Royal Canin Feline Satiety Support is a dietetic food designed to facilitate weight loss in cats and keep them feeling fuller for longer.
How it works
This low-calorie food helps your cat get the nutrients they need during a weight loss regime. The low energy content means that your cat can lose weight even if they don’t exercise often. The formula is designed to keep cats from feeling hungry; the special blend of fibre keeps stomachs feeling fuller for longer. As well as stopping hunger pangs, this also reduces the chances of them searching for extra food to snack on. The food is high in protein to help maintain muscle mass, and has added nutrients to support joints (which might have been under pressure due to the excess weight). Added omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids keep coats healthy and shiny.
- low calorie to help weight loss
- fibre blend keeps cats feeling fuller for longer
- added nutrients compensate for lower energy content and offer joint support
- high protein maintains muscle mass
- contains omega-3 and omega-6 fats for a healthy coat
- full nutrition: generally no need to supplement with other food.
When to use it
Obesity in cats can cause problems from difficulty grooming to a shorter lifespan. To be classed as obese, your cat’s body weight will be 10-15% higher than the breed standard. An easy test you can do at home is stroking their side: you should be able to feel your cat’s ribs under a thin layer of fat. You should be able to see a waist when you look at them from above. If you can’t, your cat may be overweight.
Royal Canin Feline Satiety Support can often replace your cat’s normal meals until they reach their goal weight. Once there, you can maintain a healthy weight by reducing the number of treats you give them and by encouraging exercise. This could involve buying them a new climbing frame, or hiding their food around the house so that they have to ‘hunt’ for it.
Because veterinary diets are formulated for the nutritional support of pets with specific clinical conditions, we recommend that you only use them under professional advice. For more information on feeding Royal Canin Feline Satiety Support to your cat, please consult your veterinary surgeon.