Royal Canin Kitten 36

Royal Canin Kitten 36 is a product specifically formulated for kittens that are in the second stage of their development. The second stage of kitten development is generally considered between four and 12 months of age. Once a kitten reaches 12 months of age, it is considered an adult, and you can feed adult cat food.

The second stage of development is when there is a period of rapid muscle and bone development. To help meet the nutritional needs of pets at this development, you can feed them Royal Canin Kitten 36.

This product uses brown rice as the main carbohydrate, because it is supposed to be easier to digest than other forms of carbohydrate.

The primary meat found in this formula is chicken meal. Royal Canin also formulated this product to help prevent the accumulation of tartar and plaque on your kitten's teeth.

Remember whenever you switch diets you should switch them slowly. This is a good idea help cats maintain their digestive health.

If your kitchen is less than four months of age you should feed Royal Canin Baby Cat 34.

For Royal Canin 36 you should feed 5/8-7/8 of a cup per day. This product is available in 3.5, 7, and 15 pound bags.

Free Ebooks

Join our free membership are and get access to at least 4 free pet ebooks!

Top 5 Cat Articles

Cat Training Tools

Training Different Breeds of Cats

Cat Training Books

Cat Punishment Guidelines

Cat Training Articles

[?] Subscribe To
This Site

Add to Google
Add to My Yahoo!
Add to My MSN
Add to Newsgator
Subscribe with Bloglines

Copyright© 2010.