Foods for Cats with Urinary Tract Problems

As you recall, two weeks ago Felix had a urinary tract blockage that sent us straight to the veterinarian. It was an emergency situation and one that kept him hospitalized for three days, two of them catheterized and on an IV.

During Felix’s stay, we talked with our veterinarian daily as we went up to get Felix to eat. Felix had been on prescription dry food for the past eight years but, since this problem arose again, we knew it was time for a change.

We talked with our vet about changing Felix’s diet to an all-canned cat food diet. Since cats typically won’t drink enough water on their own (and we even have a Drinkwell fountain to encourage all the cats to drink more), they can get a great deal more water by eating canned food compared to dry food.

When we picked up Felix, we told our vet that we wanted to switch Felix to an all-canned diet and she printed out a list of canned cat foods that are low carbohydrate and lower calorie than many other foods.

We’re not recommending any of these foods in particular–you need to talk with your own vet for recommendations–but we wanted to share this list with our readers. Many also recommend reducing fish in your cat’s diet (although you’ll see several fish varieties below) so talk with your vet for recommendations regarding your specific cat.

Several of the foods on the list below are easy to locate brands (and ones you’ll find coupons for if you look around). Most importantly: talk with your vet about the options for feeding your cat to prevent these problems!

Friskies

  • Chicken and Tuna Dinner
  • Classic Seafood Entree
  • Country Style Dinner
  • Flaked with Tuna and Egg in Sauce
  • Flaked with Tuna in Sauce
  • Kitten Mixed Grill Formula
  • Liver and Chicken Dinner
  • Mariner’s Catch
  • Mixed Grill
  • Ocean Whitefish and Tuna Dinner
  • Poultry Platter
  • Salmon Dinner
  • Sea Captain’s Choice
  • Special Diet Beef and Chicken Entree
  • Special Diet Beef and Liver Entree
  • Special Diet Ocean Whitefish Dinner
  • Special Diet Turkey and Giblets Dinner
  • Special Diet with Salmon
  • Supreme Supper
  • Turkey and Giblets Dinner

Fancy Feast

  • Beef and Chicken Feast
  • Beef and Liver Feast
  • Chopped Grill Feast
  • Chunky Chicken Feast
  • Chunky Turkey Feast
  • Cod, Sole, and Shrimp Feast
  • Filet & Pate Beef and Chicken Feast
  • Filet & Pate Chicken and Seafood Feast
  • Filet & Pate Salmon & Tuna Feast
  • Flaked Fish & shrimp Feast
  • Flaked Ocean Fish Feast
  • Flaked Salmon & Ocean Whitefish Feast
  • Flaked Trout Feast
  • Flaked Tuna Feast
  • Flaked Tuna & Mackerel Feast
  • Gourmet Chicken Feast
  • Ocean Whitefish & Tuna Feast
  • Savory Salmon Feast
  • Seafood Feast
  • Tender Beef Feast
  • Tender Liver and Chicken Feast
  • Turkey and Giblets Feast

Merrick

  • Cowboy Cookout
  • Grammy’s Pot Pie
  • Ocean Breeze
  • Southern Delight
  • Surf N Turf

Pro-Plan

  • Kitten Chicken and Live Entree Classic
  • Adult Cat Sardines and Tuna Entree in Aspic

9-Lives

  • Chicken and Beef Dinner
  • Flaked Tuna in Sauce
  • Ground Chicken and Seafood Dinner
  • Ground Chicken and Tuna Dinner
  • Ground Chicken Dinner
  • Ground Liver and Bacon Dinner
  • Ground Super Supper
  • Ground Turkey and Giblet Dinner
  • Ground Turkey Dinner
  • Ocean Whitefish and Tuna Dinner
  • Ocean Whitefish Dinner
  • Prime Entree with Real Salmon
  • Prime Entree with Tuna and Shrimp
  • Prime Grill with Beef

Royal Canin

  • Calorie Control CC-38
  • Recovery RS
  • Urinary SO 30

Triumph Pouches

  • Turkey Giblets in Gravy
  • Tuna in Gravy
  • Mixed Grill in Gravy
  • Chicken Dinner
  • Beef in Gravy

Whiskas

  • Chicken and Tuna Dinner
  • Chicken Dinner
  • Seafood Kitty Chowder
  • Seafood Seaside Supper
  • Seafood with Salmon

Purina Prescription

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