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Royal Canin Gastro-Intestinal Adult Cat Food

Dehydrated poultry meat, rice, animal fats, maize gluten, vegetable fibres, wheat gluten*, hydrolysed animal proteins, minerals, egg powder, beet pulp, fish oil, yeasts, soya oil, fructo-oligo-saccharides, psyllium husks and seeds, hydrolysed yeast (source of manno-oligo-saccharides), marigold extract (source of lutein). Preservatives - Antioxidants. *L.I.P.: protein selected for its very high assimilation.

FEEDING: GRAMS PER DAY

CAT WEIGHTTHINNORMALOVERWEIGHT
2 kg35 g25 g-
3 kg50 g40 g-
4 kg70 g55 g-
5 kg85 g65 g55 g
6 kg105 g80 g65 g
7 kg-95 g75 g
8 kg-110 g90 g
9 kg-120 g100 g
10 kg-135 g110 g

 

FEEDING: GRAMS PER DAY

 

KITTEN AGE2 months4 months6 months9 months12 months
3 kg40 g55 g60 g60 g60 g
4 kg50 g65 g70 g70 g70 g
5 kg55 g80 g85 g80 g80 g
8 kg60 g100 g110 g115 g115 g

 

FEEDING: ROYAL CANIN MEASURING CUP

 

CAT WEIGHTTHINNORMALOVERWEIGHT
2 kg3/82/8-
3 kg4/83/8-
4 kg5/84/8-
5 kg6/85/84/8
6 kg16/85/8
7 kg-7/86/8
8 kg-17/8
9 kg-1+1/81
10 kg-1+1/41

 

FEEDING: ROYAL CANIN MEASURING CUP

 

KITTEN AGE2 months4 months6 months9 months12 months
3 kg3/81/25/85/85/8
4 kg1/25/85/85/85/8
5 kg1/26/86/86/86/8
8 kg5/8111+1/81+1/8
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Promotes digestive health and optimal stool quality with highly digestible proteins and prebiotics

High calorie content allows cats to eat small meal portions and still get the nutrition they need

Helps manage GI health with omega-3 fatty acids, EPA and DHA, and a blend of soluble and insoluble fibers

Supports urinary health with the exclusive S/O Index, which creates an environment unfavorable to crystal formation in the bladder

You’ve tried everything to help with your cat's GI issues, whether those are vomiting, diarrhea, or lack of appetite. And while bland homemade diets are often used for digestive upsets, your cat could be missing some key nutrients to help them fully recover. But with the help of your veterinarian and Royal Canin, there’s not just hope—there can be a true difference.

This palatable, digestible GI cat food supports digestive health with high fat and calorie content, so you can feed your cat small portions to support their sensitive stomach. This also helps underweight cats or cats who are eating less get the calories they need. Prebiotics help maintain the balance of good bacteria in the gut. A blend of dietary fibers supports healthy digestion for optimal stool quality. Omega-3 fatty acids, EPA and DHA, from fish oil help nourish and soothe the GI tract. And the exclusive S/O Index supports urinary health by creating an environment unfavorable to crystal formation in the bladder. Ask your veterinarian about pairing this diet with Royal Canin Gastrointestinal wet cat food as well as complementing with Gastrointestinal cat treats.

Chicken by-product meal, chicken fat, brown rice, brewers rice, corn gluten meal, powdered cellulose, wheat gluten, natural flavors, egg product, dried plain beet pulp, fish oil, potassium chloride, sodium silico aluminate, sodium pyrophosphate, calcium sulfate, sodium bisulfate, DL-methionine, psyllium seed husk, salt, fructooligosaccharides, monocalcium phosphate, choline chloride, vegetable oil, taurine, hydrolyzed yeast, vitamins [DL-alpha tocopherol acetate (source of vitamin E), L-ascorbyl-2-polyphosphate (source of vitamin C), niacin supplement, biotin, riboflavin supplement, D-calcium pantothenate, pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6), vitamin A acetate, thiamine mononitrate (vitamin B1), vitamin B12 supplement, folic acid, vitamin D3 supplement], magnesium oxide, trace minerals [zinc proteinate, zinc oxide, manganese proteinate, ferrous sulfate, manganous oxide, copper sulfate, calcium iodate, sodium selenite, copper proteinate], marigold extract (Tagetes erecta L.), L-lysine, rosemary extract, preserved with mixed tocopherols and citric acid.

Calorie Content

This diet contains 3890 kilocalories of metabolizable energy (ME) per kilogram or 440 kilocalories ME per cup on an as fed basis (calculated).


*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Cat Food Nutrient Profiles.

Dry Feeding


Mixed Feeding

Mix with Royal Canin® Feline Gastrointestinal Loaf Canned Cat Food

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leah26
01 Oct 2021

Please change the design

I've bought the wrong bag of cat food more than once now because all the packaging looks exactly the same - This time I bought the High Fiber one by accident. If you changed your packaging - even just in different colors - for the different types of cat food, I'm sure many people could avoid this in the future!

