Wet food for adult cats over the age of 12 years, with a special recipe containing vitamin E and omega-3 fatty acids to support your cat in its senior years, with kidney and joint care in tasty gravy.for further information...Product description
Wet food for adult cats over the age of 12 years, with a special recipe containing vitamin E and omega-3 fatty acids to support your cat in its senior years, with kidney and joint care in tasty gravy.Even the most active, agile cats are not exempt from the ageing process. Royal Canin Ageing 12+ in Gravy contains omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA, which can help to promote healthy joint function. Vitamin E can help to neutralise free radicals, which can support natural cell ageing.
Additives: Nutritional additives: Vitamin D3 (230 IU/kg), vitamin E1 [iron] (3.6 mg/kg), vitamin E2 [iodine] (0.1 mg/kg), vitamin E4 [copper] (0.9 mg/kg), vitamin E5 [manganese] (1.1 mg/kg), E6 [zinc] (11 mg/kg).
Technological additives: calcium sulphate (1.5 g/kg).
|arachicdonic acid||0.08 %|
|biotine (vitamin H)||0.07 mg|
|folic acid||0.6 mg|
|linoleic acid||0.7 %|
|niacin (vitamin- B3)||35.0 mg|
|omega-3 fats||0.3 %|
|omega-6 fats||0.9 %|
|pantothenic acid||9.0 mg|
|plant fibers||1.2 %|
|vitamin A||50.0 IU|
|vitamin B1 (thiamine)||40.0 mg|
|vitamin B12 (cobalamin)||0.025 mg|
|vitamin B2 (riboflavin)||5.0 mg|
|vitamin B6 (pyridoxine)||2.0 mg|
|vitamin C (ascorbic acid)||50.0 mg|
|vitamin D3||250.0 mg|
|vitamin E (tocopherol)||120.0 mg|
|calories that can be burned||880.0 kcal|
|dietary fibre||1.2 %|
|DHA fatty acid||0.14 mg|
|nitrogen-free extracts||3.7 mg|
Daily amount where Royal Canin Ageing 12+ in Gravy is fed exclusively, in pouches/day:
|Cat's weight||Pouches only||Mixture of dry food & pouches|
|3 kg||2||20 - 25 g + 1 pouch|
|4 kg||3||35 - 40 g + 1 pouch|
|5 kg||3 1/2||45 - 55 g + 1 pouch|
|6 kg||4 1/2||60 - 70 g + 1 pouch|
Changing from one food to another should be done gradually so your cat's 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 gradual adaptation lowers the risk of diarrhoea. Excessive food intake may also cause digestive problems.