Fortify Diet Cat Renal / Urinary

If your cat needs diet food for chronic kidney disease, a lower urinary tract disease that may be accompanied by the presence of urinary crystals or stones. Appropriate treatment combined with this diet alleviates this disease and the formation of urinary stones.
Gluten-free Prevention of urinary stones Omega 3 fatty acids
Packaging: 3 kg
Decreased Ca, P, Mg content Reduced protein content Omega - 3 PUFA pH control

Veterinary diet for cats with kidney disease

Upon diagnosis, the veterinarian will prescribe treatment for your cat, which is optimally supplemented with a veterinary diet. The goal of this diet is to produce more urine with lower mineral content and maintain an optimal urine pH.


  • reduced protein content - reducing the burden on the kidneys, maintains urine pH between 6.3 and 6.5;
  • reduced calcium, phosphorus and magnesium levels - preventing urinary stones;
  • increased sodium levels along with the herbal complex increases urine production;
  • unsupplemented vitamin C - precursor of oxalates;
  • high content of omega-3 fatty acids - reduces hypertension, arrhythmia, slows the progression of renal failure;
  • increased level of vitamin E - neutralizes free radicals, helps against urolithiasis.

Indications and contraindications


  • chronic renal insufficiency
  • prevention of struvite, calcium-oxalate and calcium-phosphate crystals
  • diseases of the lower urinary tract


  • do not use for kittens, pregnant and lactating cats
  • do not use concomitantly with urine acidifiers

Fortify IHC - Fortify Immunity Herbal Complex

Fortify Immunity Herbal Complex

The unique and balanced combination of herbs helps to strengthen the body's own immunity.
Fortify FHC - Fortify Function Herbal Complex

Fortify Function Herbal Complex

The unique and balanced combination of herbs enhances the therapeutic effect of the diet.
Fenugreek officinalis (Taxacum officinale)

Fenugreek officinalis (Taxacum officinale)

It has a positive effect on the kidneys, it helps with inflammation of the urinary tract and kidney stones.

Horsetail stem (Equisetum arvense)

Horsetail stem (Equisetum arvense)

It has a diuretic, strong disinfectant and anti-inflammatory effect. It helps to flush out some forms of kidney stones.

Birch leaf (Betula pendula)

Birch leaf (Betula pendula)

Diuretic for inflammation of the urinary tract, helps in the treatment of some forms of kidney stones.

Cranberries (Vaccinium vitis-idaea)

Cranberries (Vaccinium vitis-idaea)

A powerful source of antioxidants that protect the body from the effects of free radicals.

Average urine pH

Average urine pH

The graph shows the decrease in urine pH with diet. After 112 days of use, the values approach the physiological range.
Average SDMA values

Average SDMA values

The graph shows the reduction of the SDMA marker in the blood. High values are a sign of kidney damage.
Average UREA values

Average UREA values

The graph shows the decrease in the concentration of urea in the blood. High values are a sign of kidney damage.


Content Content:

dehydrated pork, rice, corn, egg, chicken fat, salmon fat, hydrolysed chicken liver, corn protein, dried apple pomace, flaxseed, taurine, MOS (mannanoligosaccharides), FOS (fructooligosaccharides), IHC complex - dried algae and herbs (Ascophyllum nodosum, Echinacea, nettle leaf), herbal complex (broomstick, horsetail, birch leaf, Yucca), amino acid complex (arginine, glycine, glutamine, histidine), beta-glucans, additives (vitamins, trace elements, amino acids), cranberry extract.

Analytical components Analytical components:

protein 29% (dehydrated pork, egg, corn protein, hydrolysed chicken liver) fat 18 % inorganic matter 5,5 % crude fibre 2,3 % Ca 0,7 % P 0,6 % Na 0,35 % K 0,7 % Mg 0,05 % Cl 0,5 % S 0,12 % omega-3 fatty acids 1 % omega-6 fatty acids 3 % sodium bicarbonate 0,8 %'

Additives Additives (content in 1kg):

Vitamins: vitamin A 20 000 IU, vitamin D3 2 000 IU, vitamin E (alphatocopherol) 340 mg, taurine 2 100 mg. Strengths: Cu in the form of CuSO4.5H2O 13 mg, Zn in the chelated form of zinc, 160 mg hydrate, Mn in the form of manganese chelate of glycine, 45 mg hydrate, Fe in the form of FeSO4.H2O 115 mg, I in the form of Ca(IO3)2 2 2.8 mg, Se in the form of selenomethionine from Saccharomyces cerevisiae 0.5 mg. Amino acids: L-lysine monohydrochloride 17 g, (3c301) DL-methionine 6.5 g.

Recommended daily intake

Cat weight 3 kg 4 kg 5 kg 6 kg 7 kg
Feed ration 45 g 60 g 75 g 90 g 100 g


As the only feed throughout the day. Optimally, the daily ration should be divided evenly into 2-3 portions throughout the day. Water must always be available. The feeding period is up to 6 months, unless your veterinarian advises you otherwise.
Decreased Ca, P, Mg content

Decreased Ca, P, Mg content

Along with an increase in urine production, it reduces the risk of urinary stone formation

Reduced protein content

Reduced protein content

Reduces the risk of uremia, hypertension and ascites

Omega - 3 PUFA

Omega - 3 PUFA

Slowing renal failure, reducing hypertension and arrhythmia risk

pH control

pH control

Optimal pH value prevents the formation of struvite urine crystals and stones

You ask, we answer

Where to buy Fortify products

Can I buy food from you directly or on an e-shop?

The food cannot be purchased directly from us, Fortify is only available from veterinarians.

Price of Fortify products

Where can I find out the price of feed?

Please check the price of the food with the veterinarian where you wish to purchase the food.

Quality of Fortify products

What is the quality of the meat from which the feed is made?

It comes from healthy animals that are intended for human consumption.

How much protein is in Fortify products

What percentage of animal protein does your feed contain?

Depending on the type, dog food contains 55-76% animal protein and cat food contains 71-82% animal protein.