RainyJane
19 Jul 2021

Please offer it in a smaller bag

I bought this, but my cat sort of liked it and picked at it. Then he liked it, but it is not the only food he eats, so the large bag which wasn't fresh to begin with, now smells rancid, I won't feed Marky that. So $52+ shipping and I can't even donate it to the local cat group because it went bad. I store in tightly sealed plastic containers which should have preserved it. Please offer smaller sizes. Also, it works well, my cat does not need to be de-obstipated when on this..... however keep other kitties out of it, they will get diarrhea!!

coldbrew
18 Feb 2021

Neither Cat Likes This; Why only the BIG bag

My vet just recently prescribed this food for one of my cats that has soft stools. Prior to this she ate any type of dry food we used, but almost exclusively Iams. She does not like this food. My other cat, who eats anything, also does not like it. I wish Royal Canin offered a smaller trial-size bag instead of the 8.8 lb bag. I just wasted $55.

hzrh
15 Jan 2021

Rectal Prolapsed Kitten

I have a 6 month old kitten that was suffering with rectal prolapsed. he undergoes a surgery and managed to survive. It works great and I'm truly grateful as this can help my cat to poop normally. Unfortunately, it is very pricey as I live in Malaysia. A bag of 2 kg is MYR 100-something :/ but I understand why the price point quite high.

Miss muffet
20 Nov 2020

Works

Our vet put Monty on this. Know he is going regular.

Britt04
08 Sep 2020

So very sad...why the recipe change? :(

My 12 year old girl was having hairball issues and my vet recommended this to try and help. It did amazing for her, hairballs have been kept at bay and she absolutely devoured this stuff. She even began crying for it each morning and night upon hearing me open the can. I soon began to run out of the supply my vet sold to me and had to purchase a new case of cans. To my surprise, I open the first can upon arrival and it looked, smelled and even mixed differently than the original loaf recipe I was giving her. One thing I noticed, the fish oil looked to be too much and the scent was something of a spice smell possibly added? I hoped for the best, and prepared it for my baby girl. She walked over to it, smelled it for a moment, and simply walked away - not touching it for the rest of the evening after I gave her a chance to get used to the new offering. I ended up feeding her the old food supply I still had on hand before I began feeding her this line. I'm glad I had some left! Why did you guys have to change the recipe? I see so many others on here complaining about the same issue, and it still hasn't changed back? Now I have to find something else from another cat food line that can hopefully be close to this recipe. Super bummed for my girl and even more bummed that I had a remedy for her issue and now I'm back to square one hoping for the best again.

clarkin
25 Apr 2020

Cats loved it

I have the worlds pickiest cat with urinary issues. She loves this food! It's a bit spendy though.

Royal Canin response

Thanks for the feedback!

Selarah
15 Nov 2019

A year of constipation resolved in two days.

It's really incredible. My poor baby has been so constipated for so long, seriously resolved in 2 days of just adding 1-2 T into his diet daily (Fiber Response version). I have been so worried about him. Yesterday I watch him do his business, just hoping so badly that I'd see good results. At first it was all hard round pellets again, and he was struggling. I was so upset. He then got out and went to the other litter box. Oh? Another 2 hard pellets, but then low and behold, a perfect stool! I was seriously cheering! I have not seen perfect stool from him in so long. This food works! Today was all perfect too. I think we have it solved now. Fingers crossed. I am so thankful. I was one of those people who wanted him on only low/no carbohydrate, grain free foods, because we are told now a days how food with carbs and fiber don't belong in a cats diet. Yeah well, my poor baby suffered so long because I listened to these people and articles. Maybe it works for some cats, but other cats need a little extra help in the way of properly formulated fiber, which this food does. I didn't want to have to rely on medication, or things like pumpkin (won't eat it) to make him go. All wet food didn't work either. The wet food he loves and only really wants to eat is Fancy Feast pate, and that still made him constipated! Other wet foods, a couple of them with grains in them work, but he is so picky with his wet food, that it isn't a viable option because he doesn't consistently eat them. I tried other dry foods, they all seem to make him constipated, except for cheap dry food, but that makes him puke every week. Not a viable option either. I even tried raw food, and that just made him not able to go for days. I had to give him so many egg yolks and hairball remedy just to get him to eliminate. SCARY. Seriously, if your cat is constipated, try this food out. Don't let anyone make you feel bad for not following the grain free trend. The only reason I am giving it 4 stars and not 5 is because he isn't totally thrilled with it. First day he ate it like hes never eaten before and loved it, but now he could take it or leave it. I crush up a couple temptation cat treats on it to get him to eat it, so far that works. I have yet to actually try mixing it into his current dry food, I may give that a try. For real, try this food.

Shai2015
13 Nov 2019

Siamese has won lifelong vomiting battle.

