Any tips on where to buy renal food for my cat?

(11 Posts)
jelly10 Sun 27-Nov-16 16:59:07

Our lovely cat has been diagnosed with chronic kidney disease, and she needs to move to a renal diet. The vet recommended royal canin so I bought a couple of sachets to try - good news is the cat loves it smile, bad news is it's four times the price of normal food shock I've looked at petdrugsonline, any other tips for places I might be able to get it a bit cheaper? Thank you.

merlottime Sun 27-Nov-16 17:13:23

We get ours on zooplus. They have a loyalty card as well so you get discounts.

Watto1 Sun 27-Nov-16 17:17:35

We got it from Petdrugsonline.co.uk

I know it's food and not drugs smile but we found them to be the cheapest and the service is excellent. Free next day delivery if I recall correctly (its been a couple of years since we had to buy it).

Watto1 Sun 27-Nov-16 17:18:40

Sorry, you've tried them. I need to read the post properly!

TroysMammy Sun 27-Nov-16 18:52:43

It was 3 years ago but I'm sure I got Hills CD food from Medic Animal.

jelly10 Sun 27-Nov-16 19:45:11

Thank you everyone

FizzyFeet Sun 27-Nov-16 19:47:47

We have the same - have used Viovet and Fetch. Not sure if they are the cheapest but Fetch comes as part of Ocado orders so is v convenient for us at the moment.

OverScentedFanjo Sun 27-Nov-16 19:49:27

I use vetuk I don't think it works out much more than normal food. Buy the biggest sack going, I swapped to dry from wet as it wasn't getting eaten.

OverScentedFanjo Sun 27-Nov-16 19:50:37

We use royal canin. Hills wasn't as good.

fudgefeet Sun 27-Nov-16 19:52:29

We bought from zooplus in bulk. Sorry to hear your cat has kidney failure. X

smearedinfood Tue 29-Nov-16 13:26:10

I like fetch as you can get hourly timeslots for the delivery.

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