Any special medical conditions a cat is facing should always be taken into account in considering switching a cat to a new diet.
It’s essential to know, for example, that a diabetic cat’s insulin requirements change immediately after a switch from a high- to a low-carb diet: home-testing to adjust the insulin needs is absolutely essential lest you put your cat at real risk of hypoglycemia.
For cats with chronic kidney disease (CKD) special attention is required in managing the overall AMOUNT of phosphorus in the diet – the recipe that’s on my site WITH bones would definitely not be appropriate for those cats.
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