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Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Cat Food Sensitivity Control 3.5 Kg (Duck)
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- Includes a limited number of proteins to reduce the risk of allergies.
- Contans fatty acids to help maintain healthy digestiuon and skin.
- Contains nutrients which help to support a balanced digestive system.
- Incorporates a patented complex designed to support the barrier effect of the skin.
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Royal Canine Duck Sensitivity Control is a complete dry dietetic feed for cats which is formulated specifically to reduce ingredient and nutrient intolerances in adult cats who suffer from sensitive digestion.
COMPOSITION: rice, dehydrated duck meat, vegetable fibres, hydrolysed poultry proteins, animal fats, rice gluten, minerals, fish oil, soya oil, marigold extract (source of lutein). ADDITIVES (per kg): Nutritional additives: Vitamin A: 24900 IU, Vitamin D3:800 IU, E1 (Iron): 40 mg, E2 (Iodine): 2.8 mg, E4 (Copper): 9 mg, E5 (Manganese):54 mg, E6 (Zinc): 202 mg, E8 (Selenium): 0.1 mg - Preservatives - Antioxidants. ANALYTICAL CONSTITUENTS: Protein: 27% - Fat content: 11% - Crude ash: 9% - Crude fibres: 6% - Per kg: EPA/DHA: 3.5 g - Essential fatty acids: 34.4 g.See all Product Description
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Up until now, myself and my partner have had to deal with, well things you don't want to deal with. I suggest if you are about to tuck into a nice roast dinner, with gravy all over it, you stop reading this, as the dark brown liquid consistency of gravy is well, quite relevant to what his problem was like.
When we picked him up from the animal shelter, they said at first he might be a little sloppier then normal. Quite common we were told due to the stress of being moved to a new home. So with pinching of noses, plenty of anti bacterial wipes and nappy sacks we did our duty.
Weeks passed, and no major improvement...
So we did all the normal things, we tried different foods, wet cat food, dry biscuits, different brands of biscuit, denying him of any form of cat treat, or the accidental/intentional meat droppage from the dinner table on a Sunday afternoon. None of which were a major improvement and regularly we were faced with that horrible job in his, and sometimes around, his litter tray.
It's amazing how intelligent a cat can be, in terms of knowing when you are going out for the day or to work, and hiding from being put outside. So most mornings we had the regular coaxing with treats to trick the cat out, or sometimes the use of the more physical approach of grabbing the poor animal, and carrying him out under the most stringent of protests. Alas though, often the cat would outsmart us, and find a hiding place that would out-fox even a police sniffer dog.Read more ›
I use this for all three cats, even though the other two dont have digestive problems, it is safe for all cats to eat and has all the nutrients you need for your cat with hardly any preservatives/added rubbish.
have tried everything including just plain chicken breast and boiled rice to no avail.
on these biscuits they are absolutely fine though so couldn't recommend them highly enough, they obviously taste good and really do the trick
also a lot less pricey buying them here in bulk than from the vet's!
Both being domestic short hairs, I was surprised to see in the mother of my two cats that although her coat (like her kitten) has improved dramatically and is SO shiny and water-repellent, that she has developed dandruff - though she does not itch!
May just be an individual reaction, as the other cat does not have it, though it was brought on by eating this product.
The Royal Canin Sensitivity food has solved all of our problems (and the cats too)!
I would definitely recommend talking to your vet about any change in diet particularly to a specialist diet such as this but most are happy for you to give it a go. Just make sure you wean your cat onto it gradually if possible. I also checked with my vet every so often to make sure if he was okay to carry on with them. His tummy is so good now that he's slowly switching to Royal Canin Sensible which is like the non veterinary diet version of this.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Sadly it didn't agree with my cat :-( lots and lots of sick, gastreo works better but such an expensive fail!Published 2 months ago by Holly
My cat was recommended this by the vet as she was being sick a lot, I paid just under £19 for half this bag at the vets, so I would say this is good value. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Isabel Bigelow
It's the only food my cat can have (she has irritable bowel desease), it is always delivered next day. Can't ask for much more than that!Published 5 months ago by Laura
Wonderful for my cat. His coat has improved 100%. Does him so much good.Published 5 months ago by mrs c weatherley
My cat has a sensitive digestive system, if she eats the "wrong" thing the resulting aroma could be used in toxic warfare. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Raven