I bought this after my vet recommended it for my Siamese. She eats and then throws up shortly afterwards and has don't this since she was a kitten. Taking care of my Cloe is very important to me, she's 13. I don't want her to spend the rest of her years getting sick, being frail and skinny. This food is really helping! It helps everyone involved, the cat feels better, and so do we now that our carpet will stay clean!

ClaireS
30 Oct 2019

Both of my boys love it!

One of my Bengals,Watson, has IBD and this food along with his medication has been a key to his recovery. Watson has not once gotten sick from this food and loves the taste. We have since been able to ween him off of medication and this food helped his digestive system get back on track. My other Bengal Boy, Crick, does not have any digestive issues, but he is on the same food for ease and he also loves it. Both of their coats look fantastic. It is a very reliable and honest product!

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A lot of people think that vets don’t get much education in nutrition. In fact, as a veterinarian, I had endless hours of nutrition lectures, practicals, seminars, and workshops, not to mention many years of experience since.

But what I recommend might still surprise you – it’s probably not what you’ve been told or read in online reviews!

First, I discuss the veterinarian’s approach to diet. Next, I get into the best wet cat food reviews, then the best dry cat food reviews, and lastly, the top-rated cat foods for other health needs. Let’s go!

The Veterinarian’s Approach to Diet

Wet Cat Food vs Dry Cat Food

Should you feed your cat wet cat food or dry cat food? There are certainly pros and cons to each, and it can be hard to decide. As a veterinarian, and in the absence of any medical conditions, I would advise that you feed your cats a mixture of both wet and dry: around 75% of the diet calories should be from wet cat food, whilst the other 25% can be from dry food.

Cat Food Brands to Avoid

The truth is, there are hundreds of food brands out there, and most will be just fine for most cats. But for those that want to go the extra mile for their cats, there are a few food brands to avoid. I would strongly recommend avoiding anything that claims to be vegetarian or vegan – it is unethical to feed these to cats, which have evolved as carnivores. I’d also avoid brands that seem to have spent more on marketing than nutrition. You can read reviews online, but I’d also follow our guide below to make sure you aren’t just picking the popular food, you’re picking not only a top-rated cat food, but a veterinarian-recommended top-rated cat food.

Vet Recommended Cat Foods

Wet Cat Food Reviews by Veterinarians – Our 2021 Favorites

 The 6 Best Wet Cat Foods (Vet-Recommended)

1. Purina Pro Plan Savor Adult Cat Food – Best Overall

For discerning cats, the best wet cat food has to be the Purina Pro Plan ‘Savor’ range. There are lots of flavor combinations, all of which have been formulated to be complete and balanced without losing out on the texture that interests your cat. It’s also high in protein and contains added omega three and six to give your cat’s coat gloss and shine.

Best of all, like all Purina Pro Plan products, it’s made in the USA and backed by research done by veterinarians, nutritionists, and scientists. In fact, Purina Pro Plan is one of the few ranges that regularly do feeding trials to prove the nutritional content of their food. The results? Cats love it, and so do their owners. And even better – so do us vets! The only downside is that the tins are small, so you may need several per cat, per day!

All in all, as far as wet cat foods go, we think this is the best cat food on the market, and it’s the best Purina cat food out there too.

Pros

  • Backed by science
  • High in protein
  • Cheaper than similar quality products

Cons

  • Small tins- you’ll need 2-3 a day for most adult cats
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2. Purina Pro Plan Focus Adult Weight Management Cat Food – Best for Weight Loss

Although not a prescription diet, this weight management food from Purina is one of the best wet cat foods on the market. As a veterinarian, I often use this as a less-expensive, non-prescription alternative for cat owners that struggle to afford some of the clinical and prescription diets. It has just 79 calories per can, meaning that it is easy for pet parents to portion.

Cats eating this food will get to have several small meals throughout the day, which is considered ideal for feline behavior as well as satiety (the feeling of being full). Cats that don’t feel full pester for more food, which can be a huge barrier to healthy weight loss. The protein content is also high at 54% (dry matter basis), which contributes to satiety and also ensures that cats don’t lose condition when they lose weight.

The main problem with this food is its palatability. Like many weight loss foods, palatability can be a concern and there are certain cats that won’t eat this food. Still, cats will be cats, and I’m the same with Ryvita so we can’t blame the food too much! On the whole, it has great reviews so it is definitely worth giving it a go if your kitty is on the porky side!

Pros

  • Cheaper than many alternatives
  • Doesn’t require a prescription
  • High protein for satiety

Cons

  • Palatability may be an issue
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3. Hill’s Science Diet Urinary & Hairball Control Cat Food – Best for Urinary Health

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For cats that need a helping hand in the urinary department, veterinarians like to reach for Hills. This diet is perfect for cats that are prone to suffering from urinary issues, such as indoor cats and overweight cats. The key feature of this wet cat food is the careful balance of minerals to avoid crystals, sludge, and stones forming in the urinary tract. Struvite is one of the most common crystal types formed in our feline friends, and it is principally made of magnesium, so this is the most important mineral to balance. Being a wet diet, this cat food also encourages a more natural water intake for cats.

