Royal Canin Feline Health Nutrition Kitten Thin Slices In Gravy Canned Cat Food, 3 Ounce Can (Pack of 24)
- Date First Available:
- January 1, 2010
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With so many cat and kitten food options out there focused on ingredients, how do you know what’s best? Royal Canin knows there’s a science to it—researching each pet’s unique nutritional needs to formulate the most precise combination of nutrients in their diet to help your pet live a magnificent life. By the time a young kitten gets to be around 4 months old, their growth rate slows, but their activity levels skyrocket. With a developing immune system, growing bones and muscles, emerging adult teeth, and that skyrocketing energy level, older kittens need nutrition with more protein than a younger baby cat. While it may seem like your kitten’s nutritional needs are complicated, Royal Canin Thin Slices in Gravy makes it simple to feed their magnificence from the start. This wet kitten food is specifically designed to support a kitten’s developing immune system, growing bones and muscles, and high levels of playful energy. Its precise ratio of proteins, fats, and carbohydrates matches the instinctively preferred macronutrient profile of your energetic kitten, ensuring long-time palatability. With easy-to-chew, tiny thin slices in gravy for a texture kittens adore, it’s the perfect complement to Royal Canin Kitten Dry Food as your kitten transitions to a more “grown-up” diet of solids. Backed by nearly 50 years of obsessive research and expertise, Royal Canin continues to innovate pet nutrition. This carefully crafted diet is made with the essential nutrients kittens need to reach their most magnificent potential. Not happy with it? Then neither are we. Our formulas are 100% satisfaction guaranteed.
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