Then there’s supplements to think about. Cats with CKD urinate more and essential vitamins and minerals are likely to become depleted.
Vitamin B may be an important additive to your cat’s diet. Omega 3 is used in humans with kidney disease and may be of use to your cat also. Potassium may also be required.
If you want to learn more about this, we suggest speaking with your vet.
You may also wish to consider putting your cat on vet-approved omega 3 essential fatty acid supplements.
Although research with Omega 3 and cats is still at an early stage, we do know they assist humans in dealing with kidney disease.
Not only that take a look at the Scruffy Paws Kidney Vitalize Chews, the active ingredients inside them (Astragalus extract & Rhemannia extract) have been scientifically backed to help reduce proteinuria (a leading marker of kidney disease).