Royal Canin Veterinary Satiety Dry Food for Cats
Royal Canin Satiety Weight Management is formulated to assist overweight and obese cats to lose weight. It is also suitable for cats with diabetes or who are prone to weight gain.
As with humans, obesity is a growing issue for our pets. A survey conducted in the US in 2011 found that over half of all dogs and cats are currently overweight or obese. Although they may look cute and cuddly, overweight pets are at risk of many potential health problems and are likely to have reduced lifespans.
Health Problems Associated with Obesity in Pets:
- Heart disease
- Suppression of the immune system
- Breathing problems
- Skin problems
If you are concerned about your pets weight, ask your veterinarian for advice. They can calculate your pets ideal weight and work with you to formulate a feeding program to help them successfully lose weight and keep it off for life.
Royal Canin Satiety Weight Management is a low calorie, high fibre diet to assist your cat to lose weight. A special blend of fibres acts to physically fill the stomach and slow digestive transit time, helping your cat to feel full for longer and reduce begging between meals. Satiety also contains high levels of protein to decrease the loss of muscle during weight loss, increase palatability and help your cat to feel full. Added l-carnitine also helps to encourage your cats metabolism to burn fat and preserve lean muscle mass. Satiety is enriched with essential nutrients including vitamins and minerals to compensate for the energy restriction used during your cats weight loss program. It also contains essential fatty acids and trace elements like zinc and copper to help maintain a healthy skin and coat.
- Special blend of fibre to fill the stomach and help your cat to feel full
- L-carnitine and high protein to maintain lean muscle mass
- Restricted energy levels to aid weight loss
- Omega 3 & 6 fatty acids, zinc and copper for skin and coat health
Not recommended for pregnancy, lactation, and growth, or in chronic disease requiring an increased energy intake.