Please note that urinary problems can be severe and even fatal in cats. If your cat suffers from urinary issues you should discuss their diet choices with your vet. This food is not a cheaper alternative to the prescription diets, so if your vet prescribes Hill’s c/d or s/d you should use only that food or ask them for an alternative.

Pros

  • Cheaper than many alternatives
  • Balanced magnesium levels
  • High moisture content

Cons

  • Not as effective as prescription diets
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4. Purina Pro Plan Critical Nutrition Cat Food– Best for Weight Gain

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Whilst the vast majority of cats are overweight, there are a few who need a helping hand with their weight gain. This is especially true of cats who have been ill, or who have recently been rescued. This food is high calorie at 208 kcal/5.5 oz can, meaning even cats who struggle to eat much should be able to get their daily calorie allowance. It’s even been formulated with a smooth consistency in case syringe feeding becomes necessary.

Please note it is very important to follow your veterinarian’s advice when it comes to your cat’s weight. Most healthy adult cats do not need to gain any weight, but if you’re not sure then your vet will be able to tell you whether they’re at an ideal weight or not, or you can read our guide below. If you think your cat is losing weight you should also take them in for a check over, as many medical conditions can contribute to weight loss, and simply feeding more will not correct the problem.

Pros

  • High calorie
  • Smooth consistency
  • Very palatable

Cons

  • Requires veterinary authorization
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5. Hills i/d Cat Food – Best for Sensitive Stomachs

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Wherever I’ve worked as a vet, we always have this on the shelf or in the back office. Not only is it ideal for inpatients being fed after surgery (it reduces the chance of us having to deal with an ‘explosive’ reaction if a patient has a sensitive stomach!) but it’s ideal for cats presented with vomiting and diarrhea, as it is easy to digest.

This food contains highly digestible chicken and pork as the protein sources. It also has plenty of fiber to maintain digestive tract health. Cats seem to love it but bear in mind that the stew consistency won’t agree with everybody, and picky cats can use the opportunity to leave the bits they don’t like, resulting in an unbalanced diet. Although this diet requires a veterinary prescription/authorization, most vets will be happy to recommend this diet for most cats, so it isn’t an arduous process.

Pros

  • Highly digestible
  • Designed to reduce food sensitivities
  • Very palatable

Cons

  • Stew texture can result in pickiness
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6. Royal Canin Kitten Thin Slices in Gravy – Best for Kittens

This cat food comes very highly rated by vets and owners alike. It has been developed by scientists at Royal Canin to provide optimal nutrition for growing kittens. They’ve balanced for gentle growth whilst still providing energy for play, meaning this kitten food will keep your cat happy and well-fed to 12 months of age.

The protein content is 55% and they’ve named the protein sources, so you know exactly what it is that your kitten is getting. It also contains added vitamins, minerals, and taurine to ensure there’s everything your cat needs. They’ve even thought to make the slices smaller to make it easier for those tiny teeth and mouths! They’ve made the cans quite small though, which means you might get through several a day as your cat gets older.

Pros

  • Very palatable
  • Small slices
  • High protein at 55%
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Dry Cat Food Reviews by Veterinarians – Our 2021 Favorites

The 6 Best Dry Cat Foods (Vet-Recommended)

1. Hills Prescription Diet t/d Dental Care Cat Food – Best Overall

It might surprise you that my number one dry food for cats is a dental care diet, but dental problems are very commonly encountered in cats and have now been proven to affect heart and kidney health. So what could be more important than looking after kitty’s teeth? Whilst most dry foods don’t seem to have any impact on dental health, the Hill’s t/d diets are clinically proven to reduce plaque and tartar build-up. The kibble shape, size, and texture helps to clean your cat’s teeth, therefore reducing the occurrence of dental plaque. It’s got the Veterinary Oral Health Council ‘Accepted Product’ seal, too- so you know it’s clinically proven and a vet recommended cat food to help with dental problems. If you’re going to feed dry food to your cat, I’d strongly recommend you buy a food that works as hard as this one at keeping them healthy. The only catch is the price tag- as a clinically-proven diet, it costs a lot more than the average bag of pet food at the supermarket! It’s also a prescription diet, which means it needs veterinary approval- but most vets will not hesitate to provide your supplier with the correct authorization.

To sum up, we believe this one is the best dry cat food available today.

