Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets Feline NF St/OX Renal Function Wet Food Pouch With Salmon
Purina Pro Plan veterinary diets feline NF St/OX renal function wet food pouch with salmon has been carefully blended to give your cat everything they need for a happy life, despite their kidney condition.
How it works
Kidney disease can cause many problems for your cat, but this food can help to limit the spread of the illness while making sure they get all the nutrition they need stay on top form. Omega-3 fatty acids are included to help reduce inflammation and keep blood pressure low.
Phosphorous content is kept especially low too, which can help to reduce the rate at which the disease progresses. Additionally, proteins are high quality and carefully selected to reduce toxin build-up in your pet's body. This can limit general sickness and promote a more active lifestyle.
- low phosphorous content to reduce progression of kidney disease
- omega-3 fatty acids maintain low blood pressure and reduce inflammation
- high quality proteins are limited to reduce toxicity build-up
- can help to reduce general sickness
- supports urinary health.
When to use it
A serious condition like a kidney disease means your cat will most likely need a special diet. This Purina Pro Plan veterinary diets feline NF St/OX renal function wet food pouch with salmon can help to reduce or offer relief to some of the problems your pet faces.
By using carefully selected proteins, the toxins that can build up as a result of reduced kidney function can be kept to a minimum. This means your cat's illness won't always progress as quickly, meaning they can remain a bit more active.
If you think your pet is suffering from a kidney problem, especially if they are vomiting frequently, seem lethargic or are losing weight, see your vet straight away.
It's always important to speak to your vet before changing your pet's diet. This recipe is not suitable for pregnant cats or for kittens.
Composition: Meat and animal derivatives, oils and fats, cereals, minerals, various sugars. Protein sources: pork liver, turkey, poultry heart & liver, rice flour
Analytical Constituents: Moisture: 76.5%
Fat content: 11.2%
Crude ash: 2.0%
Crude fibres: 0.3%
Taurine: 770 mg/kg
Additives: IU/kg: Vitamin A: 1 640; Vitamin D3: 220; Vitamin E: 240;
mg/kg: E1: 48; E2: 0.92; E4: 5.9; E5: 8.5; E6: 120; E8: 0.078.
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The best renal food according to my cat!Cats are fussy creatures and my cat Tilly has tried many renal varieties & not that there is an abundance of them!&. It had got to the point where she refused any of the wet foods. This was a last resort - and so far she loves both the salmon and chicken flavours. Literally woofs them down. Such a relief to find something she will eat.
renal wet cat food why not in jelly .Our cat 15 yrs old , we have been told to feed him on renal food only ,one problem is we cant get renal in jelly only gravey.he would rather eat jelly
Renal Cat FoodOur cat is nearly 19 yrs old and was told by the vet to change her food to non protein. She loves both the Salmon & Chicken Purina Renal cat food.
Not as well liked as the chicken flavourMy cat is nearly 18 she has 75% kidney failure she enjoyed the chicken flavour so I bought the salmon to give some variety but unfortunately it didn't go down as well, she has now decided that she only likes the dry biscuit renal food which she can't get enough of
Loves the SalmonOur 18yrs old cat enjoys this the gravy makes a big difference. Especially the Salmon but there are flavour choices too