Royal Canin Indoor Longhair
The recipe of Royal Canin Indoor Longhair contains all the nutrition your long-haired cat needs to stay healthy and hairball-free.
How it works
This nutritionally balanced meal is suitable for adult cats between the ages of one and seven years, and is specially formulated for fluffier pets. Longhair breeds are more susceptible to hairballs. This recipe is packed full of fibre to help aid digestion and encourage the hair to pass through the gut rather than clump together the stomach. Every meal contains highly digestible proteins, so all the vitamins and minerals in the recipe will be easily absorbed.
This means your pet will get a boost of energy to encourage them to stay active and the nutrients in every bowlful will help to improve the condition of their skin and coat. This formula also helps to keep toilet troubles at bay; the proteins can help to improve stool odour and minerals support your pet's urinary function.
- created to support the needs of long-haired cats
- helps keep skin and coat in great condition
- fibre combination ensures fewer hairballs
- highly digestible proteins boost energy levels
- improves digestive function and stool odour
- supports a healthy urinary tract
- suitable for adult indoor cats
When to use it
Just as we like to take off our coats when the seasons change, cats also shed their winter fur as the weather warms up. They love to smarten themselves up by grooming but this can lead to hair being swallowed. This can lead to hairballs; a clump of fur that can’t pass through the gut and is coughed up as a result.
If you want to make your cat more comfortable (and minimise the mess on your carpet) you can brush them to remove any excess fur. Feeding your pet with a fibre-rich recipe like Royal Canin Indoor Longhair can help any hairballs to naturally pass through the stomach. If your pet is struggling with hairballs, have a chat with your vet.
COMPOSITION: dehydratedpoultry protein, maize, vegetable protein isolate*, wheat, rice, hydrolysedanimal proteins, animal fats, vegetable fibres, soya oil, minerals, beet pulp,fish oil, yeasts, fructo-oligo-saccharides, psyllium husks and seeds, borage oil.ADDITIVES (per kg): Nutritional additives: Vitamin A: 23500 IU, VitaminD3: 900 IU, E1 (Iron): 45 mg, E2 (Iodine): 4.5 E4 (Copper):5 mg, E5 (Manganese): 59 mg, E6 (Zinc): 177 mg, E8 (Selenium):0.08 mg - Preservatives - Antioxidants. ANALYTICAL CONSTITUENTS:Protein: 35% - Fat content: 15% - Crude ash: 8% fibres: 4.1%.
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Royal Canin longhairI have a longhair cat who is a fussy eater and has teeth problems. She loves this food and so far hair balls have reduced
All of my 6 cats of varying ages like this one.
i have 2 longhaired cats who are always grooming themselves and have suffered with lots of hairballs.since they have been eating this product they haven't had a single one!makes their life better and mine.brilliant product.
I would not give anything else to my 2 babys ! My indoor Bengals have always had Royal Canin. After being sterilised I used the sterilised 37 food which they love. I tried indoor but they did not like it, I tried Fit but they started to put weight on so back to sterilised for the last year and they also finish the bowl. A large bag lasts at least 2 months, so 10 a month per cat is a bargain! And you know its the best you can get for your cat/s.
My two cats are both indoor cats, one with long hair and one with short hair but dry skin and pads.
For this reason I alternate between the Skin & Hair 33 and Indoor 27 varieties.
The skin and hair makes a huge and visible difference - their coats are more glossy and easier to comb, it also helps with dry flaking skin and dandruff. The shape and texture of the biscuits is easy to maanage too - even for my elderly cat with no teeth! She doesn`t struggle to eat the biscuits at all and their roug