Pros

  • Can be fed long term
  • Proven to reduce plaque and tartar
  • Veterinary Oral Health Council approved

Cons

  • Price
  • Requires veterinary authorization
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2. Hills Prescription Diet Metabolic – Best for Weight Loss

We recently had a discussion about the best cat weight-loss food on one of our veterinary forums. And this product was named as the best dry cat food for weight loss by almost all of the vets that participated. We consider this vet recommended cat food recipe to be the best dry cat food for indoor cats with its weight control benefits. It is scientifically proven to help cats lose weight – 88% of cats lost weight within just two months in one of their feeding trials. It contains satiety-enhancing ingredients to help your cat feel fuller for longer, so they won’t be pestering you at their food bowl. It also contains ingredients such as L-carnitine to activate your cat’s natural fat-burning mechanisms. Best of all, since overweight cats are so prone to urinary issues, Hills has developed this food to promote a healthier urinary environment.

Pros

  • Scientifically proven to promote weight loss
  • High protein to increase satiety
  • Promotes healthy urinary tract

Cons

  • Requires veterinary authorization
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3. Purina Pro Plan Focus Adult Urinary Tract Health – Best for Urinary Health

Purina Pro Plan has developed this food to protect your cat’s urinary tract. If you’re looking for the best Purina cat food for urinary tract health, this food has been formulated to produce a low urine pH, which Purina has proven reduces the occurrence of some crystals in the urine. This means it’s less likely that your cat gets the most common types of bladder crystals or stones. They also reduced sources of dietary magnesium; this should reduce the chance of struvite crystal formation.

Although this diet has lots of great benefits, it’s not a replacement for a prescription diet, which can actually treat urinary conditions. If your vet recommends a prescription diet that your cat won’t eat, you should ask them for alternative suggestions to ensure your cat is still getting the benefits they need. It’s also often best to increase water intake for cats with urinary issues, so a wet diet is preferable to a dry one.

Pros

  • Low dietary magnesium
  • Produces a low urine pH
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4. Royal Canin Feline Health Kitten – Best for Weight Gain

Whilst the vast majority of cats do not need to gain weight, elderly cats or those recovering from illness may benefit from extra calories to regain condition. And just giving them extra portions of their usual diet won’t necessarily be enough- sometimes their tiny stomachs can’t take in all the nutrients they need unless the food you’re feeding is calorie-dense. Kitten food is higher in calories and can be fed to adult cats for a short time to help them gain weight.

This kitten food from Royal Canin is manufactured to exacting standards by a well-respected company. At 369 calories per cup, it packs a lot of nutrition into a small portion. It also contains plenty of vitamins and minerals to ensure your cat is getting everything they need, even if their appetite is reduced.

Please note that if your cat is losing weight, it’s a good idea to get them checked out by your veterinarian. This food may not be safe if the reason for their weight loss is an undiagnosed disease.

Pros

  • High-calorie formulation
  • High levels of vitamins and minerals

Cons

  • Not suitable for long term feeding
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5. Royal Canin Gastrointestinal Fiber Response – Best for Sensitive Stomachs

This dry cat food is recommended by many veterinarians for cats with sensitive stomachs. It has been carefully formulated to provide everything your adult cat needs in terms of nutrition, with easy-to-digest ingredients. This diet has plenty of fiber from many different sources- these promote normal intestinal movement, well-formed feces, and healthy gut bacteria. It also contains feline-appropriate prebiotics to provide those ‘good’ gut bacteria with everything they need.

Psyllium seed husks are also added as they absorb excess moisture to keep stools formed. Although this product requires veterinary authorization, most vets will be happy to prescribe to any cat suffering from recurrent vomiting or diarrhea, gas, abdominal pain, or regurgitation after eating.

Pros

  • Added prebiotics
  • Blend of fibers
  • Psyllium husks

Cons

  • Requires veterinary authorization
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6. Hill’s Science Diet Kitten – Best for Kittens

This dry kitten food from Hill’s is one of the best products on the market for feeding your young and growing kitten. It’s manufactured in the USA using ingredients that exceed industry standards, and is loved by vets all over. The growing stage is the most important part of your cat’s life when it comes to diet – little deficiencies here can quickly add up, which is why it’s so important to buy from a scientifically-backed company like Hill’s, which does feeding trials to ensure their products are up to scratch.

Most importantly, this dry kitten food from Hill’s contains bio-available taurine to prevent dietary-related heart conditions. It also has balanced protein to encourage ideal growth rates and the Omega-6 DHA which is important for your kitten’s sight and brain development. They’ve even made the kibble small for little mouths! The only problem is the price tag- compared to many other brands, Hill’s is a lot more expensive- but I feel your kitten’s health is worth investing in and I regularly recommend this food!

Pros

  • Scientifically backed
  • Added DHA and bioavailable Taurine
  • Small kibble size
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Top-Rated Cat Foods for Other Health Needs

1. Purina Pro Plan Focus Adult Hairball – Best for Preventing Hairballs

As a veterinarian, I often see cats with hairballs. Whilst many causes of hairballs are medical, so a vet’s input is needed, dietary support can help cats to get rid of troublesome hairballs whilst the cause of the overgrooming is found. For long-haired cats especially, a good hairball diet can make a huge difference to your cat’s quality of life. This hairball diet from Purina has it all, and vets and reviewers certainly seem to agree that it is one of the best hairball foods on the market.

