For cats with cholangitis (previously known as cholangiohepatitis), portosystemic shunts, hepatic encephalopathy, liver failure, hepatic copper accumulation.
The high energy density responds to the cat’s energy requirements while helping reduce the amount of food given per meal, thus decreasing digestive workload. It also facilitates convalescence and recovery.
Cats suffering from hepatic disease often show a decreased appetite. High palatability encourages spontaneous consumption, facilitating convalescence and recovery.
A reduced copper content aims to minimise intracellular copper accumulation and thus hepatocellular injury.
Free radicals play a key role in the pathogenesis and progression of hepatic lesions. The synergistic antioxidant complex helps slow down hepatocyte deterioration.