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Royal Canin food help

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bobbybaby2017 Wed 17-May-17 07:04:43

I normally buy the royal canin urinary food from amazon but it's shot up in price so I started shopping around.

I found what I think is the same thing for about £30 less but the packaging is different.

Can anyone tell me if these are the same thing?

dementedpixie Wed 17-May-17 08:20:14

Have you compared the ingredients? Is wet food not better for cats with urinary problems?

dementedpixie Wed 17-May-17 08:21:18

Zooplus is reputable and that's where I buy lots of cat stuff from. It is always cheaper too. Bitiba also good price wise

dementedpixie Wed 17-May-17 08:21:58

I have never seen the royal canin with that packaging before (the Amazon one)

SoupDragon Wed 17-May-17 08:24:43

£30 less???

SoupDragon Wed 17-May-17 08:27:29

It's new packaging according to the royal canin website.

Soubriquet Wed 17-May-17 08:34:02

My pet shop has both versions in so it must be a legit packaging

There's no price difference though

dementedpixie Wed 17-May-17 09:00:05

Zooplus is always cheaper though. I get wet food there that is £2 cheaper per pack than pets at home

Toddlerteaplease Wed 17-May-17 09:24:41

I get my Royal Canin from Zooplus. £44 for a 12kg bag. Cheapest anywhere.

bobbybaby2017 Wed 17-May-17 15:25:51

Oh thanks guys. It's £105 on amazon for two 9kg bags so definitely cheaper on zooplus.

The vet recommended the dry food for our boy cat and he loves this. Plus it's safe for our girl cat to eat as they are indoor cats who graze at food.

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