PURINA® GO-CAT® KITTEN with Chicken with Milk and with Vegetables
  • Kitten Food with* Chicken, Milk and Added Vegetables

    PURINA® GO-CAT® KITTEN with Chicken with Milk and with Vegetables

    Kittens are natural explorers, alive to everything in their world. It’s what makes them such fascinating members of the family and brings so much vitality to our home.

    When cats are young they expend a lot of energy on new adventures everyday, and we want to nurture their natural love of discovery by supporting their specific physical needs.

    That’s why Purina® Experts have created Go-Cat® Kitten: delicious quality cat food, carefully balanced to meet the unique needs of kittens with specific nutrition for a healthy, happy start to an adventurous life full of vitality.

    Go-Cat® has been feeding cats with good, wholesome nutrition for decades. We fill millions of bowls and this honour comes with great responsibility. It’s up to us to make sure all cats who eat delicious Go-Cat® get the healthy food they need… That’s why Go-Cat® recipes are made with no added artificial colours, flavourings or preservatives. So you can keep feeding them the same tasty food they love and feel proud about it.

    With Go-Cat®, the world of discovery of your Kitten starts with the right food :

    • 100% complete and balanced nutrition
    • Specially formulated for Kittens up to 1 year, with all the nutrients they need for happy and healthy growth
    • With the right level of vitamin E to support his natural defences

    Go-Cat® Kitten is a recipe specially formulated for the healthy development of your kitten. It provides your little explorer with all the nutrients he needs to ensure a good transition from mother’s milk to solid food and to give your kitten a great start to a life full of discovery.

    Natural defences

    Vitamin E to help support his natural defences

    Healthy growth

    High quality protein to help support healthy growth

    Strong teeth and bones

    Vitamins and minerals to help his teeth and bones grow strong

    Taurine

    Taurine to help promote a healthy heart and good eyesight

    Nutritional information
  • Kitten Food with* Chicken, Milk and Added Vegetables

    NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION

    Complete pet food for kittens

    Composition: Cereals, Meat and animal derivatives (10%*), Vegetable protein extracts, Oils and fats, Vegetables (0.7%**), Minerals, Fish and fish derivatives, Milk and milk derivatives (0.09%***), Yeasts.

    *equivalent to 20% rehydrated meat and animal derivatives, with min. 4% chicken in Y-shape kibbles, equivalent to 3.6