Special recipe is crafted with just 2 simple ingredients—chicken breast meat and instant white rice.
Formulated to help speed up your feline sidekick’s recovery during times of tummy trouble like diarrhea and vomiting.
Ready in minutes—simply measure the serving, add boiling water and cover!
Features a vacuum-sealed, stay-fresh pouch.
Made in a human-grade facility.
Help soothe your furry sidekick’s tummy with Whole Life Natures Remedy Recover Interim Stomach Distress Cat Food. A diet of boiled chicken with rice is a common home remedy for helping kitties feel better when they’re suffering from diarrhea or vomiting. This wholesome, human-grade recipe combines freeze-dried, skinless chicken breast with pre-cooked white rice—so this tried-and-true meal is convenient and ready when your feline friend needs it! Simply add boiling water, cover and it’s ready to serve in 5 minutes. She’s sure to feel like her frisky self again soon.
Prior to each use, shake bag to evenly distribute chicken and rice. We recommend breaking daily feeding amount into 2-3 equal-sized meals evenly spaced throughout the day. Measure out portion using a standard 8 oz measuring cup. Add an equal amount of boiling water, stir and cover. Food is ready to serve in 5 minutes and should be cooled prior to feeding. FEEDING TIPS: You can adjust the amount of water to find the right consistency for your cat. Increasing the water creates a porridge-like texture and can help to hydrate your cat, which is especially important during times of vomiting or diarrhea. You can make the entire daily serving at once and store unused portion in the refrigerator. You can also make just what you need for each meal, as some cats are finicky with the temperatures and textures of refrigerated foods.
Gradually transition your pet to any new food over the course of 7-14 days to help avoid the digestive upset that abrupt changes in diet can cause. If your pet tends to be on the sensitive side, it may be best to take a little extra time.
1. Start by feeding your pet a mix of 25% new food and 75% old food for the first few days.
2. Then, increase the amount of new food to about 50% and feed that half-and-half mix for a few days.
3. Proceed to feeding 75% new food/25% old food for the next few days.
4. Complete the transition by feeding just the new food on its own.