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Hills Prescription Diet CD Tins for Cats

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Manufacturer: Hills Pet Food

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24 x 156g Tins

£29.09
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Hills Prescription Diet CD Multicare Urinary Care Wet Food for Adult Cats is a nutritionally balanced diet for the nutritional management of cats with urinary tract disease associated with struvite crystals.

Made with a specific balance of high-quality proteins and vital nutrients, Hills C/D encourages a healthy urine pH level to avoid the formation of crystals in the urine, and reduce the risk of struvite and calcium oxalate stones being formed.

Key Benefits:

  • Urinary Tract Health: Helps reduce struvite and calcium oxalate stones recurrence
  • Low Sodium: Reduced salt levels help to better maintain kidney health
  • pH Levels: Helps correct urine pH levels to the optimal level
  • Antioxidants: Supports your cat’s immune system and work to neutralise harmful free radicals
  • Proven Results: Clinically proven to dissolve struvite stones in as little as 14 days

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Composition:
Pork By-Product, Pork Liver, Chicken (7%), Brewer's Rice, Maize Starch, Soybean Meal, Minerals, Animal Fat, Fish Oil, Digest, Brewers' Dried Yeast, Vitamins, Trace Elements

Nutritional Information (As Fed):
Protein 11%, Fat Content 5.2%, Carbohydrate 7.1%, Crude Fibre 0.3%, Moisture 74.8%, Calcium 0.2%, Omega-3 0.22%, Omega-6 1.22%, Phosphorus 0.2%, Sodium 0.09%, Potassium 0.23%, Magnesium 0.02%

Reviews Overall rating: (4.5 of 5)

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Arwen Matthews

Best value for money of any urinary issue cat food and it has kept my beloved girl going for four years now. I do wish it came in more than one flavour/texture- that's my only quibble. I occasionally mix in a teeny bit of pilchard to give it a little change for her.

J H Barclay

I have a four year old male cat who has had problems with FLUTD since he was about 8 months old. Our vet suggested c/d and it has been a great help. He has had no attacks since he started on the c/d diet, his water consumption is improved and he is a much happier cat. This was his favourite of all the urinary diets we tried.