It’s high in fiber, which promotes good gut movement and helps to move your cat’s ingested hair through the gut, instead of piling up in the stomach. It also contains ingredients to support good coat and skin health- like Vitamin A and Omega-6 fatty acids- in order to reduce the need for grooming. As it’s complete and balanced- and backed by science- this product is safe to feed for life, making it an easy way to improve your cat’s wellbeing.

The only downside to this food is that it contains protein from lots of different sources, so if food allergies play a part in your cat’s grooming, this food may not be for them. Not working for your cat? Talk to your vet about ruling out allergies using a hydrolyzed protein diet.

Pros

  • High in fiber to promote gut transit
  • Omega-6 for a healthier coat

Cons

  • Protein from unnamed sources
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2.  Purina Pro Plan Focus Adult Indoor Care – Best for Indoor-Only Cats

You might be wondering why indoor cats need a different type of food. The reason is that indoor-only cats can be prone to a range of diseases that are rarer in outdoor cats- such as obesity and urinary problems. This range from Purina Pro Plan is specially formulated to help your cats avoid some of these issues. It’s low-calorie and contains natural fiber from chicory root to help to prevent hairballs. It’s also rich in Omega-6 for skin and coat health – which may help reduce the need for grooming in cats. This indoor cat food is also high in protein to help your cat feel fuller and maintain a healthy weight. The main problem with this food is that the pH and magnesium content are not formulated for reduced crystals, so won’t help to prevent urinary problems.

If your indoor cat is already overweight or has had urinary problems, another great option is Hills Prescription Metabolic + Urinary Stress, which combines a weight-loss food with urine-protection properties and calming ingredients.

Pros

  • High fiber
  • Low calorie
  • Added omega-6 fatty acids
  • High protein

Cons

  • Doesn’t have any urinary protection
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3. Royal Canin Aging – Best for Older Cats

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This product from Royal Canin really does it all for your senior cat. Aging cats have specific health needs, and this diet will help to provide the best nutrition for your cat as he or she ages. Royal Canin has carefully researched the effect of diet on kidney disease, and have balanced this diet to have lower levels of phosphorus to protect the kidneys. Older cats need lower levels of protein, but the protein should be high quality- at 28% protein, this diet meets your senior cat’s needs perfectly. It also contains added glucosamine and chondroitin for supporting healthy joints, although the levels aren’t as high as I’d usually recommend, so extra supplementation might be necessary. You also need to bear in mind that this diet is only suitable for senior cats without disease- if your cat is suffering from renal disease, hyperthyroidism, diabetes, dental disease, or joint disease, they may benefit from a more specialized diet.

Pros

  • High-quality protein
  • Low phosphorus content
  • Contains glucosamine and chondroitin

Cons

  • May need additional supplementation
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Royal Canin, Cat Food ( Thai Language )

Water sufficient for processing, chicken by-products, chicken, chicken liver, corn flour, brewers rice flour, pork plasma, fish oil, powdered cellulose, natural flavors, sodium silico aluminate, sodium tripolyphosphate, potassium chloride, taurine, carob bean gum, calcium carbonate, calcium sulfate, hydrolyzed yeast, choline chloride, vitamins [DL-alpha tocopherol acetate (source of vitamin E), L-ascorbyl-2-polyphosphate (source of vitamin C), thiamine mononitrate (vitamin B1), niacin supplement, biotin, D-calcium pantothenate, riboflavin supplement, pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6), folic acid, vitamin B12 supplement, vitamin D3 supplement], carrageenan, citric acid, sodium carbonate, trace minerals [zinc proteinate, zinc oxide, ferrous sulfate, copper sulfate, manganous oxide, sodium selenite, calcium iodate], magnesium oxide, marigold extract (Tagetes erecta L.).

Calorie Content

This diet contains 1090 kcal ME/kg; 180 kcal ME/can on an as fed basis (calculated).

Sours: https://www.royalcanin.com/us/cats/products/vet-products/feline-gastrointestinal-high-energy-canned-cat-food

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What's a good soft cat food, for cat with IBD? (that's not Hills ID or royal canin gastrointestinal)

Many times cats will respond to a prescription diet using hydrolyzed protein. Both Hill's and Royal Canin carry these types, which you can discuss with your vet. If you are looking for a cat food that isn't a prescription food, you will have to do a food trial to attempt to find a diet that Junior's colon will respond to:

"Another approach is the use of the novel protein diets. The idea here is that the patient cannot have an immunological reaction to a protein source it has never experienced. (It takes long-term exposure to a protein before the immune system will respond against it, so a new protein should be safe.) This means using an unusual protein such as rabbit, venison, fish (for dogs) or duck, so long as the patient has not been fed these foods before. Again, it takes about a month to see a good response."

There are many great brands of cat food that you can find with these types of ingredients at the pet store. A homecooked diet is also an option, but it needs to be formulated by a veterinary nutritionist to make sure it is completely balanced with everything that Junior needs.

