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Royal Canin Kitten Cat Food

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Royal Canin

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Item No: 6227238
$102.99
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666 Burnhamthorpe Road
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Royal Canin Kitten Dry Cat Food is for kittens in the 2nd growth stage: 4 to 12 months. By the time a kitten gets to be around 4 months old, their growth rate slows, but their activity levels skyrocket. With intensifying energy levels, developing bones, growing muscles, and emerging teeth, older kittens need a different kind of nutrition than a younger baby cat.

Key Benefits:

  • An exclusive combination of nutrients, including highly digestible proteins and an adapted fibre content, including psyllium, and prebiotics (FOS and MOS), help support the young kitten's digestive health and promote optimal stool quality
  • A unique fibre blend helps support a beneficial colonic bacteria population
  • The exclusive complex of antioxidants (vitamins C and E, lutein, taurine) and prebiotics (MOS) help support the kitten's natural defenses
  • Vitamins and minerals help support the development of the kitten's bones and muscles, while meeting the energy needs required during growth