Wet food for young, growing cats in the 2nd growth phase (4-12 months), helping support healthy development and strengthen the immune system, offering essential energy and suitable for pregnant cats
Royal Kitten in Gravy 12x85g
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- Additives (nutritional additives per kg)
- Analytical Constituents
- Feeding Guide
Meat and animal by-products, grains, vegetable protein extracts, minerals, vegetable by-products, oils and fats, yeast, sugar.
Additives (nutritional additives per kg)
Vitamin D3 (175 IU), E1 [iron] (4mg), E2 [iodine] (0.36mg), E4 [copper] (2.8mg), E5 [manganese] (1.3mg), E6 [zinc] (13mg).
Protein 12%, Fat 4%, Fibre 0.9%, Ash 1.8%, Moisture 78%
Royal Canin Kitten in Gravy is a complete food for kittens up to 12 months.
|Cat’s age||Cat’s weight||Pouches per day|
|9 – 12 months||–||3|
|pregnant cats||3kg||2 1/2 – 3 1/2|
|pregnant cats||5kg||4 – 6|
Daily amount where fed in combination with Royal Canin Kitten dry food:
|Cat’s age||Cat’s weight||Daily serving|
|4 months||–||1 pouch + 45g|
|6 months||–||1 pouch + 45g|
|9 – 12 months||–||1 pouch + 45g|
|pregnant cats||3kg||1 pouch + 30-60g|
|pregnant cats||5kg||1 pouch + 70-115g|
Changing from one food to another should be done gradually so your cat’s intestinal flora has sufficient time to adapt to a new food. Over 7 days, mix Royal Canin wet food in gradually increasing proportions into your cat’s existing diet. This gradual adaptation lowers the risk of diarrhoea. Excessive food intake may also cause digestive problems.
Please note that these are guidelines only. Actual feeding amounts should be adjusted according to your cat’s age, activity levels and circumstances. Monitor your cat’s weight and adjust feeding amounts as required. Daily amounts should be offered spread over two portions a day. Fresh water should be provided at all times.