When your cat is around 12 years old, the cells start to mature more rapidly. You're going to find your cat is slowing down and less involved. Every cat responds differently, with some loss of weight, but this also leads to increased body weight in neutered cats, so it is important that you feed your cat the right food to suit their body and nutritional needs.
Maize, vegetable protein isolate*, maize flour, dehydrated poultry protein, maize gluten, wheat, animal fats, vegetable fibres, hydrolysed animal proteins, chicory pulp, minerals, soya oil, fish oil, tomato (source of lycopene), psyllium husks and seeds, fructo-oligo-saccharides, hydrolysed yeast (source of manno-oligo-saccharides), hydrolysed crustaceans (source of glucosamine), borage oil, green tea and grape extracts (source of polyphenols), marigold extract (source of lutein), hydrolysed cartilage (source of chondroitin).
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I cycle a few types of kibbles - all Royal Canin (Hairball, Sensitive, Urinary Health, Protein Exigent, etc.) and my cat loves them all!
Haven’t try. My cat taking the Royal Canin Oral Care , the kibbles is much bigger than Fit for mature cat.
Switched from fit 32 to this for my senior cat and he loves it the same
My senior cat who's 18 years old is now a kibbles addict and gets very vocal when asking for her kibbles! Not sure what is in this but it seems to work with increasing her appetite.