Royal Canin Cat Food Veterinary Diet Renal Special 4 Kg

Veterinary diets are formulated for the nutritional support of cats with specific clinical conditions and are recommend to be used under veterinary advice. For on feeding Renal Special to your cat, please consult your veterinary surgeon. Points to note Renal Special cat food is for the nutritional support of cats in cases of Chronic Renal Failure (CRF), reduction of calcium oxalate urolith recurrence in cats with impaired renal function, Hepatic encephalopathy, Reduction of recurrence of urolithiasis requiring urine alkalinisation: urate and cystine uroliths. Not recommend in cases of Pregnancy, lactation or growth. Enhanced palatability helps promote spontaneous food intake in cats with renal failure. Restricted Phosphorus intake – Phosphorus retention leads to the development of secondary hyperparathyroidism and progression of the renal failure. Limiting dieary phosphorus intake is an essential part of nutritional support. Helps maintain renal perfusion Increase in glomerular pressure leads to a progressive decline in GFR. Supplementation with long chain omega-3 acids (especially EPA and DHA) supports a lower glomerular pressure Increased uraemia may induce the formation of gastric and intestinal mucosal ulcers. The combination of zeolite and FOS helps protect the mucosa.

Product Features

  • Contains a forumalation of nutrients which will support good renal filtration.
  • Includes antioxidants to help neutralise free radicals.
  • Helps to support a balanced digestive system.
  • Supports renal function thanks to a low phosphorus content.

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3 Responses to Royal Canin Cat Food Veterinary Diet Renal Special 4 Kg

  1. Dean W. Goodall says:

    Taken 5/10 years off our cat I don’t normally get round to reviewing things I’ve bought on-line but the effect of this food on our cat has been simply staggering. She’s an old girl now and was having a few old age problems which you’d associate with kidney deterioration/failure. A visit to the vets confirmed as much and a renal food was recommended to ‘help’ with her issues. The improvement was pretty quick but she’s got better and better as time’s gone on. She’s basically gone from being a cat that we feared might be on…

  2. Sally B says:

    Does the job Thank goodness my picky cat quite likes dry food as she positively hates the RC wet stuff and hardly eats a mouthful at each meal. She doesn’t mind this dry food but unfortunately I can’t leave it down for her as my other cat, who has no kidney problem, is a dustbin and would scoff the lot. Luckily I am home most of the day so can pop the dish down when meowed at and she can have a little but often … so far she has not wasted away and it certainly does the job since she is no longer…

  3. Primary Drifter says:

    2 years later we have a very happy, active I rescued my cat from a student home where for years she was fed wet food (whiskas I think). She was an unsocial cat, not very affectionate or active…kinda depressed really. 1 month after bringing her home (we continued feeding her wet food) we discovered she had a bladder infection and a few weeks later serious renal failure, she was kept alive at the Vets on fluids etc for a week and soon after broke her leg in the garden somehow…she had to have that amputated and soon after was at deaths…