Royal Canin Light 1.5kg

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  1. Royal Canin Light 1.5kg

Too little exercise and too much food can quickly lead to your cat becoming overweight. When your cat first gains a little weight, it can often stick around or even lead to further weight gain, which can have health issues. Maintaining an ideal weight as well as strong muscles and bones is essential in supporting your cat’s overall good health.

Royal Canin Light Weight Care is made with a special recipe that supports feline weight loss. This complete food is proven to offer a reduced calorie intake by 17%. The high protein and low fat contents also help to reduce weight and support healthy muscle mass. Natural nutritious fibres and psyllium increase the full feeling and reduce excessive feeding in a natural way.

Royal Canin Light Weight Care at a glance:
Balanced dry food for overweight cats.Reduced calorie content: lowers energy intake by 17%
Increases feelings of fullness: selected nutritious fibres and psyllium reduce excessive eating in a natural way
Low fat and high protein contents: perfectly adapted to maintain muscle mass
Limits weight gain: to support the ideal weight
Boosts metabolism: with L-carnitine
Promotes urinary tract health: thanks to a balanced mineral content

Royal Canin Quality Guarantee
All Royal Canin products undergo strict quality controls, in order to ensure your cat receives a premium quality food adapted to meet its individual nutritional needs and specific lifestyle. This means that Royal Canin offers your cat high-quality, balanced nutrition.

Mixed feeding - cleverly combined: the combination of wet and dry food takes on the positive aspects of each type of food. Wet food is particularly delicious for cats, offering vital nutrients and helping promote a high fluid intake for healthy kidneys and urinary tract. A single 100g pouch of wet food can meet half of your cat’s daily fluid needs! Dry food satisfies natural feline behaviour, allowing it to eat small portions throughout the day. It helps support dental and gum health, as well as containing a high concentration of nutrients such as protein and fibre. Numerous studies have shown that feeding your cat a combination of wet and dry food can support your cat’s nature and its health!

Weight 2000 g

Over 12 months old




Dried poultry protein, vegetable protein isolate*, maize, lignocellulose, animal protein (hydrolysed), wheat, maize meal, rice, maize gluten meal, animal fat, dried beet pulp, minerals, yeast, fish oil, psyllium [seeds and husks] (0.5%), soya oil.
*L.I.P. - a sign of quality: selected, highly digestible proteins with high biological value for optimal digestion.


Nutritional additives per kg:
Vitamin A (19,300 IU), vitamin D3 (700 IU), E1 [iron] (34mg), E2 [iodide] (3.4mg), E4 [copper] (10mg), E5 [manganese] (44mg), E6 [zinc] (131mg), E8 [selenium] (0.05mg), L-carnitine (210mg).

Analytical Constituents

protein 40.0 %
fat 10.0 %
fibre 7.9 %
ash 7.1 %
calcium 1.2 %
phosphorus 0.96 %
magnesium 0.08 %
arachicdonic acid 0.07 %
biotine (vitamin H) 3.2 mg/kg
chloride 0.8 %
choline 2500.0 mg/kg
iron 191.0 mg/kg
moisture 7.0 %
folic acid 14.6 mg/kg
iodine 2.4 mg/kg
potassium 0.63 %
copper 24.0 mg/kg
L-carnitine 200.0 mg/kg
linoleic acid 2.6 %
lysine 1.65 %
manganese 60.0 mg/kg
methionine 0.82 %
sodium 0.5 %
niacin (vitamin- B3) 160.0 mg/kg
omega-3 fats 0.45 %
omega-6 fats 2.8 %
pantothenic acid 57.0 mg/kg
plant fibers 15.7 %
selenium 0.2 mg/kg
starch 20.2 %
taurine 0.21 %
zinc 184.0 mg/kg
vitamin A 23000.0 IE/kg
vitamin B1 (thiamine) 25.0 mg/kg
vitamin B12 (cobalamin) 0.16 mg/kg
vitamin B2 (riboflavin) 50.0 mg/kg
vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) 44.0 mg/kg
vitamin C (ascorbic acid) 300.0 mg/kg
vitamin D3 690.0 IE/kg
calories that can be burned 3230.0 kcal/kg

Feeding Guide

Manufacturer’s feeding guidelines per pet in g/day:
Royal Canin Light Weight Care is a complete food for cats.

Cat’s weight Ideal weight Overweight
3kg 50 -
4kg 65 50
5kg 80 65
6kg 95 80
7kg+ - 90

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.
Your pet should always have access to fresh water.

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