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Royal Canin Protein Exigent Dry Adult Cat Food

Royal Canin Protein Exigent Dry Adult Cat Food
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This Royal Canin recipe is perfect for cats that have fussy appetites and might refuse to eat the food you give them. This recipe also contains a high protein content which cats naturally... Read more

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This Royal Canin recipe is perfect for cats that have fussy appetites and might refuse to eat the food you give them. This recipe also contains a high protein content which cats naturally prefer, it will therefore be irresistible

Some fussy cats are more attracted to food that contains high dietary protein levels. Royal Canin Protein Exigent has the ideal balance of protein, carbohydrate, and fat to encourage and satisfy even the fussiest cats.

This special formula contains enough protein to ensure your cat maintains an ideal weight with its special energy content. There is also a high L.I.P protein which is included for its very high digestibility.

This special blend also helps to support a healthy urinary system due to it high content of minerals and vitamins.

Product Benefits

  • Specially for the fussiest of cats
  • High protein level
  • Helps to maintain an ideal weight
  • Extensive quality control process in order to guarantee the optimum quality of food
  • Supports your cats urinary system

Ingredients

Feeding Guide

Dosage

Recommended daily quantities (g/day):

 

Cat´s weight (kg)

2 kg

3 kg

4 kg

5 kg

6 kg

7 kg

8 kg

9 kg

10 kg

Lean

40g

4/8 cup

60g

6/8 cup

75g

7/8 cup

95g

1+1/8 cup

115g

1+3/8 cup

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Normal

30g

3/8 cup

45g

4/8 cup

60g

6/8 cup

75g

7/8 cup

95g

1+1/8 cup

110g

1+2/8 cup

125g

1+4/8 cup

140g

1+5/8 cup

155g

1+7/8 cup

Overweight

-

-

-

-

45g

4/8 cup

60g

6/8 cup

70g

7/8 cup

80g

1 cup

95g

1+1/8 cup

105g

1+2/8 cup

115g

1+3/8 cup


Water should be available at all times

We remind you of the necessity of watching your cat's body condition, and regular visits to your veterinary

Click here to check your cat's body condition

Customer reviews

4.7 out of 5 6  Reviews

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  • Yum yum!
    My rather fussy cat, George loves this food. Previous to finding this, he would only eat Go Cat, and only one flavour of that but I wanted him to have a better quality food. We tried several which he didn't like. Fortunately, he loves this. I highly recommend it.
    Anna Martin - November 15, 2016
  • All of my 6 cats of varying ages like this one.
    julie beckett - November 6, 2012
  • Our cat didn`t like this one as much as Royal Canin Feline Exigent Savour Sensation. I believe the main reason is the size of the pieces. They are quite large triangles and only one shape.
    Zara - March 6, 2012
  • I would not give anything else to my 2 babys ! My indoor Bengals have always had Royal Canin. After being sterilised I used the sterilised 37 food which they love. I tried indoor but they did not like it, I tried Fit but they started to put weight on so back to sterilised for the last year and they also finish the bowl. A large bag lasts at least 2 months, so 10 a month per cat is a bargain! And you know its the best you can get for your cat/s.
    Richard - November 29, 2011
  • My two cats are both indoor cats, one with long hair and one with short hair but dry skin and pads.
    For this reason I alternate between the Skin & Hair 33 and Indoor 27 varieties.
    The skin and hair makes a huge and visible difference - their coats are more glossy and easier to comb, it also helps with dry flaking skin and dandruff. The shape and texture of the biscuits is easy to maanage too - even for my elderly cat with no teeth! She doesn`t struggle to eat the biscuits at all and their roug
    Caroline Scott - October 31, 2011