Urinary Cat

Feed for cats with lower urinary tract disease

2 kg

6 kg

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    • Feline lower urinary tract disease, including struvite urolithiasis, urethral obstruction and idiopathic bladder infections.


    Sodium, chlorides – increased

    Helps to stimulate thirst in cats and therefore increases urine production and protects from the precipitation of crystals and struvites and oxalates in urine.

    DL-methionine – added

    Reduces the pH of urine what causes the dissolution of crystals and struvite stones and protects from re-occurrence of urolithiasis.

    Glucosamine – increased

    Increased content supports the function of the mucopolysaccharide barrier in the wall of the bladder, which reduces the ability of bacteria to enter the body through bladder wall.

    Multidirectional apporach

    Urinary tract and joints

    Not recommended for:

    Pregnant and lactating cats
    Cats receiving urine acidifying agents



    Contents: poultry meal, vegetable oil, corn starch, corn gluten, rice protein, potato protein, yeast, rice, fish oil, poultry liver hydrolysate, dried whole eggs, beet-pump, sodium chloride, sodium hexametaphosphate, sodium bisulphite, extract of marigold, inulin (FOS), MOS, potassium chloride, glucosamine, methylsulfonylmethane, chondroitin. Urine acidifying agent: DL-methionine.
    Additives: Vitamin A – 20,000 IU/kg, Vitamin D3 – 1,750 IU/kg, Vitamin E – 700 mg/kg, Vitamin C – 300 mg/kg, Iron (monohydrate ferrous sulphate) – 75 mg/kg, Iodine (potassium iodide) – 1.5 mg/kg, Copper (pentahydrate copper sulphate) – 10 mg/kg, Manganese (sulphate) – 7.5 mg/kg, Zinc (zinc oxide) – 150 mg/kg, Selenium (sodium selenite) – 0.15 mg/kg, Taurine – 2,400 mg/kg. Contains antioxidants allowed by the EU.



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    Body mass index ≤ 5
    Body mass index > 5

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