diabetic cat food
I was advised by my vet to feed my cat this product. I ordered it from the website and was pleased with both the price and the speed of the delivery. I will definitely re-order again soon.
My cat been on this for just over a month, she likes it just wish they did more varieties. Although it's not brought her levels down as of yet I'm assuming we still need to get her insulin figured out yet.
we tried lots of brands when our diabetic cat went off his food. our vet recommended royal canin saying most cats love this, she was right. all our cats loved it. Very generous portion size in each pouch, more costly than other brands but it is quality food if your budget allows. if not, there are other good brands out there, we had to try lots to get our cat eating again, now he is healthy, still diabetic, but stable.
FORMULA CHANGED SMALLER SIZE
Older reviews are for product that was of better quality than new version They added more fat and God knows what else they changed, my cat doesn't want to eat it, makes him sick Size of packaging was Reduced significantly, but they didn't lower the price It was already an expensive product and now it has been spoiled by adding more cheap fat and reducing the size Looks like Royal Canin is desperate for more profit. Shame, as this food has been ruined, and my cats health deteriorated as B.Thanks
Cats will eat it then throw it up
Don't waste your money
tasty diabetic food
Both of my elderly cats are diabetic and they really enjoy these pouches. In fact one of them is not on insulin at present.
Royal Diabetic - nice food, good blood sugar levels
My cat's blood sugar is much better since she's been eating this food. There are even days when I don't have to inject her. I really recommend this!
My really picky 13 year old cat was diagnosed with Pancreatitis last year. He had a really tough time getting well and lost more than a kilo. This food is a god send and has been keeping his flare ups to a minimum - amazing food would highly recommend.
Agrees with my cat
My cat likes eating this food and it agrees with her (no more diarrhoea since we changed her to this), so I'd recommend it.
For post operative recovery
Following a major operation, my veterinary surgeon gave me a pack of 4 pouches of Royal Canin Veterinary Diet - Gastro Intestinal to feed my cat whilst she recovers. She is elderly and weighs just 3.2 kgs. The recommended feeding amount for this weight is 2.25 pouches per day and it is recommended that she continues with this diet for 2 - 3 weeks. My little one loves it and it's so heartening to see her enjoying her food. THANK YOU Zooplus for making it available.
Archie likes your food,please bring in Beef or another flavour? Other sites do have more choice other than Chicken!
gentle for digestion challenged cats
my cat was diagnosed with pancreatitis. With pain management and this magical food he has returned to nearly his normal self. Highly recommend
my cat fred was being sick every few days, started this food on vets advice 2 weeks ago, the sickness has stoped, so pleased and he loves it, hope it might also help his skin problems in time as well,
If only It was rabbit or beef flavour my cat might like it better. He's so much better in this than on his iams and meat. Since the vet put him on it he's doing so much better. His coat is all fluffy and smooth again (not a shiny or silky furred cat) he no longer gets uti after uti and he is a much happier cat. Even though it takes him 4sittings to eat the stuff!
that Royal Canin had its diabetic food in pouches. My cat really likes it and throws herself at it when I put it down. The food has a really great consistency and clearly a tasty sauce too. It smells nice to me too.