Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Adult Satiety Support Weight Management Dry Cat Food

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About This Item

  • A veterinary-exclusive dry food that provides complete and balanced nutrition to promote safe weight loss in overweight or obese cats.
  • Supports healthy digestion and helps satisfy hunger and control begging with a high natural fiber content to help your cat feel satisfied between meals.
  • Provides targeted nutrients like glucosamine and chondroitin to help support joints and bones that are stressed from excess weight.
  • Formulated to promote a healthy urinary environment and prevent the development of struvite and calcium oxalate crystals.
  • Low-fat, high-protein formula helps encourage healthy muscle mass.
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About Royal Canin Weight Management for Cats

Concerned about Your Cat’s Weight?

Maintaining a healthy weight can help support your cat’s overall health. When itcomes to your cat’s weight, your veterinarian is the expert. You should always consult with your vet to find the best solutions and management options for your pet.

Assessing Your Cat’s Weight

There are 9 body condition scores used to assess a cat’s weight. Talk to your veterinarian about which matches your cat.

  1. LOOK – Check your cat’s body shape to see whether she is very thin, an ideal weight or overweight.
  2. FEEL – Severely defined ribs and waist may mean your cat is very thin. Ribs easily felt but not seen, with an obvious weight, may mean she is an ideal weight. If you cannot her feel ribs and her waist is absent, your cat maybe obese.
  3. WEIGH – Work with your veterinarian to identify your cat’s weight and body condition score to help your vet determine your cat’s nutritional needs.

How Nutrition Can Help

Your veterinarian may recommend a formula with key benefits.

Begging Control

Helps to keep hunger at bay with a blend of natural fibers.

Muscle Mass

Helps to sustain muscle mass with high levels of protein, while your pet is losing weight.

Bones & Joints

Supports bones and joints under stress with targeted nutrients.

Healthy Weight Loss

Helps to ensure healthy weight loss with complete and balanced nutrition.

Find The Perfect Balance

With a dry and wet feeding routine, dry food supports positive oral health while wet food supports healthy hydration.


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About Royal Canin

What sets Royal Canin apart is their close collaboration with veterinarians. Through these professional partnerships, they strive to learn everything they can about pet health, including how different formulas perform for different breeds, sizes, lifestyles and therapeutic conditions. Ongoing research and development allows Royal Canin to keep providing the precise nutrition cats need for a range of medical conditions.

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Questions & Answers

16 Customer Questions

My cat weighs 13.2 lbs I feed him 1/2 cup a day satiety plus a 3 oz can wet but yet he still cries to eat and sits by his bowl. At night he bites my feet and cries until we feed him. What should I do?
Answer by ChewyOct 31, 2018
It's recommended to following the feeding instructions to maintain your cat's tartget weight.

My vet put my cat on a diet, she is a little overweight and prescribed Royal Canin Satiety Feline. Looking at the ingredients, I am questioning the chicken by product meal, wheat, wheat gluten, corn gluten etc... I thought these ingredients were not good for animals.
Answer by ChewySep 06, 2018
All of these diets are formulated to meet the AAFCO nutrient guidelines and are completely balanced diets. We encourage pet parents to consult with their veterinarian to determine an accurate diagnosis and the best formula for their pets.

How many cups are in the large bad of Royal canin vet diet satiety for cats?
Answer by ChewyNov 20, 2019
The 7.7-pound bag contains approximately 31-cups of food, and the 18.7-pound bag contains approximately 75-cups of food.

Is this food made in the USA
Answer by ChewyJun 17, 2020
All Royal Canin products that are purchased in the United States are manufactured at one of the following plant locations: Rolla, Missouri; Fremont, Nebraska; North Sioux City, Nebraska or Guelph, Canada.

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271 Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Sarah on Aug 6, 2022

Cat loves it!

