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Royal Canin Feline British Shorthair is formulated exclusively to meet the specific needs of adult British Shorthair cats. It helps support their hardworking joints and bones, maintains muscle mass and is enriched with nutrients including taurine, EPA and DHA to support a healthy heart. The kibble's unique shape and size are specifically designed for the British Shorthair’s large jaw, making it easier for the cat to grasp and chew properly. The kibble also supports their oral hygiene.
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    • Nutrition Type
    • Health Condition Dietary
      Recommended for all adult British Shorthair cats over 12 months of age.
    • Brand
    • Ingredients
      Dehydrated poultry meat, vegetable protein isolate*, rice, maize, animal fats, maize gluten, vegetable fibres, hydrolysed animal proteins, chicory pulp, minerals, soya oil, fish oil, fructo-oligo-saccharides, hydrolysed yeast (source of manno-oligosaccharides), borage oil, hydrolysed crustaceans (source of glucosamine), marigold extract (source of lutein), hydrolysed cartilage (source of chondroitin). ADDITIVES (per kg): Nutritional additives: Vitamin A: 29300 IU, Vitamin D3: 800 IU, E1 (Iron): 40 mg, E2 (Iodine): 4 mg, E4 (Copper): 6 mg, E5 (Manganese): 51 mg, E6 (Zinc): 154 mg, E8 (Selenium): 0.08 mg, L-Carnitine : 200 mg, Taurine 3g - Preservatives - Antioxidants. ANALYTICAL CONSTITUENTS: Protein: 34% - Fat content: 22% - Crude ash: 6.5% - Crude fibres: 4.8% - EPA & DHA: 3.5 g/kg. *L.I.P.: protein selected for its very high assimilation.
    • Life Stage
    • Breed
      British Shorthair
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    Customer Reviews(8)

    • Andrea says... This food made our British start chewing his food properly. We moved our British onto this food at 9-10 months old as he was just swallowing kitten food whole without chewing. The information written on the packaging is absolutely true, it encourages them to chew the food. Our cat doesn't go through very much food a day as what he is getting in this food all all nutrition, there are no nasty fillers as there can be in the cheap supermarket brands. This food also makes what comes out the other end of our cat not smelly.
    • Yolanda says... Our Lord Ted, British Shorthair loves this so much that we recently ran out (have to drive an hour to purchase it) and he is now on a food strike eating Royal Canin Indoor! With the Brits short, wide jaw he finds it easier to chew, not spraying crunchy bits every and makes his litter tray a joy to scoop. Just the right balance in satisfying his appetite without him piling on the weight so typical for this breed. Definitely worth the $$, my blue boy couldn't be happier on this product. Can't yet comment on the benefit for his joints as he is only 2 years old but so far so good.
    • Helen says... My British Shorthair loves this food, I tried feeding her Hills Science Diet when I first adopted her since that is what they fed her at the shelter, but she just pecked at it occasionally so I thought I would try the Royal Canin British Shorthair biscuits and started mixing it with the Science Diet food in her bowl. The smart little cookie would then pick out all the Royal Canin pieces and not eat the rest until I gave up on the other stuff. She crunches the treats and doesn't over eat (apparently a common problem with BSH's). She even turns her nose up at raw salmon and cooked chicken and walks over to her bowl of biccies! Much to my annoyance since I think I'm giving her a treat, but at least I know she's getting all the nutrients she needs and it's something yummy she likes. Definitely recommend if you have a BSH. It's worth the extra money and Petbarn often have a sale on the 4kg bags whenever I need to restock.
    • Leanne says... I am not a big supporter of biscuits for cats and tightly manage the quantity they eat. My Brits love this one and the big pieces are easier for them to eat. I have had no digestion/poop problems with this one. I just observe that the product is not grain free
    • Mea says... Our Blue British Boy seems to really enjoy this food. More so than the Kitten kibble from Royal Canin. We are currently mixing it with the Kitten one as I feel he is getting a little too much nutrition from the Kitten and needs to cut down in his calorie intake a smidge. My one concern is that he just swallows his biscuits, does not chew at all. While this was not an issue with the considerably smaller kitten pieces the kibble in this is a 1cm squarish shape designed specifically to encourage the British to chew to promote dental health. I worry that one might get stuck on the way down being that it is not even getting crunched once. So far not at issue, fingers crossed. But something to consider if your cat doesn't chew their kibble.
    • A says... This food is definitely worth getting for your British Shorthair! A 4kg bag lasts just over 2 months and my cat doesn't waste any of the food. She loves the taste...I can put a couple of pieces of kibble on the floor for her and she thinks they are cat treats. She can also easily crunch the kibble which is great for her teeth.
    • Katrina says... Started giving this to our Scottish Fold on the recommendation of our breeder. We mixed it into his regular kitten biscuit when he was nearly 12 months and almost instantly he stopped eating the kitten food and now picks out every piece and leaves the rest - so he must enjoy it!
    • Julie says... Was skeptical about claim that suits British shorthair but amazed that our cat eats every piece and doesn't flick them out her bowl to eat and waste half. Worth the bit extra $. Recommended.

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