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Help your cat
maintain her agility
after sterilisation1

Sterilised cats deserve
specialised nutrition

  • High levels of L-carnitine, clinically proven to help keep cats fit and active
  • Controlled mineral and pH levels to support kidney function and maintain a healthy urinary system, especially in older cats
  • The delicious flavours and variety that cats crave

NEW Science Plan™ Sterilised Cat
Tender Chunks in Gravy Pouches
has 2 new flavours

Its no secret that cats love variety. That's why Hill's now offers Science Plan™ Tender Chunks in Gravy pouches for sterilised cats in 4 delicious flavours.

  • A complete food that helps keep sterilised cats fit and healthy, maintaining weight and a healthy urinary system in adult cats
  • A toothsome variety of flavours offering superior nutritional benefits
  • Pouch food helps cats stay hydrated, helping to prevent health issues such as urinary stones
All products for sterilised cats

Specific needs

Many responsible pet owners neuter their cats to avoid unwanted pregnancies and help to control the overall pet population, amongst other behavioural and health requirements.

However, after neutering cats are at increased risk of two specific health conditions. The good news is that specific nutrition for sterilised cats provides a solution to help reduce these risks.

A unique formula
for sterilised/neutered cats

L-carnitine

Burns fat and builds muscle

Widely used in human nutrition as a supplement, L-Carnitine promotes the use of fat as a source of energy. It works as a facilitator on the transport of fat deposits into cells, where they are then used to produce energy. By this, it saves the muscle deposits of the body, hence preserving lean mass.

The clinically proven level of L-Carnitine for effective weight loss and lean body mass maintenance in cats is 500mg/kg1,2. And this is how much you will find in your new Hill´s™ Science Plan™ Sterilised Cat pet food!

Reduces risk of bladder stones

Struvite is the main urinary stone that occurs in young cats. It's composed by phosphorus, magnesium and ammonia and usually occurs in alkaline urine. The molecules are formed as a result of electrostatic attraction forces of these high affinity different ions. Several molecules bind, resulting in a struvite crystal (microscopic) and several crystal then bend together to form a stone (macroscopic). That is why is important to reduce the amount of these minerals arriving to the urine by decreasing its intake.

Changing the urinary pH helps to prevent these stones, as a lower pH weakens the affinity between ions which results in a lesser tendency for these ions to bind forming a struvite crystal and stone.

Precise nutrition
For every day, at every life stage

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TERMS & CONDITIONS

Where to buy Science Plan™

Hill’s™ Science Plan™ cat foods are available online, at your vet clinic or at a pet
store near you. Locate a store near you or start shopping online for fast,
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  1. Sterilised/neutered cats are defined as cats that have been operated by a vet to prevent reproduction (officially called neutering).
  2. Scarlett JM, Donoghue S. Obesity in cats: Prevalence and Prognosis. Vet Clin Nutr. 1996; 3 (4): 128–132.
  3. Hill's Research, sourced from vets in the UK, France and Germany.
  4. Rijnberk A. Clinical Endocrinology of Dogs and Cats, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, the Netherlands, 1996; pp. 139-140 and 153-156.
  5. Flynn MF, Hardie EM, Armstrong PJ. Effect of ovariohysterectomy on maintenance energy requirements in cats JAVMA 1996; 209 (9): 1572-1581.
  6. Fettman MJ, Stanton CA, Bank LL, Hamar DW. Effects of neutering on body weight, metabolic rate and glucose tolerance of domestic cats. Res. Vet. Sci. 1997; 62: 131-136.
  7. Lekcharoensuk C, Lulich JP, Osborne CA. et al. Association between patient-related factors and risk fact of calcium oxalate and magnesium ammonium phosphate urolithiasis. JAVMA 2000; 217 (4): 520–525.
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