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One of my "foster" cats (W) from the shelter developed a urinary problem. He has to eat C/D and apparently this is for the rest of his life.

My other "foster" and two of my own cats are treat fiends as well (X, Y, Z).

If "Z" pesters me for a treat, no matter how softly I unscrew the top, W can hear it from anywhere in the house and comes running it.

Apparently, "W" will not be able to have Temptations any more. That means no one in the house will be able to have them any more.

Does anyone know of any treat brand that is suitable for a cat with urinary problems that other cats are likely to eat?

Because there are five of them in my house, I need to buy in large quantities and not break the bank.

It is impracticable for me to return "W" to the shelter because he has been determined to be "unadoptable." "W" is affectionate in my house but becomes a vicious, wild animal at the shelter. He hides when visitors come making it impossible to adopt him from my house.

Therefore, I need to find a solution that makes everyone in the house happy.
 

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What I've done in the past is give out kibble - a brand they all can eat - as treats. My cats don't know the difference. They know it's from the treat bag and that's all they care about.
 

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I know a lot of pet shops do special treats for cats with certain dietary requirements - I've seen a couple that do treats with ingredients in to help keep a healthy urinary tract. Might be worth looking into.
 
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