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Royal Canin Feline Health Nutrition Regular Adult Maintenance Sensible 33 Cat Food

  • Dry » 400g Bag £3.62
  • Dry » 2kg Bag £15.35
  • Dry » 4kg Bag £25.77
  • Special Offer Dry » 10kg Bag £43.54

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Description

Royal Canin Sensible 33 is for cats with digestive sensitivity leading to soft stools. Sensible 33 features an exclusive combination of nutrients to support optimal digestive security (L.I.P.*). Combined with prebiotics for a balanced intestinal flora, as well as concentrated energy for cats requiring a higher energy density. Comes in three different kibble shapes and carefully selected flavourings to stimulate food intake in sensitive cats.

Sensible 33

Adult Cats with Digestive Sensitivity

Sensible 33

Optimal Digestion. High Palatability. Concentrated Energy.

Ingredients

Dehydrated poultry protein, rice, animal fats, maize, vegetable protein isolate*, dehydrated pork protein, wheat flour, wheat, hydrolysed animal proteins, maize gluten, yeasts and parts thereof, beet pulp, minerals, fish oil, vegetable fibres, soya oil, fructo-oligo-saccharides

Technological Additives

Clinoptilolite of sedimentary origin: 5 g

Sensory Additives

N/A

Nutritional additives (per kg)

Vitamin A: 18500 IU, Vitamin D3: 1000 IU, E1 (Iron): 38 mg, E2 (Iodine): 3,8 mg, E4 (Copper): 12 mg, E5 (Manganese): 50 mg, E6 (Zinc): 150 mg, E8 (Selenium): 0,1 mg

Additional Info

Protein %: 33
Crude Oils and Fats %: 22
Crude Fibre %: 1.6
Crude Ash %: 7.4
Moisture %: N/A

Feeding guidelines

Recommended daily quantities (g/day):

Water should be available at all times.

Cat's weight: 3kg, ideal weight 39g or 23g + 1 pouch Royal Canin Instinctive, overweight 31g or 15g + 1 pouch Royal Canin Instinctive.

Cat's weight: 4kg, ideal weight 48g or 32g + 1 pouch Royal Canin Instinctive, overweight 39g or 22g + 1 pouch Royal Canin Instinctive.

Cat's weight: 5kg, ideal weight 57g or 40g + 1 pouch Royal Canin Instinctive, overweight 45g or 29g + 1 pouch Royal Canin Instinctive.

Cat's weight: 6kg, ideal weight 64g or 48g + 1 pouch Royal Canin Instinctive, overweight 51g or 35g + 1 pouch Royal Canin Instinctive.

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How much

22nd Apr 2016
judy jones
  • VioVet Customer Since: June 2008
  • From: , United Kingdom

please could you tell me how much I should be feeding my cat he's a little overweight he weighs 7.7kg (he's a big cat though) I'm feeding him 68gms at the moment, although there are times when he's very hungry. I'm pleased with this food as my cat suffers with his digestive system and at long last I've found something that seems to be helping him.

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

From a health point of view, the correct amount to feed of a well balanced diet like this is simply the amount which produces the correct body weight. If he is overweight, he need to eat less unti he is losing weight (slowly!). So you should feed a bit less, say 60g daily and weigh him again in 2 weeks or so. If it was possible to be a bit hard-hearted like this, it would be very easy to keep adjusting the amount up or down until you found the amount which produced a stable weight of about 5kg (It is very unlikely that his healthiest weight would be over this, however big he is.) His final weight is not really as important as the amount of fat stored in the body. This should be assessed and reduced by giving less food as appropriate.

All of the above works perfectly in theory. In practice, a cat losing weight due to restricted food, usually feels very hungry and makes life a misery for its owner(s). Some people can cope with this by only ever giving food twice per day as a routine and ignoring any demands for more. Most people feel sorry for their hungry cat and give more food than is needed physiologically and so their cat is fat.

Basically, feed a bit less and your cat will lose a little weight. The correct amount of food to give is simply that amount which produces the correct body weight. There is nothing more to it than that.

Best of luck,

John

Choosing which food

4th Mar 2015
Matty

I have been using the Sensible dry food for the last few years for my two adult cats - an 11 year old Siamese and a 12 year old Oriental and have been happy with it as the Oriental had always had a sensitive stomach in the past.
Sadly she has now passed away but we now have a two and half year old Tonkinese.
I was wondering whether to change to the Siamese breed food or whether to stay with the Sensible one. Can you recommend which would be best for the two of them taking into account their different ages? What is the difference between the two foods?
Thank you

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

There are lots of slight differences between the foods, but ideally I would suggest the Siamese breed food. Swith over to it gradually and do not overfeed it, but if either suffers from digestive problems then it would be acceptable to put both onto the Sensible diet.

Age

26th Aug 2014
dave

Would it be ok to give this to my 6 month old kitten as he allways has loose bowls when we take them of wet food.

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

This food is recommended for cats over 1 year of age. However if your 6 month old is prone to digestive upsets and this diet suits him, it would certainly be acceptable for this to be part (or all) of the diet.