We have been trying out various other cat foods - particularly non grain diets as they are better for animas, but although our 3 cats will eat them, they still indicate (quite strongly at times!) that they are still hungry & not for the food I have given. So, after a summer of trying & seemingly failing I bought a 4kg of Savoir Exigent by Royal Canin. This has been the fastest demolition of a bag of food ever! All 3 of them LOVE this. So if your furry four-legged feline is being fussy try this.
Great product at a great price! I buy the 'Sensible' version as my cat has sensitive digestive system and other types of food give him diarrhoea! No issues with Sensible and he absolutely loves it! Been eating it for 2-3 years now and hasn't got bored yet! :) :) :)
We have been using this cat food in our cattery for 18yrs+. It is the most popular and least 'problem causing' cat food we have ever used as our 'main' cat food in the cattery. Most our clients now feed it their cats.
i have 3 cats now and they all love this. I was introduced to it from the last cat I rescued from a sanctuary. She feeds all the cats on Royal Canin Sensible.
They absolutely adore these biscuits. They are happy, I am happy, so all is good.
Would certainly recommend buying a small bag for your cat/s for them to sample. I bet you wont look back!!!
One of my Maine Coons is not particular about cat biscuits so I decided to try her on these! She loves them! And now, in fact, she's also eating some of the other Royal Canin Maine Coon and Indoor Long Hair biscuits that I put down!
I have ten cats. All various ages and size mainly rescue. This food lasts them approx 4-5weeks and I free feed and the bowls are always topped up. The ingredients keep them fuller for longer. It may seem to cost more than lesser brands but your actually saving as they don't feel the need to eat constantly. Their coats are now so shiny and soft, breath smells better, solid poops and all in all they are happy and healthy.
I will start by saying I actually don't like royal canin as a company so would prefer not to buy their products!(they don't reply to emails & aren't helpful at all, hills on the other hand are v helpful) but after hills discontinued natures best & trying unsuccessfully with other food that they just didn't like, I decided to try this!& they love it & wolf it down so I guess I'm stuck with royal canin!! Fab food, not so fab company!
My Russian Blue had runny stools and a sensitive stomach that anything would set it off. I tried a variety of dry and wet food before chancing this. Very happy with the result. His stools are better, and he has a healthy appetite. I highly recommend it.
This kibble does what it says on the tin - it's perfect for fussy cats, and that is exactly what I am on the owner of! My cats love this kibble, although not both of them are supposed to be eating it, one is meant to be on a diet, however, it smells and tastes so good (so they tell me) neither can resist it!
I continue to order Royal Canin Exigent food for fussy cats as my cat loves it, he will turn his nose up at lots of other foods to the point of going hungry so it's good to know he will enjoy something even though I still try him out with other food as well.
My cat Blakey baby is a very fussy British Blue. I have tried him on all varieties and costs of kibble, from supermarket to the veterinary clinic.
Hills Science Plan, Purina ONE, James Well beloved - you name it, I have tried him on it.
He really enjoys the Royal Canine EXIGENT fussy cats and for the first time ever in the 5 yrs i have had Blake, there is an empty bowl.