Article 1: Catsmart.com.sg Royal Canin Cat Food Review Royal Canin cat food is formulated for cats and kittens of every age and breed. Most cat owners don't realize that there are different nutritional needs for cats in different living situations. For instance, an indoor cat has a more sedentary lifestyle and therefore has different nutritional needs than an outdoor cat. The best thing to do is talk to your veterinarian to determine what types of nutrients and vitamins your kitty needs the most. Felines are susceptible to all kinds of health conditions, including polycystic kidney disease, gum disease, hairball problems, heart disease, and more. Kittens who weren't weaned properly are in danger of developing health conditions at a young age. If you want your kitty to live as long as possible, you need to make sure he or she eats healthy meals filled with all of the right ingredients. Unfortunately, cats can be very picky about what they eat. They won't eat something if they don't the taste, no matter how healthy it is. For this reason, Royal Canin has developed a variety of flavours and meals to suit any cat's tastes. Since we all know that cats change their minds about what flavours they like on a daily basis, you should go with a few different flavours. Adult cats that have sensitive stomachs can eat one of the company's Digestive Special 33 meals. This formula comprises of the ingredients the cat needs for maintaining good digestive health. It's guaranteed to have crude protein, crude fibre, moisture, and other essential ingredients. If you're a proud owner of a Maine Coon, you'll be glad to know that there is Royal Canin cat food formulated just for Maine Coons. This formula provides them with all of the nutrients they need, from young adult to ten years of age. It caters to the pet with a large kibble that encourages chewing. One of the important ingredients found in this food is Omega 6 - an essential fatty acid that provides a feline with a full, beautiful coat. A cat's appetite decreases as it starts to age. Cats over seven or eight years of age are highly susceptible to mouth problems such as ulcers and gingivitis. This makes it difficult and even painful for them to eat. If you have an older cat, it's important that you feed him or her with food that is easy to chew and swallow. This brand of food is ideal for senior felines. It's also formulated to support digestive health. All in all, this is a must-have brand of cat and kitten food. No matter how picky your kitty might be, you can be sure that he or she will love some of the Royal Canin cat food flavours. ABOUT THE AUTHOR John Alex writes an interesting articles and blogs on pets and help people in making the right choices for purchasing cats and kittens. He recommends CatSmart as the best name to trust for cats and cat products in Singapore.