Weight Management

One in three cats is considered overweight. Sadly this can lead to many health issues, including heart and respiratory problems, diabetes and arthritis.

Weight control foods have a restricted amount of calories and fat, whilst maintaining the right amounts of protein, fatty acids, vitamins, minerals and fibre to help keep them feeling full. This means they will still retain the necessary balance of nutrients, whilst losing weight.

Reducing portion size in regular (not diet or weight loss) food will often not lead to weight loss. The cat will feel hungrier, may not get the right amount of hydration or nutrition and will beg, scavenge and hunt more. Having a cat that is constantly meowing for food is no fun for anyone. Weight control foods are specifically designed to feed the same amount, with fewer calories per bite.