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Royal Canin Adult Fit & Active Dry Cat Food

Royal Canin Adult Fit & Active Dry Cat Food

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    We love it

    By Mira on Aug 14, 2020

    It's hard to keep weight on my cat, so we gave this a try. Not only is he up to his perfect weight after getting through a full bag of this, his coat also looks and feels amazing. He will absolutely be on this food until his senior years, and we'll definitely be sticking with royal canin from here on It's hard to keep weight on my cat, so we gave this a try. Not only is he up to his perfect weight after getting through a full bag of this, his coat also looks and feels amazing. He will absolutely be on this food until his senior years, and we'll definitely be sticking with royal canin from here on out. Great results … more

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    I regret feeding this to my cats, start checking labels

    By Pussygalore on Aug 1, 2020

    Some time ago, I asked my vet what food she recommended. She gave me a vague uncommitted answer. I was anticipating she’d pick Royal Canin, due to it being the only product stocked in the waiting area. Based on that, I made the assumption Royal Canin was recommended by them. Recently I read, a cats Some time ago, I asked my vet what food she recommended. She gave me a vague uncommitted answer. I was anticipating she’d pick Royal Canin, due to it being the only product stocked in the waiting area. Based on that, I made the assumption Royal Canin was recommended by them. Recently I read, a cats diet should be like what they’d eat in the wild. Cats don’t hunt grains, their digestion is better suited for meat. This makes sense to me. I checked the ingredients of this product and was stunned to see the second through fifth ingredients are grains. It is now my opinion, this isn’t a high quality food and not what I want to feed my cats. I am switching to grain free food. Though when I read those labels I wonder if those ingredients make sense. Cats eating sweet potato? How is that better than corn? It is a mine field trying to find a high quality food for your pet. Where do you get dependable information, and then find that product? Hope you find my experience and opinion helpful. … more

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    I regret feeding this to my cats, start checking labels

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    Some time ago, I asked my vet what food she recommended. She gave me a vague uncommitted answer. I was anticipating she’d pick Royal Canin, due to it being the only product stocked in the waiting area. Based on that, I made the assumption Royal Canin was recommended by them. Recently I read, a cats diet should be like what they’d eat in the wild. Cats don’t hunt grains, their digestion is better suited for meat. This makes sense to me. I checked the ingredients of this product and was stunned to see the second through fifth ingredients are grains. It is now my opinion, this isn’t a high quality food and not what I want to feed my cats. I am switching to grain free food. Though when I Some time ago, I asked my vet what food she recommended. She gave me a vague uncommitted answer. I was anticipating she’d pick Royal Canin, due to it being the only product stocked in the waiting area. Based on that, I made the assumption Royal Canin was recommended by them. Recently I read, a cats diet should be like what they’d eat in the wild. Cats don’t hunt grains, their digestion is better suited for meat. This makes sense to me. I checked the ingredients of this product and was stunned to see the second through fifth ingredients are grains. It is now my opinion, this isn’t a high quality food and not what I want to feed my cats. I am switching to grain free food. Though when I read those labels I wonder if those ingredients make sense. Cats eating sweet potato? How is that better than corn? It is a mine field trying to find a high quality food for your pet. Where do you get dependable information, and then find that product? Hope you find my experience and opinion helpful. … more

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    Beware: Asthma

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    Cats love this and scarf it down. But after a few months all 3 of my cats started to have breathing problems and asthma attacks. I went to the vet and all their lungs were filled with fluid and needed inhalers. In just a few weeks of switching their food they no longer needed their inhalers.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Not good for our picky eaters.

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    Our cats wouldn’t touch this food. They literally smelled it and walked away. Very disappointing, too, because I love the size and shape of the kibble—perfect for crunching instead of swallowing. Too bad they don’t offer samples so we could have found this out before ordering $18 worth of food our boys won’t eat. Oh well.

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