Royal Canin Indoor 7+

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Complete dry cat food for senior indoor cats over the age of 7 years, to support vitality and slow cell ageing, with a high protein content to promote beautiful coat and healthy kidney function....further information
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Royal Canin Indoor 7+
Royal Canin Indoor 7+
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Royal Canin Indoor 7+
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Royal Canin Indoor 7+
Royal Canin Indoor 7+
Royal Canin Indoor 7+
Royal Canin Indoor 7+
Royal Canin Indoor 7+
Royal Canin Indoor 7+
Royal Canin Indoor 7+
Royal Canin Indoor 7+
Royal Canin Indoor 7+
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Product description

Complete dry cat food for senior indoor cats over the age of 7 years, to support vitality and slow cell ageing, with a high protein content to promote beautiful coat and healthy kidney function.

Cats that spend the majority of their time indoors require specially adapted nutrition. The is particularly true of those showing the first signs of ageing.
Royal Canin Indoor 7+ Cat has been developed with an exclusive vitality complex. This particular combination of vitamins E and C, can help slow the ageing process and support your cat's vitality.
This Royal Canin Indoor 7+ Cat also contains highly-digestible L.I.P. proteins, which can reduce stool odour as well as decreasing stool volume. The optimised mineral content can promote a healthy urinary tract, as well as supporting healthy kidney function with a reduced phosphorus and sodium content.

Royal Canin Indoor 7+ Cat at a glance:

  • Balanced dry food for cats over 7 years old, living primarily indoors
 
Promotes a healthy cat life
This dry food has been exclusively developed for indoor cats over the age of 7 years, helping maintain vitality and health.
Specially adapted kibble shape
The kibble contains sodium polyphosphate to bind calcium in the saliva, combating tartar and supporting overall oral and dental hygiene.
 
  • Vital complex: vitamin C, EPA and DHA can help to slow the ageing process and support vitality
  • Healthy bones & joints: thanks to essential omega-3 fatty acids, glucosamine and chondroitin
  • Reduces stool odour and volume: thanks to highly-digestible L.I.P. proteins
  • Adapted mineral content: can support healthy urinary function
  • Optimum calorie supply: adapted to the less-active lifestyle of an indoor cat
  • Supports kidney health: with a reduced phosphorus and sodium content
  • High protein content: can promote beautiful, glossy fur
  • Stimulates digestion: allows swallowed hairs to move easily through the system

 


Royal Canin Quality Guarantee
All Royal Canin products undergo strict quality controls, in order to ensure your cat receives a premium quality food adapted to meet its individual nutritional needs and specific lifestyle. This means that Royal Canin offers your cat high-quality, balanced nutrition.

Mixed feeding - cleverly combined: the combination of wet and dry food takes on the positive aspects of each type of food. Wet food is particularly delicious for cats, offering vital nutrients and helping promote a high fluid intake for healthy kidneys and urinary tract. A single 100g pouch of wet food can meet half of your cat's daily fluid needs! Dry food satisfies natural feline behaviour, allowing it to eat small portions throughout the day. It helps support dental and gum health, as well as containing a high concentration of nutrients such as protein and fibre. Numerous studies have shown that feeding your cat a combination of wet and dry food can support your cat's nature and its health!

 

Ingredients

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Ingredients:
Corn, dehydrated poultry proteins, barley, corn flour, wheat, hydrolysed animal proteins, animal fats, wheat gluten*, corn gluten, beet pulp, vegetable fibres, minerals, soya oil, yeast products, fish oil, fructo-oligosaccharides, psyllium husks and seeds, glucosamine from fermentation, marigold meal, hydrolysed cartilage (source of chondroitin).
*L.I.P.: protein selected for its very high digestibility.

Additives per kg:
Nutritional additives:
Vitamin A (24400 IU), vitamin D3 (934 IU), vitamin C (310mg), iron (35mg), iodine (3.6mg), copper (11mg), manganese (46mg), zinc (146mg), selenium (0.06mg)
Technological additives:
Clinoptilolite of sedimentary origin (5g).
Zootechnical additives:
Ammonium chloride (5g).
Preservatives:
Antioxidants.

Analytical constituents

protein26.5 %
fat13.0 %
fibre3.4 %
ash7.2 %
phosphorus0.7 %
DHA fatty acid0.4 mg

Feeding guide

Manufacturer's Feeding Recommendation in g/day:

Royal Canin Indoor 7+ is a complete food for cats.

Cat's weight Ideal weight Overweight
3kg 45g 36g
4kg 55g 44g
5kg 65g 52g
6kg 73g 59g

The amounts stated here are guidelines only and should be adapted to meet your cat's specific dietary needs. Age, activity levels and environment should be particularly taken into consideration.
If your cat becomes overweight, the daily portion should be reduced in size.

