Complete and balanced diet that can be used for elimination diet trials and long-term nutrition

Limited ingredient diet made with pea and rabbit, which are rarely associated with food sensitivities in cats

Promotes healthy skin and a shiny coat with EPA & DHA, omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil

Reinforces the skin barrier with essential nutrients to support healthy skin in cats with skin sensitivity and irritation

Whether a veterinarian has determined through an elimination diet trial that your cat has food sensitivities or that she requires long-term support for her skin issues, your vet recommended Royal Canin Selected Protein Adult PR wet cat food for a reason. This highly palatable, highly digestible, complete and balanced diet can help your cat live her most magnificent life. It’s formulated with a novel protein, rabbit, to help cats with food sensitivities resulting from common proteins. And omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA help promote healthy skin and coat. Ask your vet about feeding your adult cat Royal Canin Selected Protein Adult PR dry cat food as a complement.

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Water sufficient for processing, rabbit, rabbit liver, pea flour, vegetable oil, natural flavors, powdered cellulose, fish oil, calcium sulfate, carrageenan, carob bean gum, sodium tripolyphosphate, taurine, vitamins [DL-alpha tocopherol acetate (source of vitamin E), L-ascorbyl-2-polyphosphate (source of vitamin C), niacin supplement, D-calcium pantothenate, biotin, pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6), riboflavin supplement, thiamine mononitrate (vitamin B1), vitamin A acetate, folic acid, vitamin B12 supplement, vitamin D3 supplement], calcium carbonate, choline chloride, sodium carbonate, trace minerals [zinc proteinate, manganese proteinate, zinc oxide, ferrous sulfate, copper sulfate, manganous oxide, sodium selenite, copper proteinate, calcium iodate], potassium chloride, marigold extract (Tagetes erecta L.).

Calorie Content

This diet contains 1000 kcal ME/kg; 145 kcal ME/can on an as fed basis (calculated).

Nutrient Amount
Crude Protein (min)9.4%
Crude Fat (min)4.5%
Crude Fiber (max)1.9%
Moisture (max)79.5%.
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Customer reviews

Mackenzie_13
16 Nov 2022

Always on back order

This food continuously goes on back order. My cat has IBD and can't eat anything else without having diarrhea or vomiting. This is a problem for many animals.
Royal Canin response
I am sorry to learn that you are having difficulty acquiring this product. Rest assured the product is not discontinued. We are seeing some intermittent out of stock due to high demand.
Margie22
30 Oct 2022

It’s becoming unaffordable

My two cats have been doing well on this food for several years. However, I agree with other reviewers about the cost being very high and the cans decreasing in size. I opened a can last night that was 1/3 water.
Ryan S
30 Aug 2022

Priče Goes Up - Food Amount Goes Down - OOS

Used to be great - more and more expensive with less food and more and more runny and still can't find it in stock any where!!!!!! This is absolutely ridiculous! Our cat has digestive issues and can only eat this version so we have to keep posting the higher and higher prices even though the quality of food continues to go down and now, again, it is out of stock everywhere.... Get it together!!!!!!!!!!
InThePoorHouse
22 Jul 2022

Outrageous price.. and it keeps going up

Both of my cats are on this food (to which they are no alternatives for them). The price increases can't be explained by inflation. We've had to cut back on my grocery spending for us.
Nonsense Pricing
07 Jul 2022

Price jumped 13% in 2 weeks. 25% in 6 months

Not to mention in smaller cans now. Guess I can't buy it anymore.
Socks and Lulu
31 May 2022

Cat Royal Canin PR

My cat Lulu absolutely loves this food even though she’s on a very strict diet I’m thankful that she enjoys eating Royal Canin PR
Nimsmom
31 May 2022

Cat still loves it

My Nimbus has food allergies and has been on PR since October 2020. His litterbox issues stopped quickly and he’s been stable since. He also really enjoys the flavor. I’m hoping to try the PD soon to see if I can give him variety. I wish it wasn’t so expensive but it keeps my boy healthy!
Laura W
31 May 2022

My cats love it when they can get it

It's NEVER available and if you raise your prices like you did with the kibble, it will be unaffordable for this household
kjskysim
15 Mar 2022

Love the food, keeps going out of stock.

Both my cats love the PR and PV Selected Protein. One of my cats has small cell lymphoma and pancreatitis so it's important that he eats well. I have not found any other food he will eat as well. Why do these keep running out of stock.
Lisa 112
17 Nov 2021

PLEASE return to old formula without powdered cell

Many years back I had a girl cat with IBD and the PR helped her with vomiting. About that time the powdered cellulose was not used. My male cat could not tolerate the new formula when the powdered cellulose was added. I had to find other brands, but he always hunches and vomit , reflux problems. I retried the PR again for over 2 weeks now and he has been in worse pain, hunching and tailed tucked close to and under his body when lying down. As before the powdered cellulose made his stools unusually large, sometimes black in color- but he has had that color sometimes in the past. PLEASE return to the old formula or remove the powdered cellulose. Better the food be soupy than have fillers. I see other reviews of the cats becoming ill again with the new formula. These cats are fighting for their lives. The old formula made a difference in stopping the suffering of IBD and IBS.