Royal Canin feed for active and domestic cats
All animals are different, of different temperament and level of activity, and when choosing a diet, these features must be taken into account so that the food supports the pet in excellent physical shape, strengthens vitality. Indeed, both the shortage of energy, protein and other substances, and their excess can lead to sad consequences and malfunctions in the body. Therefore, in this article we will tell you about the feed of the manufacturer Royal Canin (Royal Canin), specifically targeted to the needs of domestic and active cats.
In total, there are 10 diets in the line that satisfy the above condition. This is food for those living exclusively indoors, active and on the street, prone to overeating and overweight domestic cats, domestic cats with long hair. This includes food for sterilized cats and neutered cats of different ages. Of all the above feeds, I’d like to highlight three items that are the most popular among cat owners – Regular Fit 32, Indoor 27 Home Life and Regular Sterilised 37.
Royal Canin Regular Fit 32 dry food is intended for feeding adult active cats and cats that are on the street. Royal Canin Indoor 27 is for adult cats and cats living indoors, and Royal Canin Regular Sterilised 37 is for adult sterilized cats and neutered cats.
Active cat food Regular Fit 32 contains a fairly high amount of protein and the largest amount of fat. This is done so that the active cat does not lack energy, and muscle mass is maintained in good shape. Including the composition of this feed is enriched with omega fatty acids, taurine, lutein and prebiotics. The presence of these additives in the composition positively affects the general well-being of the animal, improves the digestive system, heart, and organs of vision, and strengthens the immune system. And yet, thanks to Omega-3 and 6, the skin and coat look well-groomed.
Indoor 27 Indoor Cat Food contains moderate amounts of protein and fat so that your pet’s weight remains normal and internal organs do not experience excessive stress from excess protein. Nutrition is also enriched with omega acids and FOS prebiotics.
Sterilised 37 cat food, when compared with these diets, contains the highest amount of protein and the lowest amount of fat. Such a balance of these substances is most optimal for sterilized / castrated animals, due to the physiology of predisposed to gain weight. The vitamin and mineral composition of the feed is also balanced, and important amino acids, prebiotics, omega fatty acids and taurine are also included in the composition. Such nutrition will support the urinary system in a healthy state, normalize urine pH, prevent the appearance of urinary stones and allergic skin rashes, and improve liver function.
I would also like to add that in all the above diets, the composition contains grain, but with a high degree of digestibility. Such a grain is less likely to provoke an allergy in the animal and at the same time will become a good additional source of protein, energy and dietary fiber.