Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Gastrointestinal GI 32 Adult Wet Cat Food
Royal Canin Feline GastroIntestinal is a veterinary diet which is specially formulated for cats suffering from digestive problems including diarrhea and Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Feline GastroIntestinal (G-I) is a palatable, high energy food which means smaller quantities are required for feeding which results in lessening the intestinal workload. Feline G-I also contains pre-biotic substances to help feed the beneficial gut bacteria, supporting the digestive system. Feline GastroIntestinal is a veterinary diet for specific digestive disorders and should only be fed under the guidance of your veterinary surgeon.
- Digestive Security - Nutrients which support a balanced digestive system
- High Energy - Adequate energy content to meet the needs of cats without overloading the stomach
- High palatability - To satisfy decreased or fussy appetites
- EPA/DHA - To help maintain a healthy digestive system
Composition: Meat and animal derivatives, cereals, oils and fats, minerals, derivatives of vegetable origin, sugars, yeasts.
Analytical Constituents: Protein: 7.6%, Fat Content: 5.6%, Crude Ash: 1.6%, Crude Fibre: 0.8%, Moisture: 80%.
Nutritional Additives (per kg): 940 kcal/kg - Sodium: 0.11% - Potassium: 0.14% - Omega 6 Essential Fatty Acids: 1% And Omega 3 Essential Fatty Acids (Epa/Dha): 0.1%.
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Gastrointestinal cat foodI have two Bengal cats, both with an inflammatory bowel condition, and this food really has made a great difference to the their condition. Luckily, they both love the wet food, and also the dry food, and look forward to their mealtimes. Its a great product and highly recommend it.
royal canin veterinary diet gastrointestinalmy cat ,Bertie was losing weight, a trip to the vet, and this food has really helped him , he looks better and has put on weight, ordering more today.
Really helped my 14 years old catWas recommended this product by my vet for my cat who for the last year has been suffering from upset tummy and weight loss. After numerous blood tests... all normal, she was diagnosed with IBD and IBS. With a combination of steroid injection and the new food, she is finally putting on a bit of weight and her tummy isn’t cured but better.
Poorly cat managing to eatI’ve started buying this a couple of weeks ago for my poorly 8 year old cat. They seem to enjoy the flavour - especially the gravy when they can manage to eat something. It helps mask the flavour of some medications that I have to crush/add to the food and is allowing them to eat what they can. W
My cat likes it.She is old and fussy and seems to like this product, also it does not cause tummy problems. Expensive, but necessary!