My cat was recently diagnosed with CKD. Prior to this Toby lost a lot of weight and in the last couple of months eat very little. The vet initially advised a renal diet, I've tried some and he'll just eat the odd bite. For now it's been more important getting him to eat as he's very bony and I've found he'll eat Felix AGAIL. My vet has suggested I look for a good quality food to which I can add a binder and one which may contain lower levels of phosphorus, but I'm lost - can anyone give me any suggestions - wet has been more popular than dry in recent months. He loves milk and chicken, but I haven't given these to him since being diagnosed. I guess these are high in protein, but could be high in phosphorus - does anyone know?