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Q. Are you able to give my cat an rx for the hills cd urinary tract diet? I wa t to buy from this site! My cat has FUS.

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A. Perdon me! Here is the correct link for the wet food version: http://bit.ly/1uHRffx

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A. Most prescription diets will require a prescription from your veterinarian. However, if you wish to buy the product from outside the clinic, your vet can easily have the prescription faxed over to the company you'd like to purchase it at. If you are looking for c/d, you can find the product at this link: http://bit.ly/1tJoBYg (for the dry food version) and http://bit.ly/1uHQinx (for the wet food version).

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