Appetite Cont Spayed/Neutered
Spaying or neutering leads to a change in hormone levels which causes a cat’s metabolism and energy requirements to decrease by up to 30%. At the same time, spaying or neutering can cause an increase in appetite by up to 20%, which can lead to begging and unwanted behaviours. Appetite control spayed/neutered is formulated with an increased level of soluble and insoluble fibres, along with a ring-shaped, low-density kibble design to help create a feeling of fullness, which leaves a cat feeling satisfied, both during meals and between meals. 81% of owners who tested appetite control spayed/neutered formulas on a cat with a tendency to beg for food were satisfied with the results.