Promotes healthy skin and helps keep a Persian’s long hair soft and shiny with breed-specific nutrients Helps to manage hairballs with a complex blend of fibers to help pass ingested hair and help reduce hairball formation Maintains healthy digestion with highly digestible proteins and prebiotics Exclusive almond-shaped kibble, designed for the shortened jaw of a Persian cat, also promotes oral health
ROYAL CANIN® Hair & Skin Care is an exclusive complex of nutrients that help to support the skin's barrier role. It contains high quality proteins, including specific amino acids, to maintain healthy hair growth and skin renewal.ROYAL CANIN® Hair & Skin Care includes an essential combination of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids for beneficial effects on skin health and coat condition. The formula also contains soya and borage oil (rich in gamma linolenic acids) as well as fish oil to help your cat maintain a healthy, glossy coat.Additionally, ROYAL CANIN® Hair & Skin Care has been designed with a number of other key nutrients, such as B-vitamins, amino acids, zinc and copper. Together, these nourish your cat's skin and fur by supporting the skin's barrier function and maintaining optimal skin beauty as well as hair strength and density.The exclusive use of ROYAL CANIN® Hair & Skin Care has been clinically proven to significantly increase coat shine after just 21 days of use.
- Essential oils: Provide your cat with valuable energy, support its natural defences and nourish a healthy coat. Variety of vitamins: Have an antioxidant effect, can strengthen the immune system and support metabolism. - Minerals: Can help maintain a healthy metabolism, encourage healthy skin, and support bone development. - Fibre: Promotes balanced intestinal flora and a healthy digestion. - Proteins: Support the optimal development of organs, muscles and connective tissue. - High digestibility: The carefully selected ingredients give Royal Canin wet cat food a minimum protein digestibility of 90%.
For cats over 12 years old with sensitive teeth and gums and a fussy appetite. Cats age in two distinct phases. During the first phase, there may be few visible signs to indicate the internal changes that are occurring. During the second phase (12 years+), ageing accelerates and cats may exhibit visible signs, including decreased mobility