Royal Canin Indoor Long Hair Cat 4kg

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Royal Canin Indoor Long Hair Cat 4kg


About one in four cats who live indoors have a long or half-long coat, and they spend almost 70% of their time grooming themselves. This process leads to lots of hair dropping away, and much of this is swallowed. Because of the great quantity and also length of the hair, indoor cats are very prone to hairball formation.
Hair is made up of 95% protein, so your cat needs precise nutrition to ensure maximal coat health. Any nutritional deficiency can lead to a dry and brittle coat.

Indoor cats are, by definition, less active. Their reduced activity level means they require a diet which has moderate energy absorption in order to prevent weight gain. They also have a lower level of intestinal activity, which means they often have soft, smelly stool.

Royal Canin Indoor Long Hair cat food was specifically developed for indoor cats with long hair:

Increased fibre content: with dried sugar beet pulp and psyllium to help your cat pass hairballs naturally
Optimal skin & coat health: thanks to an ideal protein content, vitamins A & B, essential fatty acids EPA & DHA, and chelated trace elements
Digestive security: through highly digestible proteins, which also helps minimise stool odour
Adjusted mineral content: to boost digestive function and improve urinary tract health (pH 6-6.5)

Weight 4000 g

Over 12 months old




Poultry protein (dried), corn, vegetable protein isolate, wheat, rice, animal protein (hydrolysed), animal fat, vegetable fibers, soya oil, minerals, beet pulp, fish oil, yeasts, fructo-oligosaccharides, psyllium (psyllium and covers), borage oil.
*L.I.P.: selected, easily digestible proteins with high biological valency


Nutritional dietary additives:
Vitamin A (23,500 IU/kg), vitamin D3 (900 IU/kg), E1 [iron] (45 mg/kg), E2 [iodine] (4.5 mg/kg), E4 [copper] (5 mg/kg), E5 [manganese] (59 mg/kg], E6 [zinc] (177 mg/kg), E8 [selenium] (0.08 mg/kg), preservatives, antioxidants.

Analytical Constituents

protein 30.0 %
fat 15.0 %
fibre 4.1 %
ash 8.1 %
calcium 1.14 %
phosphorus 1.1 %
magnesium 0.08 %
arachicdonic acid 0.07 %
biotine (vitamin H) 3.37 mg
chloride 0.72 %
choline 2.5 mg
iron 238.0 mg
moisture 5.5 %
folic acid 12.6 mg
iodine 5.3 mg
potassium 0.7 %
copper 11.0 mg
L-carnitine 50.0 mg
linoleic acid 3.99 %
manganese 76.0 mg
cystine 0.68 g
sodium 0.6 %
niacin (vitamin- B3) 174.6 mg
omega-3 fats 0.84 %
omega-6 fats 4.23 %
pantothenic acid 61.8 mg
plant fibers 11.3 %
selenium 0.33 mg
starch 25.2 %
taurine 0.2 %
zinc 222.0 mg
vitamin A 22.0 IU
vitamin B1 (thiamine) 15.7 mg
vitamin B12 (cobalamin) 0.16 mg
vitamin B2 (riboflavin) 56.4 mg
vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) 44.7 mg
vitamin C (ascorbic acid) 200.0 mg
vitamin D3 900.0 mg
vitamin E (tocopherol) 500.0 mg
calories that can be burned 3.852 kcal
dietary fibre 11.3 %
DHA fatty acid 0.31 mg
arginine 1.8 %
L-lysine 1.43 %
DL-methionine 0.87 %
methionine/cystine 1.52 %
nitrogen-free extracts 32.4 mg

Feeding Guide

Cat’s weight Low activity Normal activity Lots of activity
2kg 26g 33g 40g
3kg 35g 44g 53g
4kg 43g 54g 65g
5kg 51g 63g 75g
6kg 58g 72g 86g
7kg 64g 80g 96g
8kg 71g 88g 106g
9kg 77g 96g 115g
10kg 83g 104g 124g

The amounts stated here are guidelines only and should be adapted to meet your cat’s specific dietary needs. Age, activity levels and environment should be particularly taken into consideration.
If your cat becomes overweight, the daily portion should be reduced in size.

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