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Royal Canin Sensitivity Control Dry Food for Cats

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Manufacturer: Royal Canin

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Royal Canin Sensitivity Control Dry Food for Cats is a carefully balanced hypoallergenic veterinary diet for cats with Adverse Food Reaction (AFR), food allergies or food/ingredient intolerance.

Made with a carefully selected source of hydrolysed proteins that have been chosen to help reduce the risk of your cat having an allergic reaction, Royal Canin Sensitivity Vet Diet contains a balance of nutrients and fatty acids that will promote a healthy digestive system by cultivating the good bacteria in your cat’s system.

Royal Canin Sensitivity also contains high amounts of biotin, niacin and zinc to help strengthen your cat’s natural skin barrier and help protect them from external irritants.

Key Benefits:

  • Selected Protein: Duck & Rice are the only sources of protein and carbohydrate in this diet as they are rarely involved in food allergy
  • EPA/DHA: Helps modulate skin reactions and contribute to the intestinal mucosal integrity
  • Skin Barrier: Helps reduce trans-epidermal water loss and strengthens the barrier effect of the skin
  • Digestive Security: Contains a combination of highly digestible proteins, prebiotics, beet pulp, rice and fish oil to ensure maximum digestive security

Composition:
Rice, Dehydrated Duck Protein, Vegetable Fibres, Hydrolysed Poultry Proteins, Animal Fats, Minerals, Fish Oil, Soya Oil, Marigold Extract (Source of Lutein)

Nutritional Information:
Crude Ash: 8.8%. Crude Fibre: 6%. Crude Oil Fats: 11%. Moisture: 5.5%. Protein: 27%

Reviews Overall rating: (4.1 of 5)

5 stars: (4)
4 stars: (1)
3 stars: (1)
2 stars: (1)
1 stars: (0)


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Cassandra Martin

My 7 year old cat Opium suddenly started scratching, and biting at her paws, and seemed to be in pain about an hour after eating. I changed her diet to Royal Canin Sensitivity Control, Royal Canin Hypoallergenic and freshly cooked chicken breast. Brilliant foods with amazing results, no more pain or scratching/biting, a very happy fussy cat.

Esther Johnson

I bought this food on a recommendation from a friend as my cat, who was a stray seems to get sickness quite a lot. He was on antibiotics for it which gave him diahroea, but even now he is off the medication he still gets diahroea. This food has probably helped with that to a certain degree but it would be great if I could find something that stopped the diahroea properly. He loves it though...nearly bites my hand off for it !!

Brenda Anderson

I have found the new formula to be just as good as the old one, and just as acceptable to my cat. So no problems with the change at all for us. My only concern would be if the duck is more fatty than the blue whiting, which might not be so good from a pancreatic point of view, but I cannot base this opinion on fact.

Dawn O'connor

Fantastic product for sensitive feline belly - my ginger kitten, Bobby, now 1 year old, has been on this product since he was 12 weeks old (as recommended by the vet) and has never been better. I only give a small portion as he absolutely loves it. Don't bother with anything else your just wasting money. This is one of a very few websites providing this product at a more reasonable price than vets charge - well done VetUK

Tanya Bishop

I was really worried about giving my cat (with dietary sensitivity issues)this food when the flavour changed. However, we have had no problems and he still enjoys it.

Joanne Whittle

I've had my Cat on this for quite some time and she has always seemed fine and always liked it. In response to the previous post, since the change in recipe she isn't quite so interested and has gone off her food slightly. Although she hasn't been ill (that i have witnessed) and is still eating her wet food daily. The wet food i have her on (at the vets recommendation) is the Hills I/D tins. Therefore after noticing the change in her and reading your post I am going to order some of the Hills I/D biscuit to see if that suits her any better or helps her to eat more. In a few weeks i'll re-review to say whether the Hills I/D may/may not be better suited.