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What would you do for your cats? This is my cat, Jazzy. We got him when he was just small enough to fit in your hand and soon he grew into a beautiful cat. Of course like most cats when they're young, Jazzy was very active and playful. But once he got to be an adult, he turned into one lazy cat. Whenever you wanted to find him, all you had to do was look in a windowsill.
Jazzy was always a sweet cat even as he got older, but once he did start to age we started to notice problems he was having. He had a very sensitive stomach so eventually we switched him to Royal Canin's Special 33. After giving that to him for a while, he seemed to be feeling a lot better.
Eventually Jazzy did up having some serious problems though. One night we found him straining to use the bathroom and also throwing up at the same time. After rushing him to the emergency room, we found out he had a UTI and he needed surgery right away. Of course since he was like a member of our family, we said yes and ended up paying thousands of dollars to help save him.
When Jazzy was on special food, we had to feed him separately. If you have a problem feeding your cats different foods because they all share, feed them separately or at different times to help.
Founded by a veterinarian in 1968, Royal Canin has more than 40 years of experience in delivering individualized nutritional solutions. The Royal Canin product line offers a range of diets based on size, age, breed, lifestyle and special needs. Royal Canin diets are available at veterinary hospitals and pet specialty stores nationwide.
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