Canned Cat Food - CARE - Urinary Health - 5.5 oz

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Urinary Health



The perfect complement to Nutrience Care Urinary Health cat food, this wet food helps increase water intake; important for cats with urinary issues.

Recommended for:

  • Adult and senior cats
  • Growing kittens
  • Pregnant and lactating cats

How does canned food help with urinary problems in cats?

Historically, a cat’s diet provided a significant amount of water through the consumption of whole, small mammals. Domestic cats are less likely to have enough moisture in their diet, especially indoor cats who do not catch and consume prey. Similarly, cats prefer drinking from running water such as streams, as they are naturally wary of stagnant water since it is more likely to contain microscopic organisms which could be damaging to their health. Thus, it makes them less likely to drink water from a water dish which in turn causes a lack of water intake in their diets. Providing your cat with a water fountain or canned food, which typically has a moisture content of between 72% and 78% is a convenient way to make sure they are getting the water they need.  Water intake plays a key role in reducing the likelihood of all types of crystal formation. When the cat drinks water, the urine is diluted. Wet food plays an important role in keeping your cat hydrated and can help prevent the formation of urinary crystals.

This water will add volume to the urine, reducing the overall specific gravity. This means that the amount of minerals in the bladder remains the same, however are more dispersed in a larger volume and are therefore less likely to find each other and agglomerate, forming a crystal or growing into a larger stone. Fresh water should always be provided to your cat whether it be in a bowl or fountain. Complementing a diet of dry kibble with canned food is a great way to monitor and ensure your cat is taking in enough water.

Our Care Urinary Health canned food is the perfect complement to our Care Urinary Health dry food. Combining kibble with wet food increases not only hydration, but also palatability, and is an easy way to introduce varying textures in your cat’s everyday diet.



With Fresh Cranberries

With antioxidant-rich fresh cranberries to help maintain a healthy urinary tract.




Chicken, chicken liver, ocean fish, chicken broth, peas, chickpeas, cranberries, sodium tripolyphosphate, calcium carbonate, lentils, flaxseed, agar-agar, salmon oil, sun-cured alfalfa meal, tricalcium phosphate, lecithin, choline chloride, Yucca schidigera extract, L lysine, coconut oil, pea fiber, taurine, salt, dried kelp, L-ascorbyl-2 polyphosphate (source of vitamin C), zinc proteinate, vitamin E supplement, ferrous sulfate, zinc sulfate, iron proteinate, copper proteinate, thiamine mononitrate, niacin supplement, vitamin A supplement, inulin, chia seeds, ginger, aloe vera, apple, avocado, blueberry, carob, carrot, chamomile, fennel seed, green tea, kale, marigold, papaya, paprika, parsley, pomegranate, pumpkin, rosemary, spirulina, thyme, tomato, turmeric, sweet potato, spinach, manganese sulfate, manganese proteinate, D-calcium pantothenate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, riboflavin supplement, sodium selenite, vitamin D3 supplement, vitamin B12 supplement, calcium iodate, biotin, folic acid.



Guaranteed Analysis

Crude protein min. 9.0%
Crude fat min. 5.0%
Crude fiber max. 1.5%
Moisture max. 78%


Calorie Content (calculated): 1,010 kcal/kg or 157 kcal/can

Nutritional Adequacy Statement: Nutrience Care® Urinary Health for cats is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Cat Food Nutrient Profiles for all life stages.



Feeding Guide

Adult (Cans/day)
Weight of Adult Cat Less Active More Active
2.2 – 6.6 lb (1 – 3 kg) ½ – 1 ⅔ – 1 ⅓
6.6 – 11 lb (3 – 5 kg) 1 – 1 ⅓ 1 ⅓ – 1 ¾
11 – 15.4 lb (5 – 7 kg) 1 ⅓ – 1 ¾  1 ¾ – 2 ⅓
15.4 – 20 lb (7 – 9 kg) 1 ¾ – 2 2 ⅓ – 2 ¾



For Kittens, based on current body weight and age:

  • Kittens up to 4 months old: Feed 2.5X the adult amount
  • Kittens between 4 and 9 months old: Feed 2X the adult amount
  • Kittens up between 9 and 12 months old: Feed 1.5X the adult amount.

For Gestation provide 1.5 X the adult amount, and for Lactation provide 1.25 to 2.5 X the adult amount (depending on litter size and week of lactation). Feed at room temperature and refrigerate unused portion. Always provide access to clean fresh water.

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