When a cat is ill, a specialist diet can be helpful or can even prolong the cat's life. This type of food is adapted to each specific illness. ‘Diet’ doesn’t mean a reduction in calories here, rather a specific type of nutrition. In any case, you should always consult your vet before you switch your cat to dietetic food. This article offers you some information and tips about feeding a specialist diet to a cat with an illness.
Table of contents
- Dietetic food for cats with kidney problems
- Dietetic food for cats with diabetes
- Nutrition for cats with urinary tract problems and bladder stones
- Nutrition for cats with illnesses - further examples of specialist diets
- What should you do when your sick cat doesn't want to eat?
- How long should your cat eat the special diet for?