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Lenda VET Cat Renal: the solution to kidney problems in cats

  • The osmotic and acid-base balance is disturbed.
  • Waste is not eliminated correctly and accumulates in the blood, which can damage other organs.
    Some necessary nutrients are eliminated, as the filtering process fails, so the animal is not properly nourished and its health is affected.
  • Old age: most common, due to natural deterioration of the organ.
  • Urinary tract problems: blocked by the presence of stones, urinary tract disease, infection or inflammation.
  • Kidney tumour: resulting in failure of kidney function.
  • Trauma: blow or injury to the area affecting the organ or other adjacent organs, such as rupture of the bladder or urinary ducts.
  • Poisoning affecting the kidney
  • Medications toxic to the kidney
  • Genetics: hereditary predisposition to suffer from the pathology, which usually affects breeds such as Maine coon, Abyssinian, Siamese, Russian blue or Burmese.
  • Anorexia: weight loss
  • Apathy and tiredness
  • Dry and dull hair
  • Polydipsia: excessive and constant thirst. Heavy drinking.
  • Polyuria: frequent and abundant urination
  • Vomiting and constipation
  • High blood pressure
  1. Appetizing to counteract loss of appetite and therefore weight loss and high in calories.
  2. Low in proteins. Although it is important to reduce the protein load to alleviate renal work, it is important to preserve a minimum amount as we must not forget that the cat is still a strict carnivore, and protein is essential for its health, albeit of optimum quality and maximum utilisation.
  3. Low in phosphorus.
  4. Low in sodium, as it cannot be eliminated correctly and its excess can cause arterial hypertension.
  5. High in fibre.
  6. High in potassium, as it tends to cause hypokalaemia (potassium level below normal).
  7. Rich in Omega 3, with anti-inflammatory power and which, combined with antioxidant ingredients, will help to reduce oxidative damage to the kidneys of these patients.
  8. Supplemented with probiotics, especially Lactobacillus acidophilus and Lactobacillus plantarum, which have reported benefits in the treatment of CKD, by controlling oxidative damage, restoring the intestinal microbiota and lowering blood urea levels.
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Nicolas Fernandez

Cat lover currently leading the Internationalisation project in Lenda Company. Always looking for the best for your pet, in a natural and healthy way.

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