Royal Canin Feline Neutered Young Female (Various Sizes)

Royal Canin Feline Neutered Young Female (Various Sizes)

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Royal Canin Feline Neutered Young Female is suitable for female cats from neutering to 7 years old.
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Royal Canin Feline Neutered Young Female - Dry Food

Sizes Available:
10kg, 3.5kg & 1.5kg

Indications
Female cats from neutering to 7 years old

URINE DILUTION
Increasing the urine volume reduces simultaneously the saturation of urine with struvite and calcium oxalate. This approach guarantees that ROYAL CANIN FELINE YOUNG FEMALE will help to ensure a urinary environment unfavourable to formation of both struvite and oxalate stones.

BODY FAT CONTROL
A high protein diet improves palatability, gives a feeling of satiety (stimulates carbohydrate synthesis) and maintains lean body mass (protein provides 30% less net energy than carbohydrates). Addition of L-carnitine and conjugated linoleic acid (help limit lipogenesis) contributes to maintenance of lean body tissue.

TARTAR CONTROL
The kibble’s texture and shape promote a mechanical brushing action limiting the formation of dental plaque. Sodium polyphosphate, present on the kibble surface, binds salivary calcium and thus limits tartar formation.

HAIRBALL REGULATOR
A balanced ratio between fermentable fibre (beet pulp) and non-fermentable fibre (corn fibre) promotes hairball elimination.

LEAN BODY MASS

A high protein diet helps:

  • maintain muscle mass more efficiently than a traditional diet,
  • maintain a high palatability,
  • give a feeling of satiety.

For an equal metabolisable energy level, proteins provide 30% less net energy than carbohydrates.
L-carnitine promotes the transport of fat into the mitochondria.

LOW STARCH
The low starch content limits energy assimilation, helps limit weight gain, occurrence of obesity and development of a prediabetic state.




 

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