Royal Canin Persian Adult 30

Manufacturer: Royal Canin

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Royal Canin Persian Adult 30 Dry is designed for adult Persian cats from 1 year to 10 years including when pregnant or lactating. Also a suitable maintenance diet for other adult long haired cats.

The balanced ratio of fermentable and non-fermentable fibres in each kibble promotes hairball elimination making Persian diet an ideal maintenance food for adult Persian cats or any other long haired breed that are prone to fur balls.

Persian cats have a higher risk of bladder stone formation (uroliths). Because of this Persian diet contains potassium citrate which ensures the urinary environment is unfavourable to the formation of oxalate crystals and stones.

Persians are renowned for their fantastic long, thick coats. The Persian diet is specifically formulated to promote skin health, a glossy coat and intensified coat colour. The unusual facial conformation of this breed (extremely foreshortened muzzle - known as brachycephalic) can cause problems when eating. That is why each kibble is specifically shaped to suit this breed making Persian diet a highly digestible and optimal choice for the Persian breed.


I have been using Royal Canin Persian 30 for 5 years now and wouldnt use anything else my cats have lovely coats and its really good for their digestion I have just found this website and noticed the price is cheaper than where I have been buying it locally !

Review by Marguerite Abbott


I really love my Persian cat. She is my closest friend and I would do anything to make sure that she is healthy at all times. This is exactly why I purchased this product and I must say that I am really satisfied. It does seem that it is better than all the others. I guess this is because the formula is built exactly for Persian cats. The Royal Canin line has always had great products but I never actually knew how great till I tried this one. I really, warmly recommend it. I am quite sure that I will never need to buy anything else and this is quite something rare these days.

Review by Preeya Smith