* May be fed as 1 capsule on alternate days.
If your cat is suspicious of new foods we recommend slowly introducing UriCatCare to the food at first and increasing the amount over a week or so until the full maintenance amount is achieved.
Maintenance levels can be adjusted to suit the individual. Please contact us if you have any feeding questions and we will be happy to discuss your cat's case with you and provide bespoke advice.
A 30 capsule pot lasts 60 days based on a 4kg cat at maintenance levels.
URINARY HEALTH - N-Acetyl-D-Glucosamine provides the building blocks to help replenish the urinary tract's delicate GAG layer after periods of inflammation and irritation.
STRESS RELIEF - L-tryptophan naturally boosts levels of the feel good chemical, serotonin, which has been shown to relieve stress in cats and improve signs of stress behaviours such as territorial marking. UriCatCare is palatability tested to ensure minimal stress when introducing it to the diet.
ANTI-INFLAMMATORY SUPPORT - Omega 3 and Vitamin E support the body's natural anti-inflammatory response to calm sensitive bladders.
N-Acetyl-D-Glucosamine, L-tryptophan, Omega 3 (Fish Oil), Vitamin E.
NB. If your cat has specific dietary concerns, please contact us and we will give you bespoke advice.
N-Acetyl-D-Glucosamine (from fermentation), Hydrolysed Poultry Protein, Fish Oil.
Nutritional: Amino acids: L-Tryptophan (3c440) 125,000 mg; Vitamins: Vitamin E (3a700) 50 I.U. Antioxidant: Tocopherol, Extract from veg oil (Vit E, 1b360 (i)) 100 mg.
Crude protein 44.8 %, Crude fats and oils 9.54 %, Crude ash 9.2 %, Crude fibre 0.4 %, Acid Insoluble Ash 6.31 %, Sodium 0.39 %, Omega 3 fatty acid 4 %.
N-acetyl-D-Glucosamine 167 mg
L-Tryptophan 50 mg
Vitamin E 60 µg
Fish Oil (Omega 3 source) 83 mg
"UriCatCare contains key nutrients to help cats who suffer from bladder issues. It is ideal for using alongside environmental modification to help reduce stress and with increased water intake via the diet/water fountains to help reduce the inflammatory impact of urine on the bladder lining."
Dr. Emma Farrell BVetMed BSc MRCVS