Our “Kenko-Can Pouches for Senior Cats” have a phosphorus content of 0.08% and a sodium content of 0.10% and are sure to support your cat’s kidney functions.
In order to prevent kidney disease, it’s important to pay attention to the amount of phosphorus and sodium in your cat’s diet. There is also coconut oil in our food, which includes medium chain fatty acids which easily become energy. Our food paste for senior cats who cannot chew well can be consumed by licking.
- Pouch cat food formulated to support your cat’s kidney function especially in senior cats
- Helps with digestion and ease of absorption of nutrients.
- Low levels of phosphorus and sodium.
- Added Taurine and selenium to boost immunity and antioxidative activity.
- Recommended for cats who do not consume enough water and senior cat
Tuna, Oils(chicken oil, Sunflower oil, DHA-EPA oil, Coconut oil), Protein in hydrolyzate, Lactosucrose, thickening agents(Modified Starch, Jelly agents), Vitamins(A, D, E, B1, B2, B6, B12, Niacin, Pantothenic acid, Folic acid, Choline), Taurine, Selenium.
Crude protein: 6.8% or more, crude fat: 4.3% or more, crude fiber: 0.6% or less, crude ash content: 0.8% or less, moisture: 83.0% or less.
Feed according to instructions on the label, or mix in with dry food and other types of food as a meal mixer or topper.
Wet food is a good option for cats who do not drink water frequently or sufficiently.
If this food is new to your cat, gradually introduce into his or her diet by mixing in small portions of the new food with the current food.
This should take at least 1 week to do so (eg. mix 20% of new food with 80% of the current food for the first two, 40% of the new food with 60% of the current food for the next two, and so on).
Do note that the transition period can take up to a month if your cat:
Has a sensitive stomach.
Has only been on one or few types of cat food formulas in his or her life.