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Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets Feline NF St/OX Renal Function Wet Food Pouch With Salmon

Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets Feline NF St/OX Renal Function Wet Food Pouch With Salmon
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If your cat has a kidney condition, they need special care. Purina Pro Plan veterinary diets feline NF St/OX renal function wet food pouch with salmon can help them live an active, happy... Read more

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If your cat has a kidney condition, they need special care. Purina Pro Plan veterinary diets feline NF St/OX renal function wet food pouch with salmon can help them live an active, happy life.


What it’s for

This food is for cats with kidney disease. It can help to ease your little warrior’s symptoms. To give them relief, carefully selected proteins limit the toxins that can build up from reduced kidney function. This can slow the rate of your cat's illness, helping them stay full of energy and mischief.

If you think your cat's suffering from a kidney problem, visit your vet straight away. Look out for symptoms like frequent vomiting, unusual tiredness or weight loss. Always chat with your vet before changing your pet's diet too. Remember: this food is not suitable for kittens or pregnant cats. 


Key benefits

  • carefully chosen high-quality proteins help reduce toxicity
  • supports urinary health
  • omega-3 oils ease inflammation and help keep blood pressure low
  • low phosphorous content can help limit effects of kidney disease
  • improves your cat’s general health.


How it works

This nutritionally balanced food helps to limit the effects of kidney disease and fuels your cat’s adventures. Tasty salmon is a firm favourite with moggies too.

As well as salmon's natural omega-3 oils, added fatty acids help lower your pal’s blood pressure and ease inflammation. The food boasts low phosphorous content, which can ease suffering from kidney trouble.

Purina Pro Plan veterinary diets feline NF St/OX renal function wet food pouch with salmon boasts high-quality proteins. Carefully selected, these proteins limit the build-up of toxins in your cat’s body, easing nasty symptoms and supporting their all-round health and happiness. 

Ingredients

Composition: Meat and animal derivatives, oils and fats, cereals, minerals, various sugars. Protein sources: pork liver, turkey, poultry heart & liver, rice flour

Analytical Constituents: Moisture: 76.5%
Protein: 7.3%
Fat content: 11.2%
Crude ash: 2.0%
Crude fibres: 0.3%
Calcium: 0.25%
Phosphorus: 0.10%
Potassium: 0.43%
Sodium: 0.08%
Taurine: 770 mg/kg

Additives: IU/kg: Vitamin A: 1 640; Vitamin D3: 220; Vitamin E: 240;
mg/kg: E1: 48; E2: 0.92; E4: 5.9; E5: 8.5; E6: 120; E8: 0.078.

Feeding Guide

Cat WeightPouch Per Day
2 kg1.75
4 kg3.5
6 kg5.25
8 kg7.25

Customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 26  Reviews

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  • renal wet cat food why not in jelly .
    Our cat 15 yrs old , we have been told to feed him on renal food only ,one problem is we cant get renal in jelly only gravey.he would rather eat jelly
    eric,july 6 2018. - July 5, 2018
  • Renal Cat Food
    Our cat is nearly 19 yrs old and was told by the vet to change her food to non protein. She loves both the Salmon & Chicken Purina Renal cat food.
    Bahado - June 12, 2018
  • Not as well liked as the chicken flavour
    My cat is nearly 18 she has 75% kidney failure she enjoyed the chicken flavour so I bought the salmon to give some variety but unfortunately it didn't go down as well, she has now decided that she only likes the dry biscuit renal food which she can't get enough of
    Mrs Leese - February 5, 2018
  • Loves the Salmon
    Our 18yrs old cat enjoys this the gravy makes a big difference. Especially the Salmon but there are flavour choices too
    Bunty7 - December 27, 2017
  • Pretty good kidney-friendly wet cat food
    My 17 year old cat has chronic kidney failure and couldn't stand the Hill's Prescription Diet wet food, so I thought I give her a try on this. She really likes it is looking healthier and acting happier already. She does prefer the gravy, though, but will eat it all when hungry. It's a good complementary food alongside renal dry food.
    Adrian Paul - December 18, 2017