription y/d for the price of the postage. It is only to be used if recommended by a vet.

Bag opened but properly kept. I fed my 21 year old cat it and the wet food and we had a whole extra year with her because of this diet.

It's quite expensive do I don't want it to go to waste.

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Re: Hills y/d dried food

Post by Mollycat » Mon Jun 10, 2019 1:13 pm

Great idea, I have had lots of prescription foods left over with cats' changing needs and usually end up donating to a local independent cat rescue. We recently had cause to use y/d and it really did its job - only while waiting for radioiodine treatment though.

Sorry for your loss, lovely to have had that extra time though. Hope someone gets to benefit from your kindness.

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Re: Hills y/d dried food

Post by Lilith » Mon Jun 10, 2019 1:29 pm

Hi and welcome and yes, good idea. My vet collects donations for the Blue Cross so any foods, script or otherwise, my cats end up disliking, go to a good cause. If you don't get any takers on here, local vets/charities might be an alternative.

And sorry to hear of your loss x

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Re: Hills y/d dried food

Post by Kay » Mon Jun 10, 2019 1:41 pm

good idea - vets might well know of a cat diagnosed with HT whose owner is struggling to afford medications and special foood

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