Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Feline Sensitivity Control can be given to cats with sensitive tummies without triggering their allergies.
When to use it
Just like us, our pets can be allergic to certain foods and can get ill if they eat them. Have you noticed your cat being sick or getting diarrhoea a lot? Perhaps they've been scratching or losing fur, even when they've just been treated for fleas? If so, it's possible that they're suffering from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), a food intolerance, or an inflamed gut or bowel. To check out what's going on, it's important to make an appointment with your vet for a diagnosis so you can get your furry friend the right treatment.
You may well find that your vet recommends a change of diet for your cat – there's a good chance your pet won't need any further treatment.
- main ingredients are chicken and rice, which are both tasty and easy to digest
- omega-3 fatty acids are great for healthy skin
- gluten and lactose free
- contains fibre and vitamins for a healthy, comfortable tummy.
How it works
If your cat has a food allergy, it's most likely to be a lactose or gluten one. This food is therefore free from both and uses chicken and rice to give your pet the proteins and carbohydrates they need. As well as being delicious, these are super easy to digest, so they're perfect choices if your cat has a sensitive tummy.
To keep your cat's digestive system in tip-top condition, there are lots of healthy fibres and minerals in the food. These create an ideal environment in your cat's tummy for lots of healthy bacteria to grow.
One of the main jobs your cat's skin has is to act as a barrier to anything that might irritate them. If the skin's been damaged by allergic reactions, it might not be doing this as well as it should. To give it a boost, this food contains zinc and extra vitamins, which also reduce water loss and dehydration. Plenty of omega-3 fatty acids are great for your cat's skin and also help their fur stay soft and shiny.
Veterinary diets like this one have been specially made to support pets with specific medical conditions. Because of this, we'd recommend getting professional advice before feeding this food to your pet. If you think your cat could benefit from eating Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Feline Sensitivity Control, why not have a chat with your vet?
Chicken & Rice Pouch - Chicken liver, chicken meat, rice, rice protein, cellulose fibre, fish oil, sunflower oil, minerals, taurine, Fructo-Oligo-Saccharides
(FOS), DL-methionine, marigold extract (rich in lutein), trace elements (including chelated trace elements), vitamins.
|(g / day)||Pouch / day||(g / day)||Pouch / day||(g / day)||Pouch / day|
|3||215||2 1/4||170||1 3/4||-||-|
|4||285||2 3/4||225||2 1/4||185||1 3/4|
|5||355||3 1/2||280||2 3/4||230||2 1/4|
|6||430||4 1/4||335||3 1/4||275||2 3/4|
|8||-||-||450||4 1/2||365||3 3/4|
|10||-||-||560||5 1/2||460||4 1/2|
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Sachets have shrunk by 15%! Price remains the sameI have no choice but to buy this for my cat as he has severe GI issues and it's the only thing he can eat. A week ago I took him to the vet for a weigh in and weekly shots & found he'd lost weight (a big problem for him). I couldn't work out how, and then I checked the sachet size and discovered that I'm paying the 100g sachet price, but only getting 85g of product! So the poor boy's "half a sachet" meals had all shrunk! This is really unacceptable. I feel quite ripped off, and not knowing the sachets were smaller (you could at least tell us!) meant I unknowingly endangered my cats health.
Helps with sensitivity problemsI have been using this product for a few months now and it seems to have helped with my cat's problem, however I consider a 15% price hike excessive.
thought I'd give this product a try ,Glad I didWill continue to purchase this product, my fussy cat loves it
Royal Canin, sensitivity control chicken and riceYour product is doing my cat the world of good. Thankyou
Recommended by vet - really helped my catMy 10 year old cat suffers from reoccurring bouts of vomiting. My vets can not determine why (numerous tests). She also suffers from hair balls! Since being on this food for the last month, she has only thrown up once and that was after eating some grass! so far so good!!!