Reduced fat content
Gentle on the stomach and intestine
Medicinal cat food for fat digestion disorders
This dietary complete feed for adult cats is used to compensate for maldigestion, for exocrine pancreatic insufficiency and to support lipid metabolism in cases of hyperlipidaemia. Happy Cat VET Diet Intestinal Low Fat is a highly digestible feed with a low level of fat. It is used in cats with disorders of the gastrointestinal tract and pancreas that are associated with the maldigestion of fat. The diet is also suitable for the support of lipid metabolism in cases of hyperlipidaemia. Intestinal Low Fat dry food features the use of highly digestible ingredient sources, such as chicken meat, rice and poultry fat. These highly-digestible ingredients are gentle on the sick cat’s digestive tract and support the body in recovery. The low level of fat effectively helps to reduce stress on the digestive system. Valuable dietary fibre promotes stabilisation of the stool consistency while prebiotics (inulin and MOS) support regeneration of the intestinal flora.
- The highly digestible ingredients are particularly stomach and gut-friendly for your cat
- A low level of fat helps to relieve stress on the digestive system
- Inulin and mannan oligosaccharides (MOS) from yeasts support regeneration of the intestinal flora
Dietary complete feed for adult cats as compensation for maldigestion, in cases of exocrine pancreatic insufficiency and for support of lipid metabolism in case of hyperlipidaemia. This dry food is only available on the recommendation of your vet.
- It is recommended that advice from a veterinarian be sought before using this food or before extending the period of use (when using to support lipid metabolism in cases of hyperlipidaemia).
- For best effect, feed Happy Cat VET Diet Intestinal Low Fat exclusively. Discuss any supplementary nutrition needs with your vet.
- The amount of food should be adapted to suit your sick cat’s individual metabolism, so it may be necessary to reduce or increase the quantity to a certain extent. Offer your cat several small meals per day unless otherwise recommended by your vet.
- Fresh water should be available to her at all times
- Recommended period of use: initially up to 12 weeks, or throughout life in cases of chronic pancreatic insufficiency. Initially up to two months for hyperlipidaemia.