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Specific Digestive Support Feline FIW Cat Alutrays 7 x 100g

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Manufacturer: Dechra



Specific Digestive Support Feline FIW Cat Alutrays boasts a complex of highly digestible ingredients to ensure sufficient nutritional intake during times of decreased intestinal enzymatic activity.

This special recipe contains increased levels of electrolytes which are lost during diarrhoea and vomiting.

Contains β-1,3/1,6-glucans from yeast, proven to support the immune response.

Also present are mannan-oligo-saccharides (MOS). MOS can bind pathogenic bacteria, thereby preventing them from binding to the intestinal wall, and provide support to the local intestinal immunity.

Specific Digestive Support Feline FIW Cat Alutrays contains Yucca extract which greatly reduces the unpleasant odours commonly associated with cat faeces.

7 x 100g alutrays.

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Christine Collins

I bought this for my elderly cat who was diagnosed with pancreatitis 8 months ago. The vet suggested royal canin sensitivity wet or dry food, however my cat did not take to it that well and was refusing to eat it, therefore I was throwing it away most of the time. I have tried Hills special diet foods for cats with pancreatitis and related digestive problems but again my cat went off it and was still slightly suffering with diarrhoea. I bought this one specific digestive support in wet and dry and her stools have been worse than ever, she will eat it which is a plus but she is unwell later with bad diarrhoea, vomiting and I can only imagine some pain.

Kristian Cornell-norman

Our Siamese suffers from pancreatitis so most food is unsuitable for him. Normally he has to have plain boiled chicken and fish- this is the only packet food he can keep down, so adds a bit of variety. Plus, he will happily take his medication if it's mixed in with this!