Royal Canin Fit
Royal Canin Fit
Royal Canin Fit 4KG
For the cat that goes outside and has an optimal body weight.
The cat that regularly goes outside, but is also regularly inside the house, has a moderate to normal activity level.
His energy needs are moderate and his natural resistance is put to the test.
The cat spends a lot of time on its care. He swallows hairs, but cannot always remove them from the digestive tract by natural cleansing with grass. Hairballs can therefore form in his digestive tract.
Royal Canin Fit 4kg is a complete pet food for cats.
Maintaining the ideal weight
This food is optimally balanced and consists of no less than 52 valuable nutrients. These nutrients perfectly meet the needs of a cat with a normal body weight that spends time outdoors.
Helps the cat to maintain its ideal body weight through an adjusted energy content.
Stimulates intestinal transit and helps prevent the formation of hairballs through an exclusive combination of fibers that promote the removal of the daily swallowed hair from the digestive tract.
Make sure the cat always has access to fresh water.
Composition: rice, maize, maize gluten, vegetable fibres, hydrolysed animal proteins, beet pulp, minerals, soya oil, fish oil, hydrolysed yeast (source of Manno-Oligo-Saccharides), Tagetes (African) extract (source of lutein), animal fats , dehydrated poultry protein, wheat, dehydrated pork protein*, wheat flour, yeast and parts thereof, psyllium husk and psyllium seeds *LIP: high-quality protein that is highly digestible.
Analytical Constituents: Crude Fat: 15.00 %, Crude Ash: 7.20 %, Crude Fiber: 4.60 %, Crude Protein: 32.00 %
Additives: Vitamin A: 13000.00 IU/kg, Vitamin D3: 700.00 IU/kg, E1 (iron): 35.00 mg/kg, E2 (iodine): 3.50 mg/kg, E4 (copper): 11.00 mg/kg, E5 ( manganese): 45.00 mg/kg, E6 (zinc): 136.00 mg/kg
Recommended daily amount of food in grams according to the manufacturer:
The amounts indicated are only guidelines and should be adjusted to the specific nutritional needs of the cat. Particular consideration should be given to age, activity level and environment.
If your cat's body weight exceeds normal weight, you should reduce the daily amount of food.