Post-ingestion perception is an essential distinguishing factor in what cats choose to eat. For many cats, this feeling is the overriding factor in deciding whether they will choose to eat this food over a prolonged period of time. The more positive the feeling about the food, the more likely the cat will be to eat this food in the future.
Poultry protein (dried), corn, vegetable protein isolate, maize gluten, wheat, animal fat, vegetable fibers, animal protein (hydrolysed), beet pulp, minerals, soya oil, borage oil.
Did a combo of Fit+Protein+Aroma In equal parts as suggested by another reviewer. So far so good!
When we adopted our 5 year old adult cat, we continued feeding her the Royal Canin Fit kibble that she had been previously eating with her fosterer. Our fully indoor adopted cat is also a graze-eater, so we leave food out for her and change it twice a day.
However, she is a more sedentary cat who likes to lounge around (does not real jump around actively unless we play with her) and soon she gained weight (from a fat 4kg to 5kg) while on the Fit diet. We eventually also bought Royal Canin’s dry cat kibbles - Protein Exigent and Aroma Exigent. We now mix Fit with P.Ex. and A.Ex in a 1-1-1 portion and our cat’s weight has stabilised at 3.5kg, weighing in consistently regular during vet trips. Her coat has also improved and is silky to the touch!
Protein Exigent has been really good for us to regulate her weight and has improved her coat quality by leaps and bounds.