Urinary Diet for a Cat

Urinary problems in cats may have many causes. One cause is inflammation of the lower urinary tract. If crystals and/or stones form in the urinary tract, they can obstruct the passing of urine, especially in male cats. In sever cases, this can lead to kidney damage or may even be fatal if not properly treated.


C/D Feline Multicare

Available in canned and dried

  • Reduces the risk of recurrence of both calcium oxalate and struvite stone/crystal formation in cats
  • Contains controlled levels of magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, and oxalate to reduce building blocks of crystals and uroliths, as well as enhanced vitamin B6 to help decrease oxalate formation and excretion in the urine.


Urinary SO

Available in canned and dried

Urinary SO is moderately restricted in magnesium and phosphorus, with controlled levels of calcium and oxalate, and aids in the management of struvite and calcium oxalate crystals and stones.

Produces urine pH between 6.0 and 6.5

Canned format is clinically proven to reduce the recurrence of clinical signs associated with idiopathic cystitis