Royal Canin Urinary Moderate Calorie Adult Cat Wet Food - Morsels in Gravy
Royal Canin Urinary Moderate Calorie is full of the nutrients your cat needs to maintain a healthy weight and also contributes to healthy kidney and bladder operation.
How it works
This food contains fewer calories than standard food, which means it can help to keep your cat at a healthy weight, even if they tend to overeat. This can be especially beneficial to neutered cats, who require less food overall.
Additionally, the 8% moisture level aids the dilution of your cat’s urine. This can help to ease bladder diseases by reducing the concentration of harmful substances.
The formula also employs 'relative super saturation', which causes your cat’s urine to become more acidic. This has the benefit of reducing the formation of struvite and oxalate crystals in the bladder and kidneys. These crystals can go on to form stones if not kept in check.
A varied flavour and ingredient profile ensures that the food is packed full of all the nutrients your cat needs, with a flavour they’ll love, making it easy to get them eating it.
- high moisture levels benefit your cat’s bladder and kidney functions
- acidifies urine, helping to reduce the formation of bladder and kidney stones
- natural ingredients with a taste your cat will enjoy
- moderated calorie count contributes to maintaining a healthy weight
- balanced nutritional value.
When to use it
Cats, just like us, can suffer from being overweight. Your cat also shares many of the same potential health risks, including diabetes, arthritis, and skin problems. If your cat is seriously overweight, it can also affect life expectancy. Switching to a lighter diet, with food like Royal Canin Urinary Moderate Calorie, could help to reduce weight gain.
If your cat is suffering from a bladder disease, such as feline idiopathic cystitis, then this food can help to alleviate the effects. Some signs that your cat might have a bladder problem are an increased need to go to the toilet and pain, difficulty or visible blood when urinating.
Because veterinary diets are formulated for the nutritional support of pets with specific clinical conditions, we recommend that you only use them under professional advice. For more information on feeding Royal Canin Urinary Moderate Calorie to your cat, please consult your veterinary surgeon.
Meat and animal derivatives, derivatives of vegetable origin, minerals, cereals, vegetable protein extracts, oils and fats, various sugars. Crude ash: 1.8%. Crude fibre: 1%. Crude oil fats: 3.5%. Moisture: 80%. Protein: 10%.
Vitamin D3: 225 IU, E1 (Iron): 3 mg, E2 (Iodine): 0.25 mg, E4 (Copper): 2 mg, E5 (Manganese): 1 mg, E6 (Zinc): 10 mg, Urine acidifying substances: calcium sulfate: 0.25%. Technological additives: (acidity regulator) Sodium bisulfate: 0.5 g.
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Has to have special diet cat foodMy cat seems to like his food ,but I should change it some times he might get fed up with same food all the times
Good customer serviceAlways delivered on time and the correct product. Thank you.
Completely Different ProductRoyal Canin has changed manufacturers and now the food is completely different. My cat has been eating this S/O Urinary for years, but instead of little meaty nuggets in gravy like before, this is now a slab of mush (referred to as “loaf” on the packet) which is not even the same colour or smell as before. My cat hates it. Please bring back the old formula.
Great for old catsGreat for my old cat who had urinary difficulties.
"New Design" means smaller packetsI've been buying this for our cats for years, and the so called "new design" feels like a bit of a rip off. Instead of 100g packets, it's now 85g packets, and the price is the same... Our cats love it, but even so, I will now be trying other foods as the smaller packets means we will have to buy it more often and the price for cat food goes up by quite a bit.