Features Of Applaws cat Food At A Glance:
- 80% meat content
- 20% vegetables and natural extracts
- <15% carbohydrates
- High chicken-based protein content
- No artificial colorings or preservatives
- Rich in omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids for healthy skin and a shiny coat
- Cranberry extract prevents the build-up of harmful bacteria and supports the urinary and digestive tracts
- Yucca extract has an anti-inflammatory effect and neutralizes the pH value
- Balanced calcium/phosphorus ratio
- Developed with vets
- Anti-hairball formula
- Resealable packaging
Dried Chicken Meal (min. 58%), dried potatoes (min. 10%), chicken mince (min. 9%), poultry oil (min. 7%, source of omega-6), poultry juice (min. 3%), beet pulp (min. 3%), dried whole egg (min. 3%), salmon oil (min. 2.6%, source of omega-3, EPA & DHA), dried yeast, cellulose from plant fiber (min. 1%), minerals, cranberry extract, sodium chloride, calcium carbonate, kelp, cranberries, DL-methionine, potassium chloride, yucca extract, lemon extract, rosemary extract.
Feeding recommendations for kittens:
Applaws for kittens are a complete feed.
0 – 4 months: 20 – 55 g daily
4 – 6 months: 55 – 70 g daily
6 – 8 months: 70 – 75 g daily 8 – 14 months: 75 – 85 g daily
Kittens should be got used to solid food from weeks 4-6. Begin by softening it in lukewarm water and gradually reduce the water content.
Please do not use milk. If your kitten is already used to dry food make the change to the new food gradually over 4 days.
Your kitten’s daily requirements may vary according to size, activity levels, and general circumstances.
Feeding recommendation for pregnant or nursing cats:
1.25 – 3 kg: 20 – 40 g daily
3 – 5 kg: 40 – 60 g daily
5 – 8 kg: 60 – 100 g daily
From week 4 of pregnancy, feeding amounts should be increased gradually as per the table above. From week 7 you should be feeding double amounts. After birth, continue to slowly increase feeding amounts to provide as much food as is needed. About 5 weeks after birth you can change back to Applaws dry food for adult cats.
Your cat’s daily requirements may vary according to size, age, activity levels, and general circumstances.