Royal Canin Appetite Control Adult Wet Cat Food in Gravy
Today, obesity is the most common nutritional problem in cats, and the impact on a cat’s health and quality of life is serious. Extra weight limits a cat's speed and agility, but it also increases their risk of developing potentially serious diseases. It can be a challenge to keep your cat lean and light on its paws.
Royal Canin takes the health of your pet seriously. Appetite Control Care is a complete feeding range for cats at risk of gaining weight, for example after sterilisation. It includes one kibble formula and a choice of three wet formulas. In a Royal Canin Internal study, over 90% of cat owners feeding Appetite Control Care reported that their cat's begging behaviour was controlled after 4 weeks of use.
Appetite Changes After Sterilisation
After neutering, the cat's spontaneous food intake increase. Because cats are hungrier, they can become demanding. 56% of cat owners reporting that their cat begs for more food.*
* Source: Ipsos Satiety Study 2014
Metabolic Changes After Sterilisation
After sterilisation, the level of activity can reduce by about 50%**. Neutering may also result in a decreased metabolic rate.
** Belsito et al, 2009
Increased Feeling Of Fullness
An optimal combination of soluble and insoluble dietary fibers reduces voluntary energy intake while helping your cat feel full and satisfied.
Reduced Energy Intake
Appetite Control Care is designed with adapted levels of dietary fat and calories.
Controlled Begging Behaviour
90% of cat owners feeding Appetite Control Care reported that their cat's begging behaviour was controlled after 4 weeks of use.
A Healthy Portion Is Smaller Than You Think
Are you monitoring your pet's portions? Knowing how much food your pet needs per day is key maintaining her overall health.
Play Like Their Health Depends On It
Playtime is key to keeping your pet stimulated and active, which helps maintain his or her healthy weight.