Feed a Speciﬁc Renal Diet
Your veterinarian can recommend the right diet to support your cat’s kidney function.
Encourage Drinking Water
Make sure that your cat always has fresh and clean water available. Offering them moist food can also support hydration.
Stimulate Your Cat’s Appetite
Offer your cat a nutritional option with different taste, smell, and texture to help ensure food intake, especially for pets with a poor appetite.
What sets Royal Canin apart is their close collaboration with veterinarians. Through these professional partnerships, they strive to learn everything they can about pet health, including how different formulas perform for different breeds, sizes, lifestyles and therapeutic conditions. Ongoing research and development allows Royal Canin to keep providing the precise nutrition dogs need for a range of medical conditions.
Our precious fur baby was diagnosed with kidney disease a year ago at the age of 16. The vet said he needed to be on a low protein diet and recommended Royal Canin or Science Diet KD. We tried the Science Diet wet food and Toby ate it for a while then started eating less and less of it. The first time we opened a can of the Royal Canin, he devoured it and has ever since. He is putting on a little weight which is great and all we could ask for.
My cat Xena has been on renal dietary food and wasn't overly thrilled with the pate, but ate the stew. However after recent blood work at the vet I decided to try a different brand & decided on Royal Canin T. All I can say is wow!! Xena absolutely loves it & cleans her bowl completely. She hasn't done that since I fed her Iams pate before she was diagnosed with kidney disease markers. I am so happy that she is eating so well & is demanding her food again. So glad I switched brands for renal diet.
Unfortunately, my finicky cat is ridiculous! His Royalty (no pun intended), prefers pate to chuncks in gravy. Also, while I'm sure the flavor is fine, I find myself having to add other food to make him eat it. ://
My cat ate this food for the first three, maybe four weeks, until suddenly once he found it in his bowl, he would sniff it then walk away and look at me expectantly. I'd try to make him eat it again by mixing it with Friskies but he became too clever, and ended up spitting out whatever wasn't the Friskies. I'm sure this food is great, but in my cat's case I highly suspect it isn't stinky enough for him. They need to make a stinkier, flavorful version of renal cat food. Now I'm left with a second box that I will most likely be donating.
Our cat has kidney disease and has been losing weight. He loves the Royal Canin Renal Support. He has gained weight and is a lot more active.
I originally got the Hill's kidney care and my cat refused to eat it after a few months. Thanks to this she is eating fully again and not leaving it for her little brother to steal from her. I had been getting concerned because of her low appetite but now she is acting like a 9 month old kitten again as a 13 year old kitty.
My cat is in kidney failure and I needed to change her food. This is one of several Royal Canin wet foods I buy her. She loves it. If you have to change your cat's diet, it is much easier if they like the new food.
My cat eats this up, she has one kidney smaller than the other. She's almost 17 years and is a cancer survivor.
My picky cat loves it and it's helping her kidney issue. The only reason I don't give it 4 stars is the price. She needs two cans a day and it's expensive.
Apollo is very finicky and this saved us a lot of money trying other renal support food. He gobbles this right down.