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Royal Canin Obesity is a complete dietetic feed for cats formulated to reduce excessive body weight. This feed has a low energy density.
It is recommended that you seek a veterinarians opinion before use or before extending the period of use.
o High Protein - High protein content to help maintain muscle mass throughout the weight loss period.
o Nutrients Balance - Enriched with nutrients, vitamins and minerals to avoid deficiencies when calorie intake is restricted.
o Bone and Joint Health - Helps maintain healthy bones and joints.
o Essential Fatty Acids - An optimal level of fatty acids to maintain healthy skin and a shiny coat.
Royal Canin Feline Satiety and Obesity Management: Notes from our vet
It’s always tempting to give in to your cat’s daily demands for tasty treats, especially when they sit for hours meowing in-front of the food cupboard! But be careful, you could be making them ill. Gaining weight makes cats much more likely to suffer from a host of health problems including diabetes, arthritis, pancreatitis and cystitis.
Once your cat has put on a few pounds the last thing they will want to do is exercise, so it will be difficult for them to lose weight again.
If you are worried about your cat’s weight then you should speak to your vet. Changing their food can help.
Royal Canin Feline Obesity Management is a high protein feed designed to give your cat all the energy they need in small amounts so they will lose weight faster.
Royal Canin Feline Satiety is a special feed for very hungry cats who are struggling to lose weight. It’s made up of high fibre ingredients to help your pet feel full so they won’t pester you for food.
Both diets are packed with important vitamins and minerals as well as essential nutrients to keep your cat’s skin and joints healthy. Stiff joints are often a problem in overweight cats. By keeping their weight down you will reduce your cat’s chances of developing future health problems.
So be strong and don’t let your cat wrap you round their little paw. When they ask for food it doesn’t mean they are hungry. If you stop feeding them snacks they will soon get the message and stop that plaintive meowing.
Soon you will have your slim line, happy cat back again.