Royal Canin Mother & Babycat
This Royal Canin Mother & Babycat food has been carefully blended to provide everything your doting mother cat needs to nurse her kittens aged 1 - 4 months.
This food helps to keep both mother and kittens in great health. It contains a mix of prebiotics to boost digestive health and complex antioxidants to encourage a healthy immune system. Building up kittens' immune systems as they wean is important, and this food also contains vitamin E to further ncrease their natural defences.
Its easy-wean formula makes nursing less taxing for the mother and ensures that the key nutrients are passed on to the litter. As the kittens lose their ability to digest lactose, they need to be transitioned over to solid food. That's why the Royal Canin kibble is rehydratable and soft to help them adjust.
The highly digestible protein reduces the chances of any undigested nutrients passing on to your kittens. Added DHA fatty acid also helps to develop their brains, so they're bright and curious as they grow.
- prebiotics boost digestive health
- antioxidants for a healthy immune system
- added vitamins and nutrients
- easy-wean formula
- DHA stimulates brain development
- complete mix for mother and kitten.
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Cross breed kittens love itI have kittens that have left their mother at 9 weeks, now 12 weeks and they love this food. Contrary to the packaging I think it suits their small jaws and teeth better than food for older kittens. They love it and gobble it down. I have just increased the size of their portions to suit their stomachs and more importantly, their eyes, where food requirements go.
I am using this for my 15mth old Siamese who has had an upset tummy for 5 weeks now and has lost a lot of weight, I recently got a Havana kitten and he was sent away with this kitten food and Charley the Siamese loves it, and it's the only food wet or dry he is interested in, so feeding him that now to try and get him to gain weight, vet says it's ok to feed till he's back on his feet, and he's enjoying it as it's small and easy for him to eat
kitten like that smell and is suitable for 5-week old kitten to swallow.
I've got 2 Birmans and a Main Coon. Decided to try baby cat because one of the birmans is an adult but has a tiny jaw and is underweight because of difficulty eating adult sized kibble. This food is the right size and the other cats like it too.