Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Feline Urinary So In Gel Canned Cat Food
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Increasing the urine volume simultaneously reduces the saturation of urine with calcium oxalate and struvite crystals.
Relative Super Saturation (RSS) methodology predicts the crystallization potential of urine; RSS is used to develop diets that lower the concentration of ions contributing to struvite and calcium oxalate urolithiasis.
Reduced level of magnesium, a natural component of struvite stones.

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Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.

  • Good customer service but cat does not like the food
    My cat does not like this food at all. He really likes the dry but I got tired of throwing away cans of food so I stopped ordering it. by on 02/24/2020
  • Seemingly Works
    At first my cat was on the dry kibble version of this after a bad urinary tract infection that could have killed him. 2 years on the dry stuff, Now the vet says wet food is okay for cats again and that I should switch. Unlike the other review my cat has no problem munching this stuff down but he the intake is a can a day. It's about a $60 per month increase from the $45 buck bag of kibble. I say seemingly because he hasn't had any urinary problems since being on this food, dry or wet, but that correlation may be incorrect and it hasn't prevented anything, or maybe it has. by on 09/08/2016
  • Waste of money
    I know cats are finicky eaters, but a sick cat that needs to eat this for Bladder issues... Won't eat it. You think they would try and make this a little more appealing. It is a lump of food. I tried adding warm water, she won't eat it and was getting skinnier.. I bought Iams urinary tract at Pet Supermarket and she is eating that. I know it's not the same.. But it's worthless if they don't eat it. by on 01/01/2016
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