Homemade Cat Food Recipe for Cats with Kidney Disease

Note: please contact your veterinarian before you use this recipe.

Ingredients Grams
Liver, chicken cooked 21
Rice, white cooked 98
Chicken, white cooked 21
Oil, vegetable 7
Calcium carbonate 0.7
Salt, iodized 0.5
Salt, substitute (KCl 0.5
Total 149
Nutrient Content (%DMB)+

Dry matter 37.8
Protein 24.4
Fat 17.5
Linoleic acid 7.9
Crude Fiber 0.85
Calcium 0.54
Phosphorus 0.29
Magnesium 0.09
Sodium 0.42
Potassium** 0.66
Energy(kcal/100g) 458

Directions: Cook the meets separately then cook the starch component. Grind or finely chop meat if necessary. Mix all other components with this (except the vitamin-mineral supplement). Mix and serve immediately or cover and refrigerate. Serve the vitamin-mineral supplement with the meal; give as a pill or pulverize and thoroughly mix with food before feeding.

4 comments:

  1. This cat food recipe for cats with kidney disease is given only as a guideline, if your cat has severe health issues, it is strongly advised to consult your veterinarian before you serve any homemade cat food recipe to your cat at all!

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  2. Thanks for the article, this tutorial was highly important for me to master how to make our own homemade cat food recipes. Kudos

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  3. I was wondering how much of a daily intake this recipe amounts to. My cat is really struggling these days but is taking to homemade recipes but I am not sure how much to feed him per sitting

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  4. What vitamin mineral supplement? Shouldn't there be taurine in this recipe? Don't you have to be very specific and careful with what you give a cat with kidney disease --- including the type of supplement?

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