My cat is stupid picky and we’ve tried a few different weight management options and he would not eat them. But this one he really likes, he finishes his portion which he wasn’t doing before. Tbd on actual weight loss for my chunky boy but We’re both happy

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Nancy on Jul 9, 2022

Nice Surprise

I received this product and it had instructions to give her 50/ 50 to get her used to it but to my surprise she did not need the 50/50 she started right out eating this cat food. it is to early to tell if she will start losing but it says may take up to 3 months before i will see a change. i would reccommend this to all my friends but they first have to speak to their veterinarian.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Naula on Jul 12, 2022

RC dry cat food

My cat loves it, but she always wants more, so it's not helping with weight. I give her a little at a time, because she has Iams wet indoor only too, twice a day.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By WhistlingWoman on Apr 6, 2022

They like it!

The cats apparently don't know that it's diet food, and they eat it just as happily as if it were their regular favorite. Before I found Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Adult Satiety Support Weight Management Dry Cat Food, I'd mix another brand with their fave in the same bowl, and they would manage to just leave that other one in the bowl. Now they get a 2:1 mix of the Satiety Support food and their favorite, and they eat it all up. Only problem: I don't know that they are losing any weight. But at least they're not getting fatter.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By ilvstitch on Apr 3, 2022


My Vet ordered this because my cat was/is always acting hungry despite being fed adequate food. This food did not do the trick at all. He will eat it and appear satisfied after eating it but still relentlessly tries to steal food every time you open the refrigerator and stalks, as well as, successfully captures food during preparation and/or consumption. He's terrible! I have seen a little improvement with using a SENTRY CALM COLLAR that I got for a different purpose.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By catlady6 on May 1, 2022

Cats on Diets

I buy this because 2 of my 6 cats are on diets, so they all are. However, the way all 6 eat this, I'm not sure any of them are losing weight! They love it so I'll keep buying it! (And, yes, after weighing at the vet's, the 2 in particular have lost some weight, just not quite enough)

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By LRod on Apr 10, 2022

No satiety support

Giving this product one star because at least they like the food. My two orange tabbies will devour this food, as if they’ve never been fed. We were informed by our vet this should help them feel more full longer, it’ll help them lose weight, and we should have less begging from them. It’s honestly as if this food makes them more hungry and beg even more, if not constantly. An hour passes by, and they’re ready to eat again. We can’t walk near our pantry without being followed and constant meowing. We get woken up constantly in the night for food, no matter how late we wait to feed them their dinner. My cats never seem “satiated” after eating this food. I feel this food is a waste for all the money I’ve spent on it over the past year.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By healthykitties on Mar 24, 2022

Incredible progress

This food was recommended by my vet after my "always starving" cat Homer weighed in at a whopping 16 lbs. We also purchased automatic feeders which have been life changing. Homer got so big he couldn't jump on the counter or clean himself properly =(. Within 9 months he was down to 9 lbs. I was very worried about potential health issues as that is a lot of weight lost in a short period of time, but everything was normal at his recent checkup. He may not know it but Homer is a happier, healthier boy. My lady void Sheba is much less active but lost about 4 lbs in the same 9 months.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Lynn on Feb 16, 2022

My two slightly tubby 'kids' **love** the Adulty Satiety Support

I had originally purchased a Farmina weight control formula because Farmina is the normal brand I use for my two adults and kitten [what their breeder uses]. When I told her I was putting the two adults on Farmina's weight loss formula, she told me this Royal Canin variety is better for a diet because of the way it swells up in their tummies more than the Farmina, helping them feel full, so I ordered a bag. Yes, one is supposed to gradually transition to it, but I went 'cold turkey.' Both really, really enjoyed it from the first bite. After posting this I am placing another order for it. I do not plan using this indefinitely. Once both get to their ideal weights, 6.5 kg and about 8.5 kg, I am changing back to the maintenance formula of Farmina, maybe adding a bit of Royal Canin Satiety to it. I prefer the ingredients in Farmina. Maybe I should add that neither is a picky eater, the reason they have to go on a diet and I had to buy large tins to store crackers and bread. The smaller one will push beef coming to room temperature onto the floor so both can chomp on it. Ever serve a prime rib with hunks out of it or strip steaks with edges missing and a hole in the middle? I have, lol [assume the heat will kill any germs]. Bringing to room temperature now done in the oven or microwave.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Diet on Aug 2, 2022

Diet Food with SO

Zena the cat seems to enjoy the food. Hopefully she loses a few pounds.