how to provide them instead of trying to provide ingredients that could be fed to humans. You may not like the ingredients when you look at the label but the nutrients and percentages will always be correct. If you are completely opposed to the use of grains especially corn in cat food, then you are going to hate this food. Yes, we said that Royal Canin focuses on the nutrients and the science instead of human grade ingredients. (aafco recommendations for protein for adult cats are a minimum of 26 percent and 30 percent for growing kittens; and 9 percent fat for both adult cats and growing kittens.) Final Thoughts This food is low in fat and very high in fiber but thats.
The food also contains wheat gluten later in the list which would be higher in protein. But there are concerns if too much cellulose is added to the diet. The first five ingredients in this food are chicken meal, corn, corn gluten meal, wheat, and powdered cellulose. And while a food reaction may affect some dogs with rare, documented food allergies, there is no evidence to support claims that grains in general cause health problems. Royal canin feline care nutrition provides targeted solutions for your cats most common concerns. We know several veterinarians who feed Royal Canin to their cats and recommend it, and they are not people who sell it or get a kickback from the company. On the other hand, we usually like to see cats get more protein from animal protein sources than from plant sources.