Royal Canin Renal Liquid Cat Food 3x200ml
Not suitable in cases of growth, gestation/lactation.
Should only be fed based upon the specific recommendation of your vet.
In cases of renal insufficiency, a tailor-made diet containing specially selected nutrients can help to support your cat’s kidneys for optimal wellbeing.
Royal Canin Renal Liquid Adult Wet Cat Food is a nutritionally complete liquid formula designed for tube-feeding cats that have been diagnosed with Chronic Renal Insufficiency.
Formulated to support renal function in case of renal insufficiency: high quality proteins and restricted levels of phosphorus
- Contains EPA + DHA and antioxidants
- High energy density that provides daily energy requirements in a reduced feeding volume
- Complete and balanced liquid diet to support the renal function in case of renal insufficiency, for cats requiring assisted enteral nutrition
- The synergistic antioxidant complex (including high levels of Vit E, Vit C, taurine and lutein) helps neutralise free radicals
- Liquid formula with adapted viscosity for an easy use whatever the tube size.
Ingredients: Milk low lactose**, maltodextrin**, vegetable oil** (including oil rich in arachidonic acid), calcium caseinate**, soya protein concentrate**, minerals, fish oil**, mono and diglyceride of fatty acids, marigold extract (source of lutein). ** Highly digestible ingredients
Nutritional information: Crude ash: 0.9%. Crude fibre: 0%. Crude oil fats: 5.5%. Moisture: 85%. Protein: 7%.
Suitable for: tube feeding in cases of Acute Kidney Injury (AKI), Azotaemic Chronic Kidney Disease (IRIS stage 2 to stage 4), Hepatic encephalopathy, Chronic Kidney Disease with proteinuria (IRIS stage 1 to 4).
Royal Canin Renal Veterinary diets are specially formulated to support cats with Chronic Renal Insufficiency. Each one of the unique formulas contains specific nutrients to provide your cat with a complete and balanced diet.
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A nutritionally complete liquid formula designed for tube-feeding cats that have been diagnosed with Chronic Renal Insufficiency.