Cats with kidney issues may benefit from diets that have lower levels of phosphorus, but we believe it is necessary to include adequate levels of protein. Cats, by definition, are obligate carnivores, and this means their bodies need meat. Meat includes high quality protein which in turn helps maintain muscle mass--something crucial for cats with kidney issues.
Based upon literature and veterinarian advice, pet parents of cats with kidney issues often seek foods with the lowest levels of phosphorus. Such foods will not cure damaged kidneys, but they may, generally speaking, help cats feel better—and this in turn may help cats maintain appetite and muscle mass.
Wx Phos Focused foods is not complete and balanced because it does not contain adequate levels of phosphorus. None of our foods are intended to diagnose, cure, or prevent any disease. Always consult your veterinarian when changing your cat’s diet.