Royal Canin Cat Food For Maine Coons
Cat food is one of the most important subjects when it comes to our cat's care health. Every Maine Coon cat owner wants to know which is the best cat food. Well, there are so many cat foods on the market. We couldn't possibly change our cats diet regularly and write about it.
It would be like asking "which is the best family sedan?" There are high-quality cars known for safety and durability, and there are the lower-cost ones. It's the same with cat food! There are many holistic, organic, high-quality cat foods. Then there are the lower-cost ones you may find at the supermarket.
It is up to each and every individual cat owner to learn how to read a label. That's the only way to know what your cat is eating. Their health and longevity depend on it! This means reading beyond the word "natural" on the front of the package. Even some "holistic" cat foods have undesirable ingredients.
You don't have to know every ingredient. The second half of the ingredient list tends to list items like 'Thiamine Mononitrate' for example!
So back to Royal Canin cat food. What makes it a Maine Coon cat food? Here is what they offer:
That's it for 'special Maine Coon' ingredients! It's important to note that most, if not all, high-quality cat foods have these ingredients in similar amounts. What else makes Royal Canin cat food a Maine Coon cat food?
Their claim to fame is larger kibble. It's true that a big Maine Coon cat, with it's big jaw tends to swallow food whole. Then they may get sick.
The larger kibble forces the cat to slow down and chew. The cats like the taste, too. And if you read any consumer reviews you will find owners who say their cat loves the food and has a nice shiny coat to boot.
Sold yet? Many owners stop at this point and buy a bag. Seems a perfect fit. But now we are going to take a closer look at the label of this particular Royal Canin pet food.
First, take a quick detour over to our Cat Food Ingredients page. I'll wait here. Back so soon? For those who didn't have time for the detour, here is a quick summary: Never feed your cat Corn, Wheat, Soy, (this isn't in that article yet but will be!) or anything containing the word Gluten.
These are well known as being allergenic, indigestible, the culprits of many health issues. There is enough to say about them to write a whole separate page, so that's what we'll soon do. For now, know that they are to be avoided at all costs.
What do ingredients have to do with why we can't review Royal Canin cat food? Everything! Read part two of this article for the rest. It will deal with the nitty-gritty details.