Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Gastrointestinal Moderate Calorie Adult Wet Cat Food
Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Feline Gastro Intestinal Moderate Calorie GIM 35 is a complete nutritional cat food specially designed to combat the risk and discomfort caused by digestive disorders.
How it works
This easily digestible food is fortified with EPA and DHA fatty acids, which improve digestive health. Its fermentable fibres feed the micro flora in your cat's gut, while the inclusion of MOS stimulates the immune system, neutralising pathogenic bacteria that can cause further illness and digestive discomfort. As well as being flavoursome enough to appeal to the fussiest eaters (or smallest appetites), this formulation has a moderate calorie count to help cats with a fuller figure maintain a healthy weight.
Fed to your cat in small portions throughout the day, Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Feline Gastro Intestinal Moderate Calorie GIM 35 is a simple way to reduce digestive discomfort.
- nutritionally complete and doesn't need to be supplemented with other food
- easy to digest
- contains nutrients that support a balanced digestive system
- EPA and DHA fatty acids help maintain digestive health
- tastes great: ideal for fussy cats and those with reduced appetites
- moderate calorie content helps maintain a healthy weight.
When to use it
Gastrointestinal disorders prevent your cat from digesting food efficiently and can lead to a number of symptoms. They may have trouble healing and gaining energy, or display vomiting, gas, weakness, constipation or regurgitation. However, the biggest sign of digestive disorder is soft stools and diarrhoea, which can lead to serious side effects like dehydration and electrolyte imbalance. Should you notice any of these symptoms, speak to your vet as soon as possible; they will be able to offer a diagnosis and suitable treatment.
Your vet may recommend Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Feline Gastro Intestinal Moderate Calorie GIM 35 if your cat has gastrointestinal issues such as colitis, dysbakteria, inflammatory bowel disease, exocrine pancreatic inefficiency, gastritis, malabsorption or maldigestion. It can also be used to aid recovery after periods of acute diarrhoea. Treatment length is usually two weeks (for acute diarrhoea) and 3 to 12 weeks for other issues. However, cats with more serious ailments may be recommended to continue on the diet for a longer period.
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 Veterinary Diet Feline Gastro Intestinal Moderate Calorie GIM 35 to your cat, please consult your veterinary surgeon.
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Cat with health problems and she is fussyGood product . She only eats a tiny bit at a time but at least she is eating it
Food for pancreatics!Usual story - Siamese survivor of pancreatitis, now his sole foodstuff. I also feed him the dry version, hiding it so that he has to work to find and gobble it all up. he's very food motivated and happy to hoover this up and shout for more. Never seems to tire of the same thing day in and day out, and his looks and behaviour can't be faulted.
Low calorie food my cats love!My vet recommended slowing down weight gain in our cats and to try this as one cat vomits regularly due to very long coat. I thought they would turn their noses up at it but they call for the food every morning and night now!
Moderate calorie dietOur cat needs a moderate calorie diet following pancreatic problems a few years ago. We have tried other veterinary recommended brands which she stopped eating but has been on the Royal Canin wet and dry varieties for over 12 months now.
Good for special dietsBrought this on the advice of my vet due to my cat needing a special diet. I wont say he enjoys it, but he eats it. Could properly o with some more gravy/sauce with it