Health starts with curiosity

Did you know more than half of all cats don’t receive veterinary care on a regular basis? That’s why Royal Canin created the Take Your Cat to the Vet campaign to raise awareness of the importance of preventive veterinary care to help cats live healthier, happier lives. Together we can help improve the lives of cats! Here are several ways to get involved:

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Watch Kitten Lady and Friends

Royal Canin is teaming up with cat expert Hannah Shaw for a new special series: Catology Presents Kitten Lady and Friends, a weekly online show covering the topics that matter most to you and your cat’s health because the best way to care for your cat is to learn more about them.

Join the #Cat2Vet movement  

Watch - Tune-in to watch a new cat-centric educational web series: Catology Presents Kitten Lady and Friends, covering everything cat…from behavior to health and nutrition.

Chat – Be curious about your cat’s health – receive a complimentary chat with a veterinarian 24/7, brought to you by Royal Canin and Ask.Vet.

Shop – Purchase your favorite Royal Canin healthy pet cat food from participating PetSmart locations and receive a free vet visit from Banfield.*

Donate – Purchase your Royal Canin cat food from Chewy in August to support veterinary care for shelter cats through*

Be an AdvoCAT for your cat’s health by scheduling a vet appointment today and join the conversation by using #Cat2Vet!

Let's connect - Join the Catology community

Royal Canin invites you to join our new cat community created by cat people for cat people. In addition to the daily conversation around cats, veterinarians, nutritionists and other feline experts will stop by to host chats and provide additional resources for kitten and cat owners.

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Our work is based on a vast and growing scientific understanding of cat health and nutrition. Royal Canin wet and dry foods offer precise nutrition for cats of all ages, sizes and breeds.

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