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Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Urinary SO Moderate Calorie Dry Cat Food is: Made with wholesome ingredients Formulate for cats with feline urinary tract diease Prevents bladder stones Increases urine volume Maintains a healthy weight Gummy and chewy Cleans teeth and gums Fortified with vitamins,…
Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Urinary Feline Cat Treats are specialized treats that help support a healthy urinary tract for cats that are currently on a Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Urinary SO formula. This includes dry and canned Urinary SO, Urinary SO Moderate Calorie and Urinary SO Olfactory Attraction. These treats are part of a comprehensive line of treats that are designed to support specific dietary needs to help your pet achieve treatment goals related to urinary health. With Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Urinary Feline treats, you can still reward and bond with your cat even while she’s following a therapeutic diet. It’s a safe, effective treating option that’s backed by science you can trust.
I have been feeding one of my cats Royal Canin Urinary SO dry food for a year or two. My cat recently became ill and died. I do not know that the food caused it, but he stopped going poop, had seizures over the couple of days that the vets ran tests, then died. The emergency vet said he had a lot of stool in his system (don't know why they didn't try to help him with that). Was looking for other sources of toxins at home. After a few days, I decided to give some of this food to another of my cats. She became very ill, hissing and throwing up all over the place. I had just opened a new bag of this food when my first cat became ill, so now I am suspect of this food. I will call Lauren.I first suspected the food was a problem when 24 hrs after I stopped feeding my usually well cat Royal Canin Urinary dry food, he returned to his normal active, hungry, well self after a couple of weeks of vomiting, constipation and general lethargy (very atypical for him). He was only on the Urinary dry food because my other cat had struvite crystal issues some years ago, so they have both been on this diet for at least several years. My well cat was also on Royal Canin Obesity dry food, due to his voracious appetite. My other cat unfortunately died of kidney failure, after increased vomiting, constipation and lethargy also over the same period as my otherwise well cat. Both cats have been indoors cats, no contact with other animals, haven't attended a cattery in recent months, and have had consistent care. For this reason I looked up Royal Canin Urinary food reviews on the Internet, and was alarmed to read too many similar experiences!After over a decade of doing well on "Wellness" canned food, my cat had high protein levels in her urine. This is common for older cats. The vet recommended switching to a lower protein food, stating that a Renal Support food was necessary, and sold us Royal Canin. My cat eats mostly canned food. She likes it but is vomiting. This is a cat that never vomits, not even hairballs. Can anyone recommend a renal support food that is NOT Royal Canin?The vet put my cats on the Urinary SO dry food. They did fine on it for about 3 years. Now they all vomit after they eat. One of them has diarrhea. Contacted Royal Canin, and was told there is nothing wrong with the food. Reading all of these posts -- obviously something is going on. It's concerning. Done feeding Royal Canin to my cats.