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Royal Canin Indoor Longhair

Royal Canin Indoor Longhair
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Royal Canin Indoor Longhair is a complete dry food tailored to meet the needs of the furriest of pets. How it works This complete dry food can be given to indoor longhaired cats aged... Read more

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Royal Canin Indoor Longhair is a complete dry food tailored to meet the needs of the furriest of pets.

How it works

This complete dry food can be given to indoor longhaired cats aged between 1 and 7 years old. Cats with longer hair are prone to hairballs, so this mix uses a combination of different fibres that help fur pass through the digestive system rather than sit in the stomach. It’s highly digestible, meaning your cat will be able to absorb all of the vitamins and minerals from every bite. 

Rich in quality proteins, this mix keeps your pet's coat looking glossy and in good condition and gives your them lots of energy to play.  Along with the tailored fibre content, these digestible proteins help to reduce your pet’s stool odour. Added nutrients maintain their urinary tract, which can be prone to infection as they get older. 

Key benefits

  • formulated for longhaired indoor cats
  • unique combination of fibre helps to reduce fur balls
  • made using highly-digestible proteins
  • protein keeps fur glossy and maintains energy levels
  • fibres aid digestive function
  • nutrients limit stool odour
  • helps maintain a healthy urinary tract

When to use it 

Cats naturally love to groom themselves, but this can lead to them having hairballs. A hairball is a build-up of fur that can’t pass through the gut and so is brought back up. They often look like mucus or vomit and can be very unpleasant for your pet (and you!). Feeding your cat a fibre-rich mix like Royal Canin can help these hairballs pass. 

Assist your pet in getting rid of loose fur by brushing them regularly. As the weather warms up your cat will start to shed their winter coat. In summer they might need extra help getting rid of excess fur that could otherwise be ingested. If you think your pet is struggling with hairballs, it's best to speak to your vet for advice.  


COMPOSITION: dehydratedpoultry protein, maize, vegetable protein isolate*, wheat, rice, hydrolysedanimal proteins, animal fats, vegetable fibres, soya oil, minerals, beet pulp,fish oil, yeasts, fructo-oligo-saccharides, psyllium husks and seeds, borage oil.ADDITIVES (per kg): Nutritional additives: Vitamin A: 23500 IU, VitaminD3: 900 IU, E1 (Iron): 45 mg, E2 (Iodine): 4.5 E4 (Copper):5 mg, E5 (Manganese): 59 mg, E6 (Zinc): 177 mg, E8 (Selenium):0.08 mg - Preservatives - Antioxidants. ANALYTICAL CONSTITUENTS:Protein: 35% - Fat content: 15% - Crude ash: 8% fibres: 4.1%.

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4.8 out of 5 20  Reviews

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  • Royal Canin longhair
    I have a longhair cat who is a fussy eater and has teeth problems. She loves this food and so far hair balls have reduced
    Michelle - March 13, 2018
  • All of my 6 cats of varying ages like this one.
    julie beckett - November 6, 2012
  • i have 2 longhaired cats who are always grooming themselves and have suffered with lots of hairballs.since they have been eating this product they haven't had a single one!makes their life better and mine.brilliant product.
    Anonymous August 9, 2012
  • I would not give anything else to my 2 babys ! My indoor Bengals have always had Royal Canin. After being sterilised I used the sterilised 37 food which they love. I tried indoor but they did not like it, I tried Fit but they started to put weight on so back to sterilised for the last year and they also finish the bowl. A large bag lasts at least 2 months, so 10 a month per cat is a bargain! And you know its the best you can get for your cat/s.
    Richard - November 29, 2011
  • My two cats are both indoor cats, one with long hair and one with short hair but dry skin and pads.
    For this reason I alternate between the Skin & Hair 33 and Indoor 27 varieties.
    The skin and hair makes a huge and visible difference - their coats are more glossy and easier to comb, it also helps with dry flaking skin and dandruff. The shape and texture of the biscuits is easy to maanage too - even for my elderly cat with no teeth! She doesn`t struggle to eat the biscuits at all and their roug
    Caroline Scott - October 31, 2011