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Royal Canin Indoor is designed for cats living indoors (aged 1 to 10 years). The Royal Canin Cat Food Range offers innovation and nutritional precision for your cat's health.
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  • Additional Information

    • Nutrition Type
      Superior
    • Health Condition Dietary
      Balanced and complete feed for adult cats over 1 year old, living indoors
    • Brand
      ROYAL CANIN
    • Ingredients
      maize, dehydrated poultry meat, rice, vegetable protein isolate*, wheat, animal fats, hydrolysed animal proteins, vegetable fibres, minerals, beet pulp, soya oil, fructo-oligo-saccharides, yeasts, fish oil.ADDITIVES (per kg): Nutritional additives: Vitamin A: 14800 IU, Vitamin D3: 800 IU, E1 (Iron): 44 mg, E2 (Iodine): 3 mg, E4 (Copper): 8 mg, E5 (Manganese): 57 mg, E6 (Zinc): 185 mg - Preservatives - Antioxidants.ANALYTICAL CONSTITUENTS: Protein: 27% - Fat content: 13% - Crude ash: 6.9% - Crude fibres: 3.9%.*L.I.P.: protein selected for its very high assimilation.
    • Health Benefits
      Indoor
    • Life Stage
      Adult
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    Customer Reviews(14)

    • Nicole says... My cat loved this food. She ate less, looked healthier and was so settled on it. It's worth every cent. 5 star
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    • Danica says... My cat loves this food. When transitioning from her old food she would pick the Royal Canin bits out! She is happy and healthy, and her poo's don't smell that bad either! I barely notice the smell. I have no complaints
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    • Casey says... Royal Canin is fantastic for cats. Ours had problems eating regular food, no issues on this or the digestive sensitive brand. Can be expensive try to buy on sale if you can.
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    • B says... I have an indoor sphynx cat who adores this food. Although his poo doesn't smell as much any more I have noticed that he goes up to three times a day. I suspect this is because the food is full of corn to stop the less active indoor cats gaining weight. My boy will always eat this food (he used to be very very fussy!) and doesn't follow me around the house howling for more. Can't say I've noticed any changes in his coat for obvious reasons.... Good product.
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    • Glen says... This food was purchased by recommendation from the sales rep in my local Petbarn store. All three of our Burmese cats had developed very stinky Number Twos and regular diarrhoea, and I assumed that there had been a change in formula with their previous food. All three cats took to the Royal Canin straight away. They eat less of it than the previous food, and within a few days their toilet habits had become a lot more regular. There is also a lot less odour coming from the litter boxes, which is fantastic. Previously, you could tell without a doubt that someone had been to visit the litter, because it stunk our entire house out! No worries in that department any more. We've only been using it for a week, so it's too early to comment on weight gain or loss. It's Royal Canin 27 for us now. I'll never buy that other food ever again!
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    • Talia says... I can begin by explaining what regular cat food had done to my poor cats, one had suffered a bladder infection, and food allergies, the other gained a lot of weight. I came to Pet Barn desperate to the answers, and I found them. This food has been fantastic. My fussy one loves eating it as does my gobbler. It is true about their poo! My husband and I haven't noticed the smell at all. My two are 100% indoors and this is definitely meeting their needs. It fills them, gives them energy, and they stopped constantly asking for food! I am spending a little more for these benefits (the sales assistant and I worked this out!) I recommend this to those seeking a better alternative to regular cat food, better health for their cat and those who have small houses/apartments and are concerned about smells.
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    • Stephanie says... My Ragdoll cat adores this food! He is one of the fussiest pets I have ever owned when it comes to food, to the point that he will only eat five or so foods overall- no wet food, pet meat, chicken necks, supermarket dry food. He will happily eat Royal Canin 27 though and it has become his favourite food. While it is a bit on the pricey side, he loves it and has been good for maintaining his health also.
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    • Andrea says... This food is a great choice. We have three cats who absolutely adore this food (including one kitty who's quite picky with her food). Their coats have become much softer and glossier after being fed this food and (even better!) their poop is much, much less smelly.
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    • Kayla V says... My cat is only a small apartment cat so this food is great for us! I really do think it works on the smell as we have had to change foods due to time restraints of getting to pet barn and i can assure you it makes a difference!! His coat is always so soft and shiny too when hes on indoor. Love it!
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    • Douglas says... My cats love this food, but they aren't particularly fussy. Unfortunately, their poop doesn't smell any different than before. You can smell their business from across the house. Still, it's a good, nutritious food, if a bit low on protein.
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