You will never see the following in our foods
- No beef
- No pork
- No soya
- No wheat
- No dairy
- No eggs
- no fillers
Natural omega-3 and -6 fats from sunflower.
Linseed and fish oils.
Chicory inulin, a natural prebiotic to help support the digestive tract.
No added artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.
Glucosamine to help support joints.
Additives per kg: Vitamins: E671/Vitamin D3, 300 iu, taurine, 500mg.Trace elements:E1/iron, 59.3mg, E2/iodine, 3.6mg, E4/copper, 18.1mg, E5/manganese, 11.1mg, E6/zinc, 79.7mg,
Analytical Constituents:moisture 81%, protein 10.0%, crude fibres 0.5%, fat content 4.5%, crude ash 1.8%,
Cats and kittens like to eat little and often, so the daily serving should ideally be split into several smaller meals throughout the day. Supply plenty of clean, fresh drinking water at all times.
What is the expected adult body weight?
In most cases, all we have to go on is the weight of the mother but remember that, in general, the male kitten will be around 30% heavier than its female littermate at maturity. So, if the mother weighs around 3.5kg, then that’s a good estimate for the female kitten’s final weight, but the Tom could be a whole kilo heavier at around 4.5kg.
What is a normal cat?
We think that he or she has the correct bodyweight, spends a lot of time sleeping and grooming but is allowed to roam outdoors and enjoys a regular play session with their owner.
If feeding both wet and dry food during the day, reduce the daily allowance of dry food by 20g for every pouch fed.
The recommended daily serving is only a guide as requirements vary considerably from cat to cat and can depend on whether other foods are also offered. Ideally, split the daily allowance into numerous meals throughout the day – cats like to be fed little and often. Feed at room temperature. If the whole pouch is not used, refrigerate unused portion. Supply plenty of clean, fresh drinking water at all times.