Diet that Compliments Cats Suffering from Renal Disease

Cat Diet

If your cat is recently diagnosed with renal disease you will have to take various steps in order to ensure that your pet remains in the pink of their health. Providing an appropriate diet is one of the most important things, especially for renal disease sufferers. Before you alter the diet of your pet it is important to consult with your vet, especially if your pet has another disease as well. Most vets will have some preference for specific brands when it comes to a renal diet. Although these special diets can be costly vets consider them to be highly effective in treating renal diseases.

Cats with renal disease are often older ones with loads of oral pain and a reduced appetite. Hence, for them a highly tasty food is a must. There are lots of different foods that are present online but the most important criteria is that the cat should eat it. If a vet recommends a special renal diet based on their brand preference, try it once and if the cat does not like it you can always go back to the vet and ask them to change the food. The foods have been designed in such a manner that they meet the palatability aspect. It is possible that your cat will love one of the options that is accessible.

If your cat has been hospitalized, they would develop an aversion to the food that is served in the veterinary clinic. Hence, it is better to try a different brand of food to make your cat feel better.

There are different options of food that can be tried, including Hill’s Feline K/D Renal Health, Royal Canin Feline Renal Food, Royal Canin Feline Renal with Chicken Pouches and Royal Canin Feline Renal with Tuna Pouches. Dehydration is one of the major reasons for renal failure in cats. Hence, it is recommended to give lots of fluids when providing wet diet to the cat. Vets also recommend using wet diet in comparison to dry diet because it contains lots of water content in comparison to dry diet. Increase the water intake of your pet by giving them regular water supply.

In addition to the food there are some supplements that can help in functioning of cats. These supplements can be taken after recommendation of the vet. Also, if your vet has found out that the renal failure in the cat is due to some deficiencies like potassium there are lots of supplements which are available online that can be taken. If your cat is having some deficiency, you can also add some vitamins to the diet.

 

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