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Royal Canin Renal Tins for Cats

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Manufacturer: Royal Canin

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12 x 195g Tins

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

Developed as a simple method of balancing your cat’s diet to compensate for reduced kidney functions, Royal Canin Renal Veterinary Diet has been 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.

Designed 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

Pork Meats, Chicken Meats, Corn Flour, Salmon, Minerals (including Calcium Carbonate, Potassium Citrate, Zeolite), Cellulose, Sunflower Oil, Taurine, Fish Oil, Fructo-Oligosaccharides (FOS), Marigold Meal (Rich in Lutein), D-L Methionine, Trace Elements (including Chelated Trace Elements), Vitamins

Nutritional Information:
Crude Ash: 1%, Crude Fibre: 1.2%, Crude Oil Fats: 6.5%, Moisture: 77.5%, Protein: 7.5%

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Delphine Suty
January 2015

My cat ate it the first week but that's about it, I'm struggling to hide it amongst other food... what a pain!

Lisette Maj Andersen
November 2013

My cat will not eat it at all, but if it's in the pouches he will.