MERA Urinary Cat Food
3 KG, 400gram
₨1,200 – ₨7,500
- Developed and recommended by veterinarians
- Acidification of the pH in the urine
- Reduces inflammation in the urinary tract through omega-3 fatty acids
- Increase in urine volume
MERA Urinary Cat Food is Complete diet food For adult cats to dissolve struvite stones and diseases of the lower urinary tract.
How dry urinary food supports your urinary tract catMERA Vital urinary Cat food is a high-premium diet dry food developed by veterinarians and nutritionists, which acidifies your cat’s urine and thus promotes the dissolution of struvite stones. Since calcium and magnesium are the main components of urinary stones, mera urinary has an undersaturated – but of course needs-covering – content in order to avoid the formation of crystals. Your cat’s water intake is stimulated, which means that the minerals in the diluted urine can no longer combine so easily. In addition, the urinary tract is flushed regularly, which eliminates germs and possible “urinary stone building blocks”. Glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate can strengthen the epithelial cells of the bladder lining, which are often damaged in cystitis, and allow pathogens to adhere.
Veterinarian note:Frequent urination, pain and apathy can also be signs of other serious conditions such as B. Kidney problems and diabetes. Therefore, have your cat examined by a veterinarian as soon as possible in order to be able to treat it promptly and specifically.
- struvite stones
- urinary tract diseases
- Pregnant and lactating queens
- Administration of urinary drugs
- high blood pressure
- Chronic renal failure
- heart failure
CompositionPoultry protein (partially dried and hydrolyzed), maize gluten, rice, wheat, poultry fat, maize, dried beet pulp, linseed, chicken liver (dried), sodium chloride, salmon oil, lignocellulose, sunflower oil, calcium sulfate, potassium chloride, chicory inulin (0.2%), Algae meal (rich in DHA), glucosamine from animal tissue (0.04%), chondroitin sulfate (0.02%).
AdditivesVitamin A 18,000 IU, vitamin D3 1,500 IU, vitamin E 400 mg, vitamin C 100 mg, taurine 2,000 mg, copper (as cupric sulfate, pentahydrate) 12.5 mg, zinc (as zinc sulfate, monohydrate) 120 mg, zinc (as glycine zinc chelate, hydrate) 40 mg, iron (as ferrous sulfate, monohydrate) 200 mg, manganese (as manganese(II) sulfate, monohydrate) 35 mg, iodine (as calcium iodate, anhydrous) 2.4 mg, selenium (as sodium selenite) 0.40 mg, DL-methionine 4,000 mg (uric acidifying).
Analytical componentsProtein 34%, fat content 16%, crude fiber 2.5%, crude ash 8.5%, calcium 0.9%, phosphorus 0.83%, sodium 0.95%, potassium 0.9%, magnesium 0.09%, Chlorides 1.63%, sulfur 0.7%, omega-3 fatty acids 1.33%.
Feeding GuidelinesThe daily rations are recommendations. The actual needs of your pet depend on its age, breed, activity and environment and can therefore deviate from the values given. Always provide your cat with fresh water.
Feeding durationThe duration of feeding depends on the type of disease. To dissolve existing struvite stones, a feeding period of 5-12 weeks is recommended, to prevent struvite stones, a feeding period of up to 6 months is recommended. It is recommended to seek the advice of a veterinarian before using or extending the feeding time. Make sure your cat has fresh water available at all times. Energy content (according to FEDIAF, 2014): 1655 kJ ME/100g.
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Free return policy on damaged and/or any wrong item delivered. Replacement service is also available where a new desired item will be delivered and the undesired item from the previous order will be taken back upon request.