Rated 5 out of 5 by ShadowsMom Our 6-year-old cat loves it!
Our cat has urinary tract issues and has been eating this cat food for a while now. While he enjoys all of the flavors of the Special Diet brand, he REALLY enjoys this one because it is not the pate. He likes the bits in gravy so we definitely recommend this one. I wish they made some of the other flavors in the bits.
June 13, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by crazykitty2 my 19 month old cat has urinary crystals/blockage
i bought this today and my cat loves the chicken bits special diet and he doesnot like the pate of any kind. Does like the prescription ones except if i mix it with Royal Canin Morsels in gravy n special diet friskies chicken in gravy.
May 19, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by indigorose Won't wait til 10!
I have been using this cat food for a long time. My cat is 7, and doesn't like pâté or hard food much, but she knows when its 10pm and starts talking when I get the spoon! She won't eat anything else.
May 18, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Rabbit Great taste (if you're a cat, of course)
I'm so glad Friskies has this Special Diet food for cats who have crystals in their urinary tracts. I never want my cat to have that surgery again. I do mix it with prescription food as Friskies tastes so good.
March 25, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Rick63 Do you plan to release a beef gravy special diet?
Our four boys love the "Friskies Beef Meaty Bits in Gravy", but urinary tract issues have come up which require us to feed them something like the Friskies Special Diet cat food. The Special Diet cans are a much better value for the money than the foods available at the vets.
The boys don't like the pate foods, and the "Special Diet Meaty Bits Chicken Dinner in Gravy" is acceptable, but they lick all the gravy immediately, and eat the chicken bits gradually over the course of the evening. It is obvious they all prefer beef over chicken!
Do you plan to introduce a Special Diet in Beef in Gravy? This would be ideal for our boys.
March 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Victor Glad it is chunky, not fish, & for urinary health.
We have 2 male adult cats. The vet recommended a urinary diet as a preventative. I am glad Friskies offers Special Diet food for cats. One of our cats refuses to eat pate, so I am glad there is a chunky option for Special Diet. The vet said to avoid fish based cat food also as a urinary preventative--so it is good this is chicken. The Special Diet chicken meaty bits is the only canned food I buy for them.
January 7, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by ken66 Special Diet Meaty Bits Chicken Dinner is Great!
I have a total of seven cats now and one in particular has had surgery for stones twice now. The Vet told me that I would have to keep him on urinary tract cat food, but every single type I tried him on made him throw up. He doesn't like the pate type food, so I put him on the Special Diet Friskies Bits with Gravy and he loves it. Needless to say I have to give the same type food then to all the other six kitties I have and they all love it. I sure do wish that Friskies would make other types of bits in gravy, so that I could alternate them on it.
December 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tom3132 all of the Special Diet varieties are great!!
I have 3 indoor cats that eat this food. They love just about all of the choices. The meaty bits seem to be their favorite, however. *Since I have quite a few cats, how can I buy this product in bulk? Can you recommend a source? Please send me an email response. Thanks. TOM
November 17, 2013