Also, don't forget to talk to your vet about supplementing B12, if needed in Junior's case.

Here is info on IBD: veterinarypartner.com/Content.plx?P=A&S=0&C=0&A=598

And here is information on a food trial (it says dogs but the same concept applies for cats!):
veterinarypartner.com/Content.plx?P=A&S=0&C=0&A=2499

Sours: https://www.petcoach.co/question/?id=391371
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Does your cat vomit too often? If your feline baby is suffering from digestive problems, then you’re probably interested in finding an efficient i/d cat food alternative. Don’t worry because you’ve come to the right place to soothe your cat’s symptoms of food allergies.

I/d cat food is a prescription diet that can help your cat if it can’t keep anything in the stomach or if it suffers from a food allergy. In this article, we’ll help you find good alternatives that can keep your cat safe.

Here’s a summary of our top picks:

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Instinct Limited Ingredient Diet Grain-Free Recipe Natural Wet Canned Cat Food1Instinct Limited Ingredient Diet Grain-Free Recipe Natural Wet Canned Cat FoodTop PickCheck Price
Blue-Buffalo-Sensitive-Stomach-Natural-Adult-Dry-Cat-FoodBlue Buffalo Sensitive Stomach Natural Adult Dry Cat FoodBest Value for The MoneyCheck Price
Natural-Balance-LID-Limited-Ingredient-Diets-Dry-Cat-FoodNatural Balance LID Limited Ingredient Diets Dry Cat FoodRunner-UpCheck Price

Reviews of The Best I/D Cat Food Alternatives

Cats are picky about their food, and when you have a cat with some health issues, things can become more challenging. Here are some of the best i/d cat food alternatives.

1. Instinct Limited Ingredient Diet Grain-Free Recipe Natural Wet Canned Cat Food

Instinct Limited Ingredient Diet Grain-Free Recipe Natural Wet Canned Cat Food

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This affordable food contains no grains, dairy, artificial colors, or preservatives. It’s a natural source of all the essential nutrients with one source of meat and one source of vegetables.

If you have a cat that suffers from food allergies or other health issues, this will be an excellent choice because it contains a healthy source of protein. The cage-free turkey meat is easy to digest and doesn’t contain any ingredients that might trigger the nasty symptoms of food allergies.

Choosing this food source means that your cat won’t digest any filler or unnecessary ingredients that only make the symptoms of food allergies get worse. It can be served as a meal or a topper thanks to the delicious pate texture that appeals even to picky eaters.

In addition to the lean meat protein, the cat food contains essential nutrients like vitamin E, natural omegas, vitamin D, vitamin B12, and folic acid. It will immediately help with diarrhea and stop the itchiness of the skin.

For best results, you can mix this food with the cat’s old food until it gets used to the new taste. If your cat is allergic to peas, this food won’t work because it contains a protein source from peas.

What We Like

  • Affordable food that contains natural meat and vegetables
  • Easy to digest turkey meat
  • No fillers or preservatives
  • Can be used as a meal or a topper
  • Contains vitamins and minerals

What We Don’t Like

  • Contains a protein source from peas.

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2. Purina Pro Plan Focus Urinary Tract Health

Purina Pro Plan Focus Urinary Tract Health

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This kit provides your feline baby with the needed nutrients to protect the urinary tract from serious and recurring infections. The combination of whitefish and salmon guarantees that all the nutritional needs of your cat will be covered, so it can stay in excellent health.

Offering the optimal balance between proteins and fats, this food is an excellent choice for an adult cat that faces recurring infections and food allergies. It contains several vitamins that protect the whole body and boosts the performance of various organs.

The low dietary magnesium lowers the PH level in the urinary tract and fights off bacterial infections. The formula features real fish with all the natural nutrients that your cat needs to stay healthy, especially if it suffers from food allergies.

Even if you have a picky eater, the natural flavors of this food will make it more appealing to your cat. However, it contains cornmeal, so it can cause runny poop.

What We Like

  • Provides your cat with essential nutrients
  • Low dietary magnesium to lower the PH level of the urinary tract
  • Contains all the necessary nutrients to boost the functions of the organs in the body
  • Contains real whitefish and salmon

What We Don’t Like

  • It can cause runny poop because it contains corn

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3. Royal Canin Feline Hypoallergenic Hydrolyzed Protein Adult HP

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This food is made of high-quality hydrolyzed protein, so it suits cats with food allergies. It’s a hypoallergenic food that contains all the necessary nutrients that your cat needs to stay healthy. Using this food will eliminate the symptoms related to food allergies that can make your cat sick.

In addition to the protein, the meal contains fibers that improve the functions of the digestive system and will keep the stool solid and consistent. It can improve the condition of the skin and restore the lost fur.

Although you shouldn’t expect overnight results, using this food will help your cat feel more comfortable and lower the chances of throwing up. The results show after one or two months, and this means that your cat will never experience discomfort or pain again.

