The signs of gastrointestinal upsets commonly include diarrhoea, loss of appetite, vomiting and weight loss. Poorly digested food can contribute to the signs so a diet that is easily digested helps your cat get all the essential nutrients to support his/her recovery.
PURINA® PRO PLAN® VETERINARY DIETS Feline EN ST/OX Gastrointestinal is a delicious complete veterinary diet to help nutritionally manage gastrointestinal conditions in cats of all ages, including kittens.
Intestinal disorders are frequently associated with poor digestion, which may worsen symptoms, so PURINA® PRO PLAN® VETERINARY DIETS Feline EN ST/OX Gastrointestinal contains selected highly digestible ingredients in order to help reduce the workload on the gut and to minimise non-absorbed nutrients. A limited number of protein sources contained in the formula helps minimise any food reactions.
Please note that all indications for Purina Veterinary Diets mentioned on this website are for the dietary support of the dog (or cat) with the listed condition and do not preclude appropriate medical management. The veterinary diets should be used under veterinary supervision.
Poorly digested food can contribute to the common signs of gastrointestinal upsets, including diarrhoea, loss of appetite, vomiting and weight loss.
This easily digestible diet has moderate fаt levels to help support intestinal disorders. Adapted to the unique feline digestive system, it is formulated to perfectly meet the nutritional needs of cats with a debilitated gut.
It is recommended that a veterinarian’s opinion be sought before use.
To optimise nutrient digestion and absorption, the daily intake of Feline EN St/Ox Gastrointestinal should be divided into several small meals. Feline EN St/Ox Gastrointestinal provides complete and balanced nutrition for both adults and kittens. For kittens from 6 to 12 weeks, feed 40 to 80 g of dry food as per table here below, and where necessary moisten with water until weaning is complete, then gradually reduce the added water.
|Body weight (kg)||Daily feeding quantity||Dry + can combined||Dry + pouch combined|
|Dry (g/day)||Wet (can/day)||Wet (pouches/day)||Dry (g/day)||Can/day||Dry (g/day)||Pouch/day|
|2||30||1/2||1 + 1/3||15||1/4||20||1/2|
|4||60||1||2 + 1/2||30||1/2||10||2|
|5||70||1 + 1/3||3 + 1/4||20||1||25||2|
|6||85||1 + 2/3||3 + 3/4||35||1||20||3|
|7||100||2||4 + 1/2||50||1||35||3|
|8||115||2 + 1/4||5||60||1||45||3|
|Age(weeks)||Daily feeding quantity|
|Dry (g/day)||Wet (can/day)||Wet (pouches/day)|
|6 - 12||20 - 70||1/2 - 1 + 1/3||1 - 3 + 1/4|
|12 - 26||45 - 95||3/4 - 1 + 3/4||2 - 4 + 1/4|
|26 - 52||95 - 50||1 + 3/4 - 1||4 + 1/4 - 2|
For each additional 1 kg of body weight, feed an additional 15 g of dry food per day when only dry food is fed or ½ of can per day when only wet food is fed or 10 g of dry food when mixed food is given.
FELINE EN St/Ox GASTROINTESTINAL
|Key nutrient values*||Pouch**|
|- Omega-6 fatty acids||0.95%|
|- Omega-3 fatty acids||0.3%|
|Vitamin E||221 mg/kg|
|Metabolisable energy (ME)1||1.1 kcal/g|
* Typical analysis in the final product as fed.
** Average of the two varieties.
1 Calculated following NRC 2006 equations