Canagan Light/Senior Dry Kibble For Cats
Canagan Light/Senior/Sterilised dry kibble cat food is for overweight, senior and sterilised cats.
Canagan's freshly prepared chicken is produced to an equivalent human food standard and are perfectly complimented with vegetables and botanicals. Let your cat show you this is the ultimate taste experience.
Canagan Senior Cat Kibble recipe contains
- freshly Prepared Free-Run Chicken - Chicken is an excellent source of protein, vitamins, phosphorous and selenium which is good for the immune system.
- Sweet Potato - A highly digestible premium source of slow-release energy, rich in anti-oxidants and a great source of soluble fibre.
- Seaweed - Provides a natural and valuable source of minerals which contain iodine to support thyroid function and control metabolism.
- Marigold, Cranberry and Camomile - Marigold stimulates white blood cell production and strengthens the immune system. Cranberry is rich in Vitamin C and helps promote a healthy urinary tract. Camomile is thought to reduce stress.
Freshly Prepared Deboned Free Range Chicken (23%), Dried Chicken (18%), Freshly Prepared Deboned Salmon (16%), Sweet Potato, Dried Salmon (10%), Potato, Dried Egg (3%), Chicken Fat (2%), Chicken Gravy (2%), Alfalfa, Salmon Oil (1%), Minerals, Vitamins, Cranberry, Apple, Carrot, Spinach, Seaweed, Fructooligosaccharides, Glucosamine (350 mg/kg), Chondroitin sulphate (240 mg/kg), Mannanoligosaccharides, Camomile, Peppermint, Marigold, Aniseed & Fenugreek.
Canagan For Cats can be introduced at weaning, mixed with some water. When the kitten is fully weaned Canagan can be fed starting at approximately 30g split into 3 or 4 meals a day. In the first few weeks the kibble may need to be crushed.
When feeding Canagan for the first time we suggest you introduce gradually over a week. On day one mix 25% Canagan with 75% of the previous food, on day three make it 50% of each, day five is 75% Canagan, working up to 100% Canagan on day seven.
Each cat is unique and the optimal feeding amounts vary significantly depending on factors such as age, activity, metabolism and environment. As a starting point we suggest you begin at the lower end of our guide and adjust accordingly. If the cat looks overweight reduce food intake by 10% If the cat looks underweight increase food intake by 10% Continue until the correct weight is achieved.
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Always ensure there is clean drinking water available.
Store in a cool dry place.
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