Wagg purr Cat Treats with Chicken 60g
Purr Cat Treats with Chicken are a complementary pet food for cats. Designed to be fed as a reward or treat in between meals.
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Suitable for: All cats
Does it include any artificial flavours, colours or preservatives? No artificial colours, flavours or added sugar
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How does it keep my cat fit and healthy?
· Preserved with added natural antioxidants sourced from rosemary extract and mixed tocopherols.
· Formulated with chelated minerals. These minerals are from an organic rather than inorganic source for superior absorption in the body.
· With taurine to help support a healthy heart and eyes.
· Enriched with vitamins.
· With Omega 3 oils for a healthy supple skin and glossy coat.
Wheat flour, Digest, Vegetable oil, Dried chicken liver (10%), Gelatine, Shrimp meal, Rice, Fish meal, Whey powder, Minerals, Yeast, Rosemary extract.
Nutritional Additives: Vitamin A 22,000 iu, Vitamin D3 2,200 iu, Vitamin E (alpha tocopherol acetate) 250 mg, Taurine 1000 mg, Zinc chelate of amino acid hydrate 666.7 mg, Manganese chelate of amino acid hydrate 333.3 mg, Iron chelate of amino acid hydrate 333.3 mg, Copper chelate of amino acid hydrate 49.9 mg, Organic selenium S. cerevisiae CNCM l-3060: 43.5 mg, Calcium iodate anhydrous 2.3 mg. Antioxidants (tocopherol rich extracts of natural origin 1000 mg).
Amount (per kg)
Crude Oils and Fats
A complementary pet food for all cats from 12 weeks onwards. Feed anytime as a treat. When feeding treats reduce your cat's main meal to keep them in a lean, active condition. Fresh drinking water should be provided at all times.
This information is provided as a guide only. Please refer to the product packaging for full details. The feeding quantities are based on the average healthy cat. Individual feeding needs depend on many factors, including weight, age, size, activity level and environment. So, feeding amounts needed may vary and should be adjusted as required to maintain a lean, healthy body and weight.
If your cat has a mixed diet, perhaps wet and dry food, then be sure to alter the feeding quantities accordingly to avoid over-feeding your cat.
Again, feel free to call our pet health specialist for more advice on 01789-205-095