insufficient renal function

reduced phosphorous

protein reduced

insufficient renal function

reduced phosphorous

protein reduced

no grain

high acceptance


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Content: 1.6 Kilogramm (€12.90 / 1 Kilogramm)
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INTEGRA PROTECT Renal with duck: kidney diet for cats with a delicious taste

INTEGRA PROTECT Renal with duck is tailored to the specific nutritional requirements of cats with chronic renal insufficiency. This kidney diet for cats contains less protein and phosphorus than regular wet food. As a result, the progression of the disease can be delayed and the condition of the cat can be improved.

INTEGRA PROTECT Renal with duck tastes good to cats with kidney conditions and can be eaten for their entire lives without any problems.

Feeding recommendation

When calculating the ideal amount of food for cats, the age, weight and temperament of the pet should always be taken into account.

The following recommended amounts can be used as a general guideline:

  • if a cat weighs 3 kg, it can be given 150 g of food a day
  • if it weighs 4 kg, it should receive 185 g
  • a cat that weighs 5 kg can be given 230 g

Our specialist vet, Dr Radicke, will be happy to provide you with individually tailored feeding recommendations for the missing weights.

INTEGRA PROTECT – The dietary food that tastes delicious

INTEGRA PROTECT was developed for the special requirements of cats with health conditions and is very well accepted by pets. INTEGRA PROTECT special dietary foods are available for the following conditions:

  • Chronic renal insufficiency
  • Food allergies
  • Gastrointestinal disorders with acute diarrhoea
  • Reduction of the recurrence of struvite stones
  • Reduction of oxalic stone formation
  • Diabetes mellitus


Meat and animal derivatives (veal, chicken, 5 % duck), vegetables (potatoes), oils and fats (canola oil), minerals, derivatives of vegetable origin. Protein sources: veal, chicken, duck.

Dietetic complete pet food to support the renal function in the case of chronic renal insufficiency of cats

more information:
Contains drinking water. Drinking water is not a feed material and can therefore not be listed in the declaration.
Minerals are essential inorganic nutrients. A distinction is made between bulk and trace elements. Bulk elements occur in quantities of over 50 mg/kg body weight; trace elements are below this level.
  • Protein 7.8 %
  • fat content 11.5 %
  • crude fiber 0.5 %
  • crude ash 1.3 %
  • moisture 76 %
  • calcium 0.22 %
  • phosphorous 0.16 %
  • sodium 0.16 %
  • potassium 0.16 %
  • linolic acid 1.8 %
  • taurine 0.7 g/kg
Nutritional additives per kg
  • 180 IE Vitamin D3

  • 0,4 mg Calcium iodate

  • 2 mg Copper amino acid

  • 2 mg Manganous sulphate monohydrate

  • 16 mg Zinc sulphate, monohydrate

Weight of the cat g per day
3 kg 150 g
4 kg 185 g
5 kg 230 g