Level up daily care with tailored nutrition

Cats like Coco are masters at hiding their health needs. Staying curious about their health is the first step to leveling up their daily care.
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Urinary Care Dry

Efficiently Promotes Urinary Health in Only
10 Days*
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Digestive Care Dry

Over 95% Healthy Stool Quality in 10 Days*
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Weight Care Dry

Over 90% of Cats Lost Weight in Two Months*

Add these healthy habits to their routine

Here are even more ways you can level up your cat care.
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Urinary support

Urinary issues can be affected by diet, stress and lifestyle.

  • Scoop litter boxes daily.
  • Make sure you have one litter box per cat plus one extra.
  • Provide multiple fresh water sources, like an automatic water dispenser.

Healthy digestion

Soft, smelly stool can be a sign of poor digestive health.

  • Use a puzzle feeder to help slow down eating.
  • Avoid human foods and excessive training.
  • Feed a diet that helps support your cat’s digestive health.
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Balanced weight

Too much weight could lead to other problems later, like diabetes and lower urinary tract diseases.


  • Avoid human foods, which often contain more calories than we realize.
  • Watch your cat’s portions. Check the food label carefully to be precise.
  • Make time for playtime to keep your cat stimulated and active.

1. Palatability

Designed with an optimal balance of proteins, fats and carbohydrates to support long-term palatability.

2. Hydration

Wet formulas help support healthy hydration in cats that naturally have a low thirst drive.

3. Weight Management

Routinely feeding a balanced wet food with complimentary dry nutrition can help support a healthy weight.


By taking the Royal Canin pledge to Stay Curious, you are committing to taking the first step in learning more about your cat and their health.

Learn the signs of health changes in my cat and take them to the vet. I will also follow the veterinary team’s advice and continue to do yearly checkups, so my cat gets the professional help they need regularly.


Learn Your Cat's Language

Many people assume that cats communicate via meowing, purring, or hissing.

1. Ear Position

Cats have very sensitive hearing to be able to hunt small rodents. But their ears are also used for communication. Cats can swivel their ears and point them in the direction of things they are interested in or relax them in a slightly backwards direction if they are calm. Pulling their ears downwards, straight to the side, or flat back against their heads all suggest fear, aggression or defensiveness.

2. Scratching

Did you know that cats aren’t just sharpening their claws when they scratch? They are also releasing pheromones into the environment. These chemical signals help cats communicate territory and mark safe areas. Providing your cat with opportunities for scratching is important not only for the health of their claws, but also to help them feel safe and confident in their home.

3. Vocalizations

Cats don’t just meow. They make a variety of different sounds, and each can mean different things. Purring has long been a sign of a relaxed and contented cat. However, in certain situations, cats can also purr when they are anxious or nervous. Cats hiss, spit, growl or shriek when they are fearful, in pain or showing aggression. Of course, cats also meow! Meowing is generally done in greeting, as an invitation to interact.

4. Tails Talk

A tail held out and behind suggests a cat is relaxed and friendly. A tail held up with a slight curl can indicate an outgoing and alert cat. However, when a tail is held downward, either with a fast flick or between the legs, the cat is agitated or fearful.

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