Specially tailored dry food for adult cats aged 1-12 years, helping to reduce excess food intake and leave your cat feeling full, with a moderate fat content to help maintain an ideal weight.
Nowadays, being overweight is one of the most common problems experienced by our cats, with noticeable effects on health and quality of life. Carrying extra weight can slow your cat down and decrease its mobility, as well as increasing the risk of your cat developing potentially serious illnesses.
Is your cat begging for food?
Royal Canin Appetite Control Care is a dry cat food that has been created to help reduce the risk of weight gain
, which can be a common problem for many cats, particularly after sterilisation. An optimum combination of soluble and insoluble fibres help to promote an early full feeling
. Royal Canin Appetite Control Care also contains a moderate fat content and high protein content
, which can help with maintenance of an ideal weight and lean muscle mass.
Royal Canin Appetite Control Care at a glance:
- Balanced dry food for cats up to 12 years old
- Specially tailored recipe: takes into account the needs of sterilised cats
- Increased full feeling: thanks to an optimum combination of soluble and insoluble fibres
- Reduced energy intake: with tailored levels of fat and calories
- Proven results*: 90% of cat owners noted reduced levels of begging from their cat after 4 weeks of feeding (*internal Royal Canin study)
- Tailored kibble shape: easy to eat, encourages chewing and can improve oral and dental hygiene
- Long-lasting full feeling: appetite-reducing, filling and nutritious fibres
- Maintains muscle mass: thanks to a high protein content
- Highly digestible: with selected L.I.P. proteins
Royal Canin Appetite Control Care is a large-volume dry food
that can help to maximise your cat’s full feeling without needing to increase the amount of food given
. This food is also developed to contain tailored fat and calorie contents
First signs that your cat is carrying too much weight:
you should be able to feel your cat's ribs, covered by just a small amount of fat. If you can't, your cat may be overweight.
Look at your cat from above. You should be able to see a tucked-in waist. If you can't, your cat may be overweight.
Does your cat have a hanging layer of fat instead of clearly visible "abdominal tuck"? If so, your cat might be overweight.
Gently run your and down your cat's spine. you should be able to feel it under a little layer of fat. If you can't, your cat may be overweight.
If you have any concerns about your cat, or if it shows any of the following signs, it's time to visit your vet.
Transitioning to a new diet: