Purina One Kitten Food Chicken, 2.8kg

Purina One Kitten Food Chicken, 2.8kg

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PURINA ONE Kitten is specifically designed to answer the nutritional needs of kittens (from weaning to 12 months) and pregnant or lactating cats.
Having a balanced gut microbiome is essential for the good health of your cat. It has a direct impact on their natural defences. The microbiome is an ecosystem containing trillions of microorganisms that live in the gut and are unique to each cat. The balance of microorganisms is important to make positive effect on your cat’s digestive health, natural defences, and overall well-being.
PURINA ONE BIFENSIS is nutritional formula with a beneficial functional bacteria: Lactobacillus, scientifically proven to strengthen your cat’s natural defences from the inside out and helps protect a healthy gut microbiome. Purina ONE BIFENSIS contains high-quality ingredients, including prebiotic: chicory, which nurtures good bacteria in the gut to improve your cat’s gut microbiome for maintaining your cat in a good health.
From a healthy digestion and strong natural defences to a shiny coat you can see visible results on your cat’s health today and tomorrow.

Chicken (including bone, meat, skin) (17%), dried poultry protein, wheat (14%), wheat gluten, animal fats, soya meal, corn protein meal, pea protein, corn starch, dried chicory root (2%), corn, minerals, digest (with added heat treated Lactobacillus Delbrueckii and Fermentum powder 0.025%), yeast, fish oil

Protein: 41.0%
Fat content: 20.0%
Crude ash: 8.0%
Crude fibre: 2.0%
DHA: 0.05%
Omega 3 fatty acids: 0.4%
Omega 6 fatty acids: 3.0%

Recommended daily amount (g/day)
Kitten’s age Quantity
6-12 weeks 50-65
12-26 weeks 65-75
26-52 weeks 75-70

Should be introduced at 3 to 4 weeks of age. Product should be mixed with water to make eating easier. Increase the quantity as the kitten starts to eat more and reduce the quantity of water added when kitten is able to eat the food alone. Each kitten is different, depending on the kitten activity level and body condition, food amounts and/or time allowed to eat may need to be adjusted. Increase gradually the amount of food given during gestation/lactation.
Fresh, drinking water should always be available.