8 Best Low Protein Cat Food Options for Your Kitty

Cats, like other carnivores, need protein to stay healthy. But in some cases, the amount of protein in normal cat food is too high for your kitty. 

If your cat has liver or kidney problems, excess protein can put additional strain on their organs. Luckily, a low protein cat food can help ease this.

Low protein cat foods are widely available online, but for some, you will need a veterinary prescription. Here are the best low protein cat foods on the market.

This food is specifically formulated to help cats with kidney disease and comes in both wet and dry options.

Hills Prescription Diet Kidney Care

This great-tasting food will stimulate their appetite while also satisfying their needs.

Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets NF Kidney Function Early Care / Advanced Care

If you’re looking for a budget-friendly, low-protein wet food for your feline friend, it doesn’t get much better than this.

HI-TOR Veterinary Select Neo Diet Canned Cat Food

Blue Buffalo’s Kidney + Mobility Support food has controlled protein and mineral levels.

Blue Buffalo Natural Veterinary Diet Kidney + Mobility Support

It’s low in phosphorus and contains balanced protein levels to reduce pressure on the kidneys.

Eukanuba Cat Veterinary Diet Renal Formula

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