RC develops tailor-made nutritional programs designed to provide the best suited response to cats’ specific needs.
For cats under treatment, our range of dietary foods takes into account the risks associated to the cat’s main pathology (renal insufficiency, food intolerances, oral hygiene, digestive, hepatic, or urinary disorders, joint mobility, obesity, diabetes, recovery…)
During CRF, phosphorus is no longer eliminated effectively by the kidneys. A restriction in phosphrus intake is essential to limit the development of renal failure
Feeding a diet with a high fish oil (source of EPA/DHA) content significantly improves the glomular filtration rate in the long run, while minimising glomerulosclerosis
Increased uraemia may induce the formation of gastric and intestinal mucosal ulcers. The combination of zeolite and FOS minimises this risk
The synergistic antioxidant complex (vitamin E, vitamin C, taurine, lutein) helps maintain healthy DNA, promotes health of the immune system and neutralises free radicals, the negative effects of which increase with age