Nutritional Support for Dogs and Cats with Companion’s Idiopathic Cystitis


  • N-Acetyl Glucosamine (NAG, 6.25%) – helps replenish the protective Glycosaminoglycan (GAG) layer
  • L Tryptophan – 8000 mg – is an amino acid and is the precursor to neurotransmitters serotonin and melatonin.
  • These play a role which may improve mood and relieve stress and anxiety.


Clinical signs of Idiopathic Cystitis (CIC) include: 

  • Signs of difficulty and pain when urinating (dysuria).
  • Complete obstruction to the urine outflow.
  • Increased frequency of urination (pollakiuria).
  • Behavioral change.
  • Blood in the urine (hematuria).
  • Loss of litter box training.
  • Urination outside litter box and urgency to urinate.
  • Aggression. 

What type of cats suffer from Idiopathic Cystitis: 

  • Feline Idiopathic Cystitis can affect cats of any age but mostly affects young to middle aged cats.
  • Persian and black & white domestic cats are predisposed.
  • Occurs equally in male & female cats
  • Over-weight cats.
  • Neutered cats are more susceptible.
  • Stress – moving house or travelling, weather changes, or when household routine is disrupted. 


Feeding Instructions:

Mix FURINAID PLUS well into the feed. Feed each cat individually. 

Feeding Instructions first 14 days:

6 ml per day. Feeding Instructions thereafter for maintenance: 4 ml per day. 

Small dogs upto 10 kgs

6 ml

Medium dogs from 10-25 kgs

8 ml

Large dogs 25-40 kgs

10 ml

Very Large Dogs over 40 kg

12 ml


Small dogs upto 10 kg

4 ml

Medium dogs from 10-25 kgs


Large dogs 25-40 kgs


Very Large Dogs over 40 kg

10 ml

The dosing pump attached to this container dispenses 2ml.

Presentation: 200 ml