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Hill's Prescription Diet Feline ld was created specifically for the nutritional management cats with liver disorders that cause reduced liver function. Key Benefits: Helps managing cats...  Read more

Hill's Prescription Diet Liver Care l/d Adult Dry Cat Food - Chicken

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Product details

Hill's Prescription Diet Feline ld was created specifically for the nutritional management cats with liver disorders that cause reduced liver function.

Key Benefits:

  • Helps managing cats with liver disease.
  • Highly digestible protein, carbohydrate and fats.
  • Helps limit the production of metabolic toxins from nutrients.
  • Helps reduce the workload of the liver.
  • Helps neutralise free radicals as it contains high level of antioxidants.
  • Provides a great taste and facilitates mixed feeding of both wet and dry food for great cat enjoyment.



Ingredients

Ingredients:

Prescription Diet™ Feline l/d™ Dry - Ground maize, chicken and turkey meal, animal fat, maize gluten meal, dried whole egg, ground rice, Fibrim® 1260, tuna meal, digest, potassium chloride, L-carnitine supplement, choline chloride solution, cellulose, taurine, L-arginine, DL-methionine, calcium carbonate, vitamin E supplement, calcium sulphate dihydrate, thiamine, zinc oxide, niacin, vitamin C supplement, vitamin A supplement, calcium d-pantothenate, riboflavin, beta-carotene supplement, pyridoxine, manganous oxide, ferrous sulphate, folacin, calcium iodate, vitamin D3 supplement, sodium selenite, biotin, vitamin B12, vitamin K. Contains EU approved antioxidant.

Feeding Guide

Recommended quantity:

Cat`s Weight (kg) Dry food (grams)
2 30 - 40
3 40 - 55
4 50 - 70
5 60 - 80
6 65 - 90
7+ 11 - 13 per kg


Always make sure that your cat has access to plenty of water.

Customer reviews

5 out of 5 4  Reviews

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  • try this...
    my vet sold me the royal canin hepatic but my cat just would not eat it but this she loves, such a relief, so if you are trying to find a food that suits your cat do try this.
    booelford - February 14, 2017
  • Best for cats without teeth & liver toxicity.
    My vets flog Royal Canin, probably because RC fund University Chairs, also known as Professors in Dietetics in America, and they most probably do in the UK. I'm a qualified Dowser and my dowser told me that this would be an alternative that my cat could eat when RC Hepatic proved too hard, and a life time of RC plus not so good as it looks could have created this. - save a life today and for the rest of their life. Five Star hero! He is now able to eat high protein Applaws due to this. And is still alive.
    Joy Siamese Ragdoll - January 31, 2017
  • My cat loves this, good thing too as its for life!
    My cat loves this food, which is fab as she will be on it for life due to her liver disease.
    smorrellbrown - February 8, 2016
  • Great for reduced appetite
    Our cat has cholangio hepatitis which means he has reduced liver function and a reduced appetite. He eats this no problem.
    Bozoa1961 - July 30, 2015