Some have live bacteria for digestive health and Omega-3 DHA to promote brain development. As such, the choice goes beyond the simple decision of whether to give your kitten dry kibble or wet food. Even so, that remains an important consideration, so what's it to be? Well, dry cat food is a great option. It is perfect for maintaining the health of your kitten's teeth, not least by removing plaque and tartar build-up. It will also give your furball all of the vitamins, minerals, and protein they need, with the bonus of it not smelling as much as the wet variety and also being easier to store.
The ratio of proteins to fat and carbohydrates, and other essential nutrients, in Royal Canin’s Kitten food is perfectly set up to deliver everything a growing kitten needs. This means that unless you’ve found yourself a fussy little fluff ball who craves a bit more variety, Royal Canin can easily be your kittens-only food. Though it’s useful to note that Royal Canin’s dry kitten food is formulated to complement the wet stuff so you can add a bit of crunch to your little one’s diet.
This food isn’t grain-free, and while a small amount of grain as part of a well-rounded diet shouldn’t be a problem, it’s worth bearing in mind for cat parents. It’s also worth noting that while this product does claim to be free of fillers (foods that bulk up a product while adding little nutritional value), corn grain and whole-grain sorghum are ingredients that many consider to be fillers.