Reviews

Royal Canin Indoor 7+
: 4/5
Overall Rating (13)
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13/01/24|Carla
: 5/5
Our cats do really well on this
When we moved to Qatar, we had to switch our cats fav food from hills science plan to this. First food (@9 yrs old and always indoor cats) they have taken to and thrived on. Notoriously fussy, they liked this, maintained good weight, glossy coats and healthy teeth. Stools normal and healthy. Have been using for 3 years.
04/10/23|Tabea
: 1/5
Save yourself a mess and vet bill
Both my cats have been extremely poorly from both ends on this kibble. We will be going back to buying James Wellbeloved.
18/08/21
: 1/5
Made my cat very sick
Bought this for my 9-year-omd cat, and it caused vomitting and diarrhea.
15/03/20
: 5/5
Mr Tom seems happy :-)
Mr Tom is an FIV+ cat who came to us from a rescue centre where he'd been having Purina. Vet recommended he switch to this.He switched with no problems and seems to be thriving on it.
01/01/20
: 1/5
Upsets my cat’s stomach
Causes diarrhoea
01/12/19
: 1/5
Didn’t work for my cats
My two 12 year old cats have been on Royal Canin Light for years. Changed to this food given their age and they loved it. Unfortunately it caused very loose, yellow, smelly stools. Sought advice and swapped to grain free brand and stools went back to normal within a couple of days. They eat far less of the grain free food and produce far less faeces so won’t be going back to Royal Canin.
07/03/19|Martin
: 5/5
Amazing! Given my cat a new lease of life!
Love this! My cat eats as little or as much as he needs and doesn't usually overeat. I used to give him IAMS Senior, however the smell of it used to really put me off. So fishy! Since changing to Royal Canin Indoor 7+, my cat has lost some winter weight, has more energy, racing around the home and even has become more playful and loving. He loves the little biscuits, they're lighter than IAMS & even his litter box smells better. Wish I'd moved to Royal Canin sooner.
10/07/13
: 5/5
very easy to digest
I've stuck with this food ever since we tried it out. Since then we've also used Royal Canin Siamese food since one of them is a Siamese, and I want the best for my cats. Since we started with Indoor +7, I've noticed more empty bowls and nicer fur. My cats have never ever had issues with diarrhea but they have suffered from some constipation. One of the cats is 9 years old and the other is 6. I am very satisfied and will never switch to any other foods. If my cats are happy, then so am I.
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07/04/13
: 2/5
Allergy to corn
When I adopted my senior cat, the shelter advised me to feed him Purina/Felix until he settles before switching his food. As I don't buy Nestlé products for political reasons, I transitioned my cat on to Royal Canin Indoor +7. I initially bought it from Pets at Home but then found a much better deal online here. At first I was happy with it but my cat developed an intolerance to it, aided by dry cat snacks like Whiskas Dentabits/hairball etc. I couldn't work out why my cat had consistently loose stools and after much internet research I got the impression that an entirely wet food diet is much better. I had intended to use up my 3.5kg bag of Indoor +7 and then make the change but then I read somewhere that cats can be intolerant to corn, which features numerous times in the ingredients list for this dry food. I immediately stopped using it as well as all corn based snacks and the difference has been remarkable. I now feed Bozita which works out the same price as Whiskas pouches from the supermarket. My cat's stools are now brilliant. After months of following him into the room to check and clean his bum (he has long fur which accumulates a lot of dingleberries) and even having to pin him down and shave him, this makes such a difference to both of our lives. He no longer drinks water from his bowl at all yet he urinates at least 3 times a day and poops just once, whereas before it was the other way around. He poops way less because he is able to utilise the food properly and does not need to constantly eject all the filler rubbish. Whilst I'm sure this particular type of dry food is good in comparison to some, I will never feed my cat or any future cat dry food again. It's just not worth the convenience or risk.
26/05/12|Claire
: 5/5
Best service imaginable
Once again fantastic service from Zooplus. I was very impressed with how quickly my order arrived. The item was packaged so well and neat and tidy. The bag I ordered (1.5kg) is a lot bigger than I thought it would be. I mixed the Royal Canin biscuits with Peanut's regular biscuits (a different brand) to allow for adjustment. Peanut however eat all the Royal Canin biscuits and left the old ones in the bowl!! She actually must've maneuvered her mouth around the bowl to dig out her new kibbles :-) I worried she wouldn't like them too, how wrong was I? The biscuits are a nice, easy to eat size and the bag is resealable. Very very happy customer, once again. Highly recommend Zooplus.
09/07/11
: 5/5
Royal Canin Indoor Mature
I have had cats for nearly 50 years and also rescued cats for over 10. On recommendation of Royal Canin dry food I was surprised my 3 house cats 16,17 and 18 plus look as young as ever, friends can't believe how youthful they look. It is only their natural tendency to sleep that gives away their age! I was surprised 2/3 constantly ate it over the last couple of years as after going off their regular food, I had difficulty finding something they would eat.
21/06/11|Graham Briggs
: 5/5
Now called Indoor +7
My cat thoroughly enjoys eating this cat food, so it can't be a bad thing. A note: It appears that Royal Canin are rebranding their product line, and the former "Indoor Mature 27" for cats over 10 is now sold as "Indoor +7" for cats over 7, with a new product called "Ageing +12" for those of us with older cats.
13/06/11|Sarah Jefferies
: 5/5
Handsome old devil scoffs the lot!
I ordered this for my childhood cat whom still lives at home, he has a mixed diet of both wet and dry food, however has always been a slightly large cat: panther like!! He has loved purina, devoured applaws but it is this that he now favours. I have used Royal Canin for my own two for a number of years now and it is a very good quality food. What I will say is Parsleys coat looks immaculate since he has been on this particular food, he looks handsome, glossy, shiny and is very happy. Well worth a go of the smaller bag if your kittys are getting on that little bit and do not venture out the same as they used too!!!