Sterilised cats have a tendency to gain weight, which can in turn develop other health issues. Royal Canin Sterilised in Gravy has been specially developed to meet the nutritional needs of sterilised adult cats, with a moderate fat and calorie content to help ease weight management and to help stabilise your cat's weight. The adapted mineral content of this Royal Canin Sterilised in Gravy can help to promote a healthy urinary tract. It also offers irresistible flavour that even the fussiest of cats will struggle not to love!
Adapted energy content: specially for sterilised cats
Maintains an ideal weight: with easier weight management
Balanced mineral content: promotes healthy urinary tract function
Portioned pouches: for long-lasting freshness
Royal Canin Quality Guarantee All Royal Canin products undergo thorough quality controls to ensure optimum food quality and to provide food that is appropriate for your cat's individual nutritional needs and lifestyle. This means that Royal Canin cat food offers high-quality, balanced nutrition.
Mixed feeding - cleverly combined: in order to meet the individual preferences of cats, Royal Canin is also available in a wet food format with tender moist food. Wet food is particularly tasty for cats, as well as helping to offer valuable nutrients and encourage a good fluid intake for healthy kidneys and urinary system. A portioned pouch containing 100g of wet food contains half of your cat's daily recommended fluid intake! Dry food helps to meet your cat's natural behaviours, allowing for small portions throughout the day as well as helping to care for teeth and gums, with a high concentration of nutrients, portion or fibre. Various studies have shown that combining the two can support your cat's health in a natural way! Simply follow our feeding guidelines to ensure that your cat receives the ideal quantities of wet and dry food for good health.
Feeding recommendation Daily amount in pouches/day if Royal Canin Sterilised is fed exclusively:
Amount of food
3 1/2 pouches
4 1/2 pouches
Daily amount if fed in combination with Royal Canin Sterilised dry food:
40-48 g + 1 pouch
58-70 g + 1 pouch
76-92 g + 1 pouch
94-114 g + 1 v
You should change over your cat's food slowly so that its intestinal flora has sufficient time to adapt to a new food. Over 7 days, mix Royal Canin wet food in gradually increasing proportions into your cat's existing diet. This gentle change reduces the risk of diarrhoea. Excessive food intake may also cause digestive problems. Please note that these are guidelines only. Actual feeding amounts should be adjusted according to your cat's age, activity levels and circumstances. Monitor your cat's weight and adjust feeding amounts as required. Fresh water should be provided at all times.