Royal Canin Feline Breed Nutrition

RC Feline Breed

ROYAL CANIN believes that every cat is unique. They research breed-specific characteristics and combine scientific as well as nutritional research from their network of experts to ensure a specially adapted diet for your cat. From facial and jaw structure to skin and coat type, they consider every detail to adapt the diet to the individual characteristics of each cat breed.

Maine Coon

The Maine Coon is the largest domestic cat in the world and its impressive stature is complemented by a thoroughly amiable personality. Due to its strong bone structure and muscular body, this breed can weigh three times as much as the average domestic cat. With such a body size and bone structure, it is important to pay special attention to the cat's joint health. ROYAL CANIN Maine Coon Adult is specially adapted to the needs of this cat breed.

The special food ROYAL CANIN Maine Coon Adult is enriched with taurine, EPA and DHA (omega-3 fatty acids), which help to support and maintain heart function.  


The Persian cat has the longest and densest coat of all cat breeds. This means that it usually needs to consume more nutrients in its food to support skin health than other cat breeds

That's why ROYAL CANIN Persian Adult cat food contains an exclusive nutrient complex that supports the skin's barrier function and therefore the health of the skin and coat.  

British Shorthair

  • Muscle tone
  • Urinary health
  • Support of heart function
  • Healthy bones and joints


  • Digestive health
  • Urinary tract health
  • Healthy, shiny coat
  • Athletic physique


  • Healthy skin and beautiful coat
  • Urinary tract health
  • Healthy bones and joints
  • Support of heart function

Royal Canin Feline Breed Wet