I have just neutered my 6-month-old kitten and I have a couple of questions regarding his new food.
Prior to castration, he had free access to Orijen Cat and Kitten.
Now afterwards, I received suggestions for future cat food alternatives and then they recommended Royal Canin’s Neutered Satiety Balance in both dry and wet food.
My question then is – how should I proceed?
Since I have heard good rumors about Orijen and its grain-free formula, it is difficult to let go of it and replace it with the new one?
Would it be good to mix both Orijen and Royal Canin together, or should I only focus on one variety?
You can if you want to continue to give Orijen Cat and Kitten or some other food from Orijen.
It is important to start limiting the amount of food as neutered cats easily become overweight.
If you just make sure to adapt the feed to your cat’s hole, you can give any regular food.
The reason for recommending a food for neutered cats is that the cats easily gain weight after castration and it can be easier to keep the weight off with a food with fewer calories.
It is also possible to mix these feeds if you want to give a little different.