Pro Plan Adult Urinary Tract Health For Cats
Urinary tract health issues are becoming more and more common in cats. Pro Plan have scientifically developed this recipe specifically for cats with urinary tract problems. By lowering the cats urinary pH level and lowering the level of magnesium whilst still allowing essential nutrients and minerals to be utilised, urinary tract health is improved and maintained.
Available in 3kg bags
- Feeding Guide
Chicken (dehydrated chicken, chicken), corn protein, whole grain wheat and bran, natural fibres (beet pulp, cellulose and rice fibre), dehydrated fish, animal fat preserved with mixed-tocopherols (form of vitamin E), minerals, vitamins, amino acids, organic acids and natural flavours (including calcium, phosphorous, sodium, chloride, potassium, magnesium, manganese, copper, zinc, iron, iodine, selenium, vitamin A, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B3, folic acid, vitamin B5, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin E, choline, pyrophosphates, arginine, beta-carotene), chicory, barley, fish and/or vegetable oils, legume protein, natural antioxidants.
Protein 31% Fat (Min) 14% Crude Fibre (Max) 3% Moisture (Max) 12% Ash (Max) 7.5% Vitamin A (Min) 10,000UI/kg Taurine (Min) 0.12% Linoleic Acid (Min) 1.4% Calcium (Min) 0.7% Phosphorus (Min) 0.6% Magnesium (Max) 0.12% Omega Fatty Acids (Min) 1.5% Vitamin E (Min) 400UI/kg
Cat Weight Cups 2.5 - 3.5kg 1/4 - 1/2 3.5 - 6kg 1/2 - 1
Feed amount based on 250mL cup (contains approximately 115g) PRO PLAN Cat Food UTH.
The recommended feeding amounts indicated are based upon the average nutritional needs of an adult cat. Factors such as a cat’s metabolism, weight, activity level, age and whether the cat is neutered will affect the amount of PRO PLAN needed to maintain an ideal body condition. The pet experts at Purina have provided the feeding amounts indicated as a starting point. If you find that your cat is losing weight or becomes overweight when fed these amounts, please adjust accordingly. To help your cat maintain an ideal body condition, monitor your cat’s weight on a regular basis, making sure that their ribs are easily felt and their waist is visible when viewed from above. Maintaining an ideal body condition can benefit your cat’s lifelong health.
Be sure to provide fresh water in a clean container for your cat daily. Proper diet, exercise and veterinary care are the best ways to keep your cat healthy. If your cat has not had a check-up in the past year, please make an appointment today.