3Royal Canin Sensible 33

Royal Canin Sensible 33

4.7

7 reviews · Statistics

PositivevsNegative
86%14%0%

Pet's Life StagePuppy/Kitten (1)
Side Effects Yes (0) · No (1)
Value for Money
5.0 (1)
Smell
5.0 (1)
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Reviews

7 reviews
CHH
CHH13 posts
 

Best cat food for my cat with diarrhoea

One of the best cat food you can get on the market that significantly helps / eliminated my cat’s diarrhoea / wet poo problem.

The flavour are also excellent with good nutritions as well as easy to digest form shape.

Overall after trying this on my 7 months old cat (prior with many other different types of cat food but all with wet poo problem) it is certainly the best go to food for my cat on a regular basis. Show details

Trish
TrishWAPerth, WA7 posts
 

Low quality

Firstly there's only one protein source which is described as deboned chicken..what does that mean? Are we talking about chicken meal which is higher in protein or are we talking about the water weight of fresh chicken?.People need to realise that dry food is not good for cats and shouldn't make up the bulk of their diet for the sake of convenience.That was a little here in there is ok but not as a meal. You'd do much better to spend the money (these biscuits aren't cheap) on a good quality cat food or raw meat from the butcher. Be careful with meat from pet stores as it could be contaminated with with e-coli as I have experience lately. Show details
Paul
PaulQLDSouth East Queensland, QLD5 posts
 

Worth every cent

My cat had a a very unsettled tummy for months. We tried everything but nothing worked. This product got advised and immediately noticed a positive difference. We will not buy any supermarket food now. They retail for $60 a bag, but shop online and I get them for $45 to $50 a 4kg bag.

Michelle P
Michelle P5 posts
 

My kitty loves this

My cat is prone to stomach upsets, but seems to do very well on this food. He loves the taste and comes running to his bowl when he hears the bag. It's very pricey, but I feed it as a supplement to fresh meat which keeps the price down a bit.

natcho
natchoVICGreater Melbourne (Inner), VIC6 posts
 
Louise03
Louise03ADELAIDE3 posts
 

This is a great brand

This is great for your cat/s if they are suffering from stomach upsets or if they have been ill. My cats enjoy these biscuits even when they haven't been ill or have an upset stomach. Although they are expensive, they are worth the money. I never throw any out, so they are worth it and they are better than the cheap biscuits from the supermarket.
Healthy, my cats love them.
expensive.
MrsDani
MrsDani2 posts
 

Questions & Answers

Mina
Mina

Hi, my cat's poop sometimes got a little blood there. Is this RC sensible suitable for my cat condition? Kindly advice. Thank you.

soraya shuib
soraya shuib

Is royal canin sensible suitable for cat age 1?

Details

CategoryCat Foods
Special Needs
  • Digestive Care
  • Urinary & Renal Care
TypeDry
Life Stage
  • Adult
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