Royal Canin Sensitivity Control Adult Wet Cat Food
Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Feline Sensitivity Control is designed to give your sensitive cat all his or her nutritional needs while excluding common allergens.
How it works
Lactose and gluten are two of the most common allergies experienced by our pets. With this in mind, the food is free from both, greatly decreasing the chance of your pet suffering a reaction. Carefully selected protein and carbohydrate sources, including chicken and rice, also make this recipe easy to digest for cats with sensitive stomachs. This allows your cat to get all the nutrition he or she needs while reducing the risk of triggering an allergic reaction. By removing most allergens, it also lets you test specific food groups to discover what it is that's making your cat unwell.
The food also works to keep the digestive system in the best possible condition. The ingredients are fortified with zinc and extra vitamins to support the skin’s barrier effect, reducing water loss. Along with omega-3 fatty acids, these also help to protect both the skin and intestine. A high amount of fermentable fibre and minerals, such as beet pulp and zeolite, makes sure your cat’s gut contains plenty of healthy bacteria.
- principal ingredients of chicken and rice are easily digested sources of protein
- omega-3 fatty acids help maintain healthy skin
- gluten and lactose-free contains fibre and vitamins to promote a healthy gut.
When to use it
Just like us, some cats are either born with or develop sensitivities and intolerances to certain types of food, which can cause them a range of issues. You might notice that your cat is suffering from vomiting or diarrhoea on a regular basis, or that he or she is scratching and even losing fur despite regular flea treatments. Some of the likely causes of these symptoms could be irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), food intolerance or inflammation in the gut or bowel. As with any new symptoms, it's important to visit the vet as soon as possible in case your cat needs medication or other treatment.
Luckily, many conditions which cause digestive symptoms can be treated effectively through a simple change to your cat's diet, turning them back into their contented and healthy self in only a short space of time.
Because veterinary diets are formulated for the nutritional support of pets with specific clinical conditions, we recommend that you only use them under professional advice. For more information on feeding Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Feline Sensitivity Control to your cat, please consult your veterinary surgeon.
Ingredients composition: meat and animal derivatives (chicken 34%), cereals (rice 6%), oils and fats, minerals, derivatives of vegetable origin, various sugars.
Additives (per kg): nutritional additives: vitamin d3: 370 iu, e1 (iron): 7 mg, e2 (iodine): 0.5 mg, e4 (copper): 3 mg, e5 (manganese): 2 mg, e6 (zinc): 21 mg - technological additives: pentasodium triphosphate: 3 g, calcium sulphate: 2.8 g, cassia gum: 3 g.
Analytical constituents: protein: 8% - fat content: 5.5% - crude ash: 2.2% - crude fibres: 0.5% - moisture: 78% - essential fatty acids: 1.3% - epa/dha: 0.25%.
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|3||215||2 1/4||170||1 3/4||-||-|
|4||285||2 3/4||225||2 1/4||185||1 3/4|
|5||355||3 1/2||280||2 3/4||230||2 1/4|
|6||430||4 1/4||335||3 1/4||275||2 3/4|
|8||-||-||450||4 1/2||365||3 3/4|
|10||-||-||560||5 1/2||460||4 1/2|
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Lily and FranklinBoth cats love this food. They like other flavours always Royal Canin but always return to this flavour with enthusiasm
DollyDolly has Royal canin sensitivity cat food. It suites her well along with her steroid tablets every so often Very happy cat
Cat's WhiskersAn elderly Maine Coon lives off and love this. Good for a cat with a sensitive stomach
Chicken and rice sensitivity control wet food.Dexter been on this food for four or more years. Sorted out his digestive problem. Loves it,eats nothing else.
No other foodI have a 17.5yr old British tipped who has had many illnesses from the age of 2yrs old and this is the only food that suits him although given the chance he would eat any food??? but I swear by it and he loves it.