Clinically proven nutrition that can transform your pet’s life.
For cats with a tendency to gain weight that are prone to stress and urinary health issues including Feline Idiopathic Cystitis (FIC)
How It Helps:
Hill's™ Prescription Diet™c/d™ Feline Urinary Stress Reduced Calorie Chicken is clinically proven to reduce the recurrence of Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease FLUTD and contains ingredients to help manage stress in cats, a known risk factor for FIC (Feline Idiopathic Cystitis)
- Nutrition clinically proven to dissolve struvite stones and to reduce the recurrence of FLUTD including FIC.
- Reduced calorie intake through controlled fat.
- Contains L-tryptophan and milk protein hydrolysate to help control stress in cats.
- Great taste your cat will love.
- Also available in Chicken pouches
Please consult your vet for further information and guidance on what is best for your cat.
100% Satisfaction Guarantee We're confident your pet will enjoy Hill's™ Prescription Diet™ foods. We're so confident that we offer a 100% money-back guarantee.*
How to adjust feeding amounts to maintain optimal weight.
Body Weight (kg) Dry grams 2 35 - 50 3 50 - 65 4 60 - 85 5 70 - 100 6 80 - 115 7 + 15 per kg
Mixed Feeding Guide
Body Weight (kg) Pouches 85g Dry grams 2 1 25 3 1 40 4 1 55 5 1 65 6 1 80 7 + 1 13 per kg
High quality protein and thoughtfully sourced ingredients.
COMPOSITION: Cereals, meat and animal derivatives, vegetable protein extracts, derivatives of vegetable origin, oils and fats, seeds, minerals, molluscs and crustaceans.Urine acidifying substances : Potassium chloride, choline chloride, DL-methionine.
3299 kcal/kg (330 kcal/100g)
Nutrient Dry Matter1
Protein 37.4 Fat 11.1 Crude fibre 10.7 Carbohydrate (NFE) 35.4 Calcium 0.77 Phospohorus 0.67 Sodium 0.34 Potassium 0.75 Magnesium 0.070 Taurine 0.22 Vitamin E 665 IU/kg Omega-3-fatty acids 1.09 Omega-6-fatty acids 3.24 Crude Ash 5.4 Beta-carotene 4.07 ppm Sulphur 0.60 Vitamin A 6944 IU/kg Vitamin D 734 IU/kg
1The nutrient in the product after moisture is removed. It is used to make direct comparisons of nutrient profiles with differing moisture contents.