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Royal Canin Kitten in Gravy

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Wet food for young, growing cats in the 2nd growth phase (4-12 months), helping support healthy development and strengthen the immune system, offering essential energy and suitable for pregnant cats.
When your cat first arrives in the world, it has plenty of things to discover. Its mother's milk can help support a kitten in this phase, but from the 4th month of life your kitten enters the second phase of growth and development, when it will move away from mother's milk. This Royal Canin Kitten in Gravy has been developed to make the weaning process easier.



Your kitten is not yet a cat!
Kittens require specifically tailored nutrition.

Imagine we are talking about human beings - would you feed your baby the same diet as an adult? Of course not! Babies have a sensitive digestive system, small jaws and no teeth, so could not, for example, bite into an apple as an adult could. Comparisons such as this make it easier to understand why our young pets require a whole different kind of food from their adult counterparts.
With a few breed- and gender-specific different, cats up to 12 months need tailored diets in order to reach healthy adulthood. The Royal Canin Kitten range offers your kitten the perfect start, so you can choose the ideal combination of wet and dry food.

  • The time frame between when a mother cat's protection is no longer enough and your kitten's own immune system has not yet developed properly can cause an "immunological gap".
  • Chewing is also limited. Nutrients reach the stomach without being properly pre-digested by enzymes in the saliva.
  • Kittens need many small meals, sometimes eating 10-16 times per day.



Royal Canin Kitten in Gravy contains a nutrient profile in its recipe that instinctively appeals to kittens. It offers good flavour, smell and texture, ensuring long-term, instinctive acceptance of this high-quality nutrition. This wet food contains all essential nutrients to meet the high energy need of kittens. It is easy to chew thanks to small chunks in gravy, jelly or loaf.



Benefits of dry food: concentrated nutrients and a texture that cleans teeth and supports dental health.
Benefits of wet food: the high moisture content can reduce the risk of urinary tract problems and help maintain a healthy weight.

Ingredients

Ingredients:
Meat and animal by-products, grains, vegetable protein extracts, minerals, vegetable by-products, oils and fats, yeast, sugar.

Additives per kg:
Nutritional additives:
Vitamin D3 (175 IU), E1 [iron] (4mg), E2 [iodine] (0.36mg), E4 [copper] (2.8mg), E5 [manganese] (1.3mg), E6 [zinc] (13mg).


Analytical constituents

protein 12.0 %
fat 4.0 %
fibre 0.9 %
ash 1.8 %
moisture 78.0 %
protein 12.0 %
fat 4.0 %
fibre 0.9 %
ash 1.8 %
moisture 78.0 %

Feeding guide

Feeding recommendations:
Royal Canin Kitten in Gravy is a complete food for kittens up to 12 months.
Cat's age Cat's weight Pouches per day
4 months - 3
6 months - 3
9 - 12 months - 3
pregnant cats 3kg 2 1/2 - 3 1/2
pregnant cats 5kg 4 - 6


Daily amount where fed in combination with Royal Canin Kitten dry food:

Cat's age Cat's weight Daily serving
4 months - 1 pouch + 45g
6 months - 1 pouch + 45g
9 - 12 months - 1 pouch + 45g
pregnant cats 3kg 1 pouch + 30-60g
pregnant cats 5kg 1 pouch + 70-115g

Changing from one food to another should be done gradually so your cat's intestinal flora has sufficient time to adapt to a new food. Over 7 days, mix Royal Canin wet food in gradually increasing proportions into your cat's existing diet. This gradual adaptation lowers the risk of diarrhoea. Excessive food intake may also cause digestive problems.

Please note that these are guidelines only. Actual feeding amounts should be adjusted according to your cat's age, activity levels and circumstances. Monitor your cat's weight and adjust feeding amounts as required. Daily amounts should be offered spread over two portions a day. Fresh water should be provided at all times.

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