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Royal Canin Renal Pouches for Cats

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Manufacturer: Royal Canin

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Beef (12 x 85g Pouches)

£8.08

Chicken (12 x 85g Pouches)

£8.08

Tuna (12 x 85g Pouches)

£8.08
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Description

Royal Canin Renal Pouches for Cats is a highly palatable and balanced vet diet for cats with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD).

Made with a carefully balanced level of high-quality proteins to help lessen the workload on your cat’s kidneys and reduce the risk of a serious build-up of toxins in their blood, Royal Canin Renal Veterinary Diet is a simple way to balance your cat’s diet to compensate for reduced kidney function.

Developed to support your cat’s kidneys on all fronts, the diet also contains antioxidants, fatty acids EPA and DHA, and a low phosphorus level. A scent profile designed to tempt your cat, makes sure even the fussiest eaters are catered for.

Key Benefits:

  • Renal Workload: An adapted content of high quality protein helps reduce renal workload
  • Appetite Preference: A specific aromatic profile allowed for differences in individual preference
  • Metabolic Equilibrium: Chronic Kidney Disease can lead to metabolic acidosis. Formulated with alkalinizing agents

Composition:
with Beef: Chicken Meats, Beef Meat, Wheat Flour, Pork Meats, Sunflower Oil, Corn Flour, Minerals (including Calcium Carbonate, Potassium Citrate, Zeolite), Cellulose, Fish Oil, Fructo-Oligosaccharides (FOS), Taurine, Methionine, Marigold Meal (Rich in Lutein), Trace Elements (including Chelated Trace Elements), Vitamins
with Chicken: Chicken Meats, Pork Meats, Wheat Flour, Sunflower Oil, Corn Flour, Minerals (Including Calcium Carbonate, Potassium Citrate, Zeolite), Cellulose, Fish Oil, Taurine, D-L Methionine, Fructo-Oligosaccharides (FOS), Marigold Meal (Rich In Lutein), Trace Elements (including Chelated Trace Elements), Vitamins
with Tuna: Pork Meats, Chicken Meats, Wheat Flour, Tuna Meats, Sunflower Oil, Cellulose, Minerals (Including Calcium Carbonate, Potassium Citrate, Zeolite), Fish Oil, Taurine, Fructo-Oligosaccharides (FOS), D-L Methionine, Marigold Meal (Rich in Lutein), Trace Elements (including Chelated Trace Elements), Vitamins

Reviews Overall rating: (4.6 of 5)

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4 stars: (1)
3 stars: (1)
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Carolemrs Cass

My British shorthair lilac tri (Millie) has been suffering from renal problems for about two years now. I have been buying Royal Canin Renal Feline pouches and renal biscuits every since she was diagnosed. Most of the time she is happy to eat this food. However now and again she gets a little bored and eats the other cat's food. I believe that this food has kept her fit and healthy and she seems very happy and content with life.

Howard Johnson

Our cat is 18 and she has been on this diet since Christmas. She is doing well on the Canin and the beef is her favourite although she eats all the flavours.

Rowan Richardson

My cat has been diagnosed with kidney disease and Royal Canine chicken flavour is the only food brand he actually seems to enjoy eating. There is one other brand he tolerates but I think I'll stick with Royal Canine and try the other flavours. Compare to some of teh other brands the texture and smell of the food is also the best I think.

Susan Cragg

Have purchased all the brand's but the only one my cat will eat is the Royal Canon. Eats every variety. She just smells the other brands and walks away.

Samantha Priestley

Our 12 year old with CKD enjoyed these pouches in the tuna flavour. We rotate these with the Specific trays and Hills pouches for variety.

Lorraine Cook

my cat loved this in the sample box i got from the vet, since then i have been buying the boxes of 12 and have heard rumours that the recipe changed - my cat will eat it but doesn't wolf this down anymore unlike the sample pack of the same from the vet.