PURINA ONE Kitten is specifically designed to meet the nutritional needs of kittens (from weaning to 12 months) and pregnant or lactating cats.
Kittens have a lot of growing up to do very quickly. Their bodies need to build muscle, be strong and have a fully developed immune system - all in just 6 months. Kittens need correct nutrition for their rapid growth and high energy levels. Similarly, pregnant and lactating queens have special nutritional requirements for milk production and nursing growing kittens. Purina ONE Kitten/Junior, with Actilea formula, meets their requirements, helping to support the development of a healthy immune system, promoting optimal growth and is made with smaller kibbles, ideal for a kitten's mouth. Purina ONE Actilea is formulated with yeast, prebiotics and antioxidants to help support your kitten's natural defences.
- Healthy development of vital functions supported by a nutrient profile adapted to the growth phase
- Healthy development of muscle mass and skeleton thanks to high level of proteins and balanced minerals
- Highly digestible thanks to high
- Oral care for gums and teeth provided by essential nutrients and crunchy morsels
- Contains a source of DHA, a functional nutrient also found in mother’s milk, proven to stimulate kittens’ brain and vision development
Chicken (17%), dried poultry protein, maize gluten meal, wholegrain wheat (12%), animal fat, soya meal, wheat gluten meal, maize starch, pea protein concentrate, dried chicory root (2%), minerals, maize, digest, yeast (1%), fish oil.
Protein: 41.0 %, Fat content: 20.0 %, Crude ash: 8.0 %, Crude fibres: 2.5 %, DHA: 0.05 %
IU/kg: Vit A: 33 000; Vit D3: 1 000; Vit E: 700
mg/kg: Vit C: 170; Taurine: 750; Fe(E1): 290; I(E2): 3.5; Cu(E4): 55; Mn(E5): 120; Zn(E6): 490; Se(E8): 0.33
to 12 weeks 23-76 in 2-3 meals or ad libitum
12 to 26 weeks 46-102 in 2 meals or ad libitum
26 to 52 weeks 102-51 in 2 meals or ad libitum
Pregnant cat Min. 95 or ad libitum
Nursing cat Min. 190 or ad libitum
Purina ONE Kitten contains a natural source of DHA, a functional nutrient found in mother's milk, important for kittens' brain and vision development.