ROYAL CANIN VETERINARY DIET Adult Renal Support E Loaf in Sauce Canned Cat Food, 5.1-oz, case of 24 -

Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Adult Renal Support E Loaf in Sauce Canned Cat Food, 5.1-oz, case of 24

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Rated 4.2187 out of 5 stars
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About This Item


  • Veterinary-exclusive wet cat food formulated to help support kidney health in adult cats.
  • The (E)nticing loaf in sauce encourages eating and helps stimulate appetite.
  • Designed to be a highly palatable, energy-dense formula to reduce meal volume and help compensate for decreased appetite.
  • A precise antioxidant complex, fatty acids from fish oil, low phosphorus and targeted protein levels help promote kidney function.
  • Works with a variety of appetite-stimulating Royal Canin Renal Support wet and dry cat food varieties (sold separately).

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About Royal Canin Kidney Health for Cats

Concerned about Your Cat’s Kidney Health?

The healthy functioning of your cat’s kidneys is essential to them living a healthy life. Their kidneys serve as a filtering system that helps remove toxins and waste from blood. You should always work with your veterinarian to monitor your cat’s kidney health.

Support Your Cat’s Quality of Life Through Kidney Health Challenges

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.

How Nutrition Can Help

Your veterinarian may recommend a formula that includes:

Digestive Support

A combination of highly digestible proteins, balanced fibers, prebiotics and EPA + DHA to support digestive health.

Antioxidant Complex

Enriched with a blend of antioxidants to promote tissue and cellular health.

Kidney Support

Modified phosphorous and protein to support kidney function.

Adapted Energy

Adapted energy content to reduce meal volume and help compensate for a decreased appetite.

Add Variety and Remember to Set Autoship

Offering a range of aromas and textures can help ensure palatability and adequate food intake. Also, remember to set Autoship to make sure that your cat always has their veterinarian’s recommended nutrition.

About Royal Canin

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.

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Questions & Answers

21 Customer Questions

Other cans of cat food are 3oz, this is 5oz. How much is recommended to be fed a day?

Royal Canin Renal wet catfood has different letters but ingredients are the same? Was looking for a variety of flavors. Is the recipe the same for each letter?
Answer by ChewyOct 10, 2019
The ingredients in the Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Renal Support Canned Cat Food vary only slightly but feature different textures to entice your cat. E features a pate texture, D features a morsels in gravy texture and T features a slices in gravy.

What is the percentage of protein, phosphorus, sodium, fat, and carbs on a dry matter basis on this 'new' formula?
Answer by ChewyFeb 09, 2022
This food has a protein content of 6.89% as fed, 33.6% on a dry matter basis, a phosphorus content of 0.09% as fed, 0.46% on a dry matter basis, a sodium content of 0.09% as fed, 0.46% on a dry matter basis, a fat content of 6.28% as fed, 30.6% on a dry matter basis and a carbohydrate content of 6.21% as fed, 30.2% on a dry matter basis.

The new can says "loaf in sauce" now. Does it still have the same texture (pate)?
Answer by ChewyApr 08, 2021
This recipe comes in a pate form.

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Always consult a veterinarian about your pet’s health needs. Customer reviews should not be used as medical advice.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By BlackCatLover on Apr 25, 2023

He loves it!

I’ve tried just about every renal support kibble and wet food on the market. Some success. But it usually involves tricking my cat to eat. We have never a “devour eater”. It’s been a struggle. This product was the last on the list. He LOVES it. No tricks he just gobbles it up. He’s even eating more food now. Which is great because we’re trying to get his weight up. I hope this helps others, it’s been a few months of trying other products and this one did the trick.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Lexi on Mar 29, 2023

Huge fail

I wish we had a positive experience like so many others. We didn't. My 17yo cat ate these samples from her vet with gusto after refusing to eat another prescription brand halfway thru an entire case, so I quickly ordered a case and a bag of dry food thinking we solved the problem. Well, she won't touch the wet food. I tried numerous ways & times but each effort failed. She'll occasionally eat a kibble or two of the dry food, but I have nearly a full bag and 16 unopened cans after a few weeks. Unfortunately, this is another expensive food fail. I learned my cat would rather starve than eat something that doesn't appeal to her. We resorted to her old food for now since starving isn't an option when you're dealing with comorbid health issues.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By JLK on May 13, 2023


My elderly cat loves the Royal Canine wet food for cats 12+ years, so I thought he would love this food now that he requires a kidney-friendly diet. However, he’s just okay with it. He will eat it but not with the enthusiasm that he ate the 12+ diet.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Lin on May 8, 2023

OK, - BUT !!

One of the few low phosphorus, kidney disease foods she will eat. BUT please take the carrageenan out. It is NOT good for pets. I would rather feed an over the counter low phosphorus food with NO carrageenan than a prescription one with it. So will not feed.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By SonomaRN on May 22, 2023

Unfortunately My Cat Doesn't like this

Occasionally my cat will eat this prescription food but he is not consistent and so I end up wasting a lot of expensive food. He does like the kibble version but was hoping he would like the wet food as well.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Charlie on Apr 13, 2023

Miscommunication regarding prescription

I was told, by Chewy, that Chewy would obtain the needed prescription from the vet. You cashed my payment and I waited. Noting else happened. I went to the vet to buy more food and was told they don't have a fax and Chewy knows it! I got the problem fixed but if I didn't ask the right questions to the vet, then I wold not have received any food from Chewy.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By AN on May 4, 2023

Not Cat Approved

My cat was already a picky eater. She just got diagnosed with chronic kidney disease. She refuses to eat this food. I’ll likely end up donating it to a woman who feeds outdoor cats. I’m sure it’s not the food and just my picky cat?

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By spunki on Mar 4, 2023

Cat loves it

This is cat crack to my CKD cat who is very finicky. The ingredients are not as clean as I would like but it fits the requirements for low phosphorus and she never throws this up like she occasionally does for the Royal canine renal support D formula. She seems to never get tired of the e formula and mixed with a little water it's easy to add her cosequin dose in it. Having this formula as an addition to her other low phosphorus cleaner formulas such as Weruva low phosphorus chicken and gravy is keeping her UTI free for the last 8 months. Highly recommend this food in a CKD diet.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Anne on Apr 22, 2023

My cat loves it

My elderly cat loves this food, and that's very satisfying after he was so-so with his prior veterinary food. He always looks forward to his meal times now and reminds me when it's time. His kidney values have remained steady on this diet.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Iris on Apr 13, 2023

Quality food

Had been feeding Siamese Blue Buffalo renal n he was grabbing my food. Switched to Royal Canin renal E food n he no longer does this. He was obviously not getting nutrients from BB food n was starving. Now back to running n playing like he used to.