Royal Canin Weight Care Dry Cat Food
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About This Item
- Dry cat food formulated for slightly overweight cats that have a tendency to gain weight or need to lose a little bit of weight.
- Promotes a healthy metabolism with L-carnitine to help with fat metabolism.
- Helps cats maintain muscle mass and an ideal body condition during weight loss with adapted protein content.
- Helps cats feel full and limit additional weight gain with an ideal fiber blend.
- Delicious cat kibble formulated with the complete and balanced nutrition cats need to maintain a healthy weight.
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158 Customer Reviews
I have 2 female litter mates and both are about 3 pounds overweight. I closely monitor them when eating as 1 will eat the others food. Luckily one of them LOVES this kibble & the other won't touch it! They both are eating their own weight loss kibble. I have noticed a slight decrease in appetite with the cat that is eating the Royal Canin and she has lost a little weight only after a month. She seems to be more energetic and playful, which makes me happy
Finding a food for a cat that needs to lose weight hasn't been easy because my chubby boy turns his nose up at most of them. But this food Stormy likes! The ingredients get my approval too. He was gung ho for the taste right from the get go. But animals need variety and he is much more of a dry than wet food eater. It's been about 2 weeks of eating this and he is telling me that he's ready for a change. He also is another big fan of the Royal Canin appetite dry food, so it's time to rotate. The size and consistency of the kibble is good for all 3 of my fur kids. My vomiter keeps it down. And my cat with no teeth has no problem chewing instead of swallowing whole. I almost forgot to mention - the chubby one has already lost a little weight too! A little at a time is a good thing. Ty Chewy, for giving me a no guilt feeling for returning the dry foods Stormy did not eat.
Fussy Tabitha 2
I bought this again to substitute for the weight care slices in gravy. Tabitha is 13 yrs old and missing teeth. I have to wet this so she can eat it but she is not impressed with it. I think because it has little to no flavor since it has no smell. I still have nearly a full bag after a month or more.
This is a fav
Three of our four cats love this. We call it Cheerios for Cats. Our youngest is too young and tiny for it. We even mix this with treats and hide it in the cat tree. All cats come running.
I buy this for my Siamese, since Royal Canine isn't making breed specific dry food currently. It is a good product, and she likes it.
I have a 26lb cat that won't eat wet food and being that most dry is higher calories I needed to find one that was good for him and would help with his weight. This is the best! He loves it and he is slowly losing weight (the right way) and his coat is shiny and he's happy.
Very well liked
My 12 year old is a full figured girl, but the vet would like her to lose a pound or 2. A little dry food daily is offered in addition to wet food. I decided to try the Royal Canin Weight Care, and was going to mix a few pieces with the old dry to get Gabi adjusted to the new food. Well, she almost climbed into the bag when it was opened, and there was no looking back. She loves this product and weight is going down. I like the quality and have always been pleased with this brand.
Vet recommended to lose weight and I am trying to see a result
My cat is 1 year and 5 months old and he has gained much weight because I stay with him by pandemic and I could not control his food begging. He is currently 17 lbs and my vet recommended royal canin or science hills and Purina pro. She said canned food is more healthy and I am trying to feed him a wet food more but he likes a crunchy kibbles more. I found this dry food has no chicken as number one ingredient and it has a pea protein some vets refuse to feed a pet so I am very confused but I have seen many cats eat this kind of food and thrive and many vets still recommend this food so I have to feed this my cat to lose weight. He is not even 2 years old but 17lbs is a huge number My other first baby his name is Louie, he was 16.7 lbs when he was 10 to 16 years old so definitely current baby is huge. He does not look huge but scale says that This cup is 255 kcal and I researched this is lowest calories dry food I want my cat 17 lbs loses 3 lbs within 6 or 8 months. My plan is giving him a half cup dry food 127.50 kcal and canned food two of 1oz , 92 kcal, fancy feast or 1 can ,92 kcal, perfect weight of 5.1 oz , 10 pieces dental treats,20 kcal Total would be 240 kcal or 270 kcal , I think previously I fed him 300 to 330 kcal Do you think is it ideal? I guess I have to confirm with vet about daily calories plan because I don’t want to under feed him or over feed to ruin his weight loss plan.
Like it right out of the bag
Own 2 overweight female felines that love to eat, but can be picky. Royal Canin is a good name brand. Both of my cats loved this food immediately. Have not been on it long enough to assess wt loss, but will stick with it. Low fat and high fiber ingredients.
Two of my three cats are overweight and this was suggested by their vet since we have been lifetime buyers of Royal Canin foods. They love it and eat it better than even their last discontinued food.