Following sterilization, the cat's sex hormones are reduced. This leads to a decrease in the animal's energy requirement (20 to 30%), physical activity and an increase in appetite. The energy intake of his usual food is then too high compared to his new needs and his growing appetite only accentuates this.
It is therefore necessary to use a food adapted to the new needs of your sterilized cat!
The mineral balance of the food, essential for strengthening the urinary systemThe mineral balance and its reduced level limit kidney’s overloading and help to provide an optimal urine pH to limit risks of urinary calculus.