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Good low-phosphorus cat food?

I have a cat with beginning stage CRF and want to feed him a good quality LOW PHOSPHORUS content canned or pouch food. wellness canned is too high (don't know about the pouches), evo is too high, and perscription diets are awful and make him sick. I've been trying to get him to eat the frozen prepackaged raw food for several days, but he won't touch it. Any advice/suggestions?


Asked by Member 744856 on Nov 13th 2008 in Pet Food
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Maxine

Try this link-it has percentages for all of the major brands of cat food and some lesser known brands: webpages.charter.net It does say that it is based on dry matter analysis but it is for canned/moist food.

Your vet should also be able to help you out with this without pushing the prescription food on you.

FYI-They do sell pet insurance and you may want to check that out if your kitty is frequently seen for his condition.


Maxine answered on Nov 13th.

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* These special cat food brands are available from a vet's office.

Eukanuba Veterinary Diet Multi-Stage Renal Formula

Hi-Tor Canned Neo-Diet Feline Canned Kidney Diet

Hill's Prescription Diet Feline k/d for the Nutritional Management of Cats with Kidney Disease

Hill's Prescription Diet Feline k/d with Chicken for the Nutritional Management of Cats with Kidney Disease

Medi-Cal Feline Reduced Protein

Purina NF Kidney Function Brand Formula

Royal Canin Veterinary Diet


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Blue

You should try holistic pet food it has very low phosphorus it also has no artificial flavors, no artificial colors, no corn or corn gluten, no wheat or wheat gluten. My cat Blue eats it and loves it. Try this link : www.healthpetslive.com


Blue answered on 11/14/08. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer