Hill’s Science Diet Ideal Balance Pet Food Coupons and Review
My cats are important to me and I love to please them with the foods that they love – but I also want them to eat nutritious food. It thrilled my cats when I received a free bag of Hill’s Science Diet Ideal Balance Cat food from BzzAgent.com is an understatement.
I didn’t want them to eat it before I could even do the review and see them eating it, so I stored it in my bedroom closet. The cats literally ate through the bag when someone left the closet door open and they found their new bag of food. It’s not like they didn’t have food down in the kitchen already, either! It was even a brand new bag of their regular favorite, but they totally lost interest. Every morning at feeding time since receiving this new bag, three of my cats would stand guard at my bedroom closet in trying to dart in and snag a bite. I guess their keen little noses could smell it through the bag! At any rate, here is a video of my putting down their regular food this morning, along with a bowl of the Hill’s Science Diet Ideal Balance Pet Food. You can see for yourself. They wouldn’t tough their long-time favorite and waited in line at the Hill’s Science Diet even though there was another full bowl of food.
You will have to excuse the video quality here.
I can also feel good about feeding Ideal Balance to my cats because I know it is good for them. It meets the AAFCO feeding standards. AAFCO or Association of American Feed Control Officials is the governing body for pet food in the United States. “As Fed” is the gold standard for determining nutritional adequacy. It is not recommended for feeding to Senior cats, so I will have to find some way to keep my Whiskers kitty (18-year-old Japanese Bobtail) from eating it.
- Fresh chicken—1st ingredient
- No corn
- Formulated for easy digestion
- Optimal levels of key nutrients
I used the comparison tool on Hill’s Science Diet’s Website to compare it to what I normally feed my cats (as well as other major brands like Nutro and Purina ONE) and it fared better nutritionally every time in several key nutritional variables. You can run a comparison of your own (and score a free bag for cats or dogs) on the Hill’s Science Diet Ideal Balance