For Royal Canin, the diet of the cat must take into account all parameters such as age, its physiology, breed, lifestyle and individual characteristics. This also applies to the diet after a performed castration. Royal Canin Sterilized cat food helps to prevent overweight after neutering. Already 48 hours after neutering, your cat's food intake increases by 20%, while at the same time its energy needs decrease by about 30%. Reduced carbohydrate content can lead to a slight increase in blood sugar levels, preventing early hunger pangs. Urinary stones are more common in sterilized cats, especially if they are overweight, because they usually drink less and therefore urinate less. Controlled mineral content will keep urine pH appropriately low and contribute to urinary tract health. Mixed feeding - wisely combined: The combination of wet food and dry food combines the positive properties of both types of food. Wet food is particularly tasty for cats, provides important nutrients and promotes kidney and urinary tract health with a high fluid content. A portion bag of 100 g wet food already covers half of the daily liquid requirement. Dry food corresponds to the natural cat behavior of eating small portions every now and then throughout the day. In addition to caring for teeth and gums, another advantage of dry food is the high concentration of nutrients such as protein or fiber. Numerous studies confirm: the combination of wet and dry food supports both nature and the health of cats.