You should use this formula on its own because it contains all the necessary nutrients. This is a complete meal that shouldn’t be fed with other treats or any other food types. It will immediately improve the look of your cat’s skin and prevent itchiness, which causes fur loss.

However, this meal won’t work if you have a kitten because it doesn’t cover the nutritional requirements of younger kitties. This cat food is more expensive than other products on the market.

What We Like

  • Hypoallergenic protein meal with fibers
  • Suitable for cats with multiple food allergies
  • Contains all the necessary nutrients
  • Will help restore the fur and improve the condition of the skin

What We Don’t Like

  • Not suitable for kittens
  • The formula is more expensive than other products

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4. Blue Buffalo Sensitive Stomach Natural Adult Dry Cat Food

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Real meat is the first ingredient in this dry cat food. It’s an excellent choice for kitties that suffer from food allergies and other health problems because the natural-based ingredients are easy to digest. The food contains wholesome whole grains, garden veggies, and fruit to provide your feline baby with all the nutrients needed to boost the immune system.

Having a sensitive stomach will never be an issue because this formula contains Fructooligosaccharide prebiotics that improves digestion by increasing the number of healthy bacteria in the intestines. Prebiotics also facilitates the absorption of useful nutrients like fatty acids that improve the look of the cat’s skin and fur.

Professional vets added several minerals, antioxidants, and vitamins to this formula to guarantee that all the nutritional needs of your cat will be properly covered. The formula doesn’t contain poultry, by-products of meat, or artificial preservatives, so it’s a healthy source of all the essential nutrients.

The balanced ingredients will keep your cat healthy without increasing its weight. However, some kitties won’t like the taste of this formula.

What We Like

  • Contains protein from real meat
  • The formula contains prebiotics to improve digestion and boost the immune system
  • Extra antioxidants, minerals, and vitamins
  • Doesn’t cause obesity

What We Don’t Like

  • Some cats don’t like the taste

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5. Natural Balance LID Limited Ingredient Diets Dry Cat Food

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The combination of a single source of protein and healthy fibers will help improve the look of your cat’s skin and fur. This formula is an excellent choice for cats that suffer from food allergies because the single source of protein will improve digestion.

Made of real chicken, this food source will alleviate the symptoms of food allergies. Using this food will help build strong muscles to protect your kitty and keep it in excellent health. It doesn’t contain any grains or carbohydrates that can increase the symptoms of an upset stomach.

This formula supports the health of adult cats to keep the skin and coat healthy. There are no colors, preservatives, or fillers that might affect the health of your feline baby.

The ingredients are simple, so they will work for your cat’s sensitive stomach. However, you might need to add another source of protein for your adult cat if you feel that it is losing weight.

What We Like

  • Simple ingredients that work for an upset stomach
  • Boosts the immune system and improves the look of the skin and fur
  • Made of real chicken
  • Doesn’t contain any grains, fillers, or artificial preservatives

What We Don’t Like

  • You will need to add another source of protein if your cat starts to lose weight

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What to Look for When You’re Shopping for The Best i/d Food Alternative

Finding the right food for your cat isn’t always an easy task. But things can become more challenging if your cat has an upset stomach or suffers from food allergies. Here are a few things that you should take into consideration if you’re looking for the best i/d food alternative.

Ingredients

Take a look at the list of ingredients to make sure that it suits your cat. The first ingredient should be a source of protein since cats are carnivores. Chicken, fish, and turkey are among the most popular protein sources.

Cats also need other essential ingredients like carbohydrates, vegetables, and fruit but in smaller quantities. You should make sure that the food doesn’t contain any fillers, artificial colors, or preservatives that can make the symptoms worse.

Added Nutrients

Cats need several nutrients that should be supplemented in their food. These include prebiotics that improve digestion by increasing the number of healthy bacteria in the gut. Prebiotics will also improve the symptoms of an upset stomach and improve the condition of the stool.

Other essential nutrients include vitamins, antioxidants, and minerals. These supplements will improve the look of the skin and the fur because food allergies will affect their appearance. If your food doesn’t contain enough nutrients, you’ll have to use it as a topper or combined with another source of food.

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Wrap Up

Cats can develop multiple food allergies that affect their health. However, choosing the right formula will alleviate the symptoms that can restore the health of your feline baby, the beauty of its fur, and get rid of all the nasty symptoms.

We chose the Instinct Limited Ingredient Diet Grain-Free Recipe Natural Wet Canned Cat Food as the best i/d cat food alternative because it doesn’t contain any fillers or preservatives. It’s an excellent choice for cats with sensitive stomachs and multiple food allergies because it contains a single source of protein. Moreover, the food contains extra vitamins and minerals that support the various organs in the body.

Your cat might not be fond of this food, but this shouldn’t be a problem. You can try other good alternatives on our list as they’re all designed to keep your feline baby in perfect health.

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