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Royal Canin Satiety Dry Food for Cats

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Manufacturer: Royal Canin

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Royal Canin Satiety Dry Food for Cats is a nutritionally balanced veterinary diet for cats with obesity, weight maintenance after weight loss and diabetes mellitus associated with obesity.

Made with a high protein content to help maintain lean muscle mass, and specific nutrients to support joints that may be under stress due to excess weight, Royal Canin Satiety Vet Diet has been made with a special blend of fibres that are designed to make your cat feel fuller quicker and for longer.

Key Benefits:

  • Satietogenic Effect: Special blend of fibres increase the volume of the stomach contents and promote satiety
  • Bone & Joint Health: Nutrients help support bones and joints placed under stress by excess body weight
  • High Protein: A high protein content helps maintain lean muscle mass
  • Nutrients Balance: Enriched with nutrients to compensate for the effect of energy restriction

Composition:
Dehydrated Poultry Protein, Vegetable Fibres, Tapioca, Wheat Gluten, Maize Gluten, Wheat Flour, Hydrolysed Animal Proteins, Animal Fats, Minerals, Chicory Pulp, Fish Oil, Psyllium Husks and Seeds, Hydrolysed Crustaceans (Source of Glucosamine), Marigold Extract (Source of Lutein), Hydrolysed Cartilage (Source of Chondroitin)

Nutritional Information:
Crude Ash: 8.3%. Crude Fibre: 13.9%. Crude Oil Fats: 9%. Moisture: 7%. Protein: 34%

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Carol Smith

I was recommended this product by my vet to help my two indoor cats loose weight but not be hungry. It does seem to give them good nutrition but the recommended portion size does not really seem to satisfy them so I am still on the lookout for a food that does both.