For picky cats, which primarily select their food via smell, there's Royal Canin 33 Aromatic cat food with a particularly distinct, natural smell to it. Even for cats, which only eat meat, they still pick out this food first due to the delicious smell. Your cat will only tuck in when it likes the smell of its food and cats can be very picky when it comes to selecting food using their sense of smell. Royal Canin Exigent 33 Aromatic Attraction cat food has been developed to meet the special nutritional needs of demanding and fussy cats: Highest acceptance: Royal Canin Exigent 33 dry cat food with aromatic attraction to meet the demands of the fussiest cat Healthy Fur: the balanced nutrients include biotin and borage oil (rich in Omega- 6 fatty acids) to support healthy and beautiful fur. Helps maintain ideal weight: The balanced calorific content meets the nutritional requirements of a cat of ideal weight. Cat's preferences for particular types of foods varies from cat to cat. The species, breed, experiences and habits are just some of the factors affecting preferences, influence whether your cat certain foods or not. That's why some cats have changeable appetites and can sometimes be hard to please. This can sometimes lead to irregular eating, which in turn can result in digestive problems. An irregular, unbalanced diet can even produce negative effects on your cat's fur. Royal Canin has developed the Exigent product line to meet the exclusive nutritional needs of fussy cats, which satisfy even the most demanding of cats. Based on the latest science in palatability, they respond to each cat’s individual preference. For more than 40 years Royal Canin has been making your pet’s health the prime focus of their work leading to the product range “Health Nutrition” amongst others. Only with the knowledge of your pet’s exact nutritional requirements and with respect for the individuality of every animal can the perfect meal be developed and produced to exactly meet your pet’s needs.

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