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Royal Canin British Shorthair Cat Food Pouch 85g

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SKU
I236902
Benefits
MODERATE ENERGY - Adapted fat content for effective weight management. HEALTHY URINARY SYSTEM - Helps support a healthy urinary system. HEALTHY SKIN & COAT - Helps maintain skin and coat health.
Health and Wellbeing
For healthy Adult breed cats, over 12 months old
Care Instructions
For feeding guidelines, see packaging.
Breed
All
Wet Food Form
Pouches
Life Stage
All
Description
Feeding cats a diet suited to their breed, age, size, lifestyle and specific sensitivities contributes to protecting their health. Specially balanced diets are able to guarantee all the nutrients necessary for your cats wellbeing.
Ingredients
meat and animal derivatives, cereals, fish and fish derivatives, vegetable protein extracts, minerals, derivatives of vegetable origin, oils and fats, various sugars

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