Kidney’s role is to filter waste and toxins from the blood, and maintain the normal balance of fluid and minerals within the body. As pets are getting older, damage to kidney tissues may occur. This process is irreversible, and will lead to further loss of kidney function. Renal cats may also experience loss of appetite and their caloric intake might decline, which may lead eventually to loss of muscle mass.
Hill’s nutritionists and veterinarians developed Prescription Diet® k/d®, clinical nutrition to support your cat’s kidney function and help sustain muscle mass. In fact, the nutrition of k/d is clinically tested nutrition to improve & lengthen quality of life.
How it works:
- Controlled phosphorus & low sodium
- Enhanced Appetite Trigger (E.A.T.)TM Technology for cats
- High level of essential amino acids – the building blocks of muscle protein
- Therapeutic levels of L-Carnitine and Omega-3 fatty acids
How it helps:
- Protects vital kidney & heart function
- Supports the cat’s natural ability to build muscle mass daily
- Stimulates appetite & increases caloric intake
Hill’s® Prescription Diet® k/d® Feline is a complete and balanced food that provides all the nutrition your cat needs. Please consult your veterinarian for further information on how our Prescription Diet® foods can help your cat to continue to enjoy a happy and active life.
|Phosphorus & Sodium||Reduced||Help slow the progression of chronic kidney disease|
|Essential amino acids||Increased||More than 150% of AAFCO minimum to help the cat’s natural ability to build muscle mass daily|
|Enhanced Appetite Trigger (E.A.T.)™ Technology for cats.||Added||Stimulates appetite in renal cats and increases caloric intake|
|L- Carnitine||Increased||Helps support fat utilization as a source of energy, sparing muscles|
|Antioxidants||Added||Defend cells from free radical oxidation, promoting a healthy immune system|
|B-Complex Vitamins||Added||Help compensate for urinary losses due to kidney disease.|
|EPA/DHA fatty acids from fish oil||Added||Helps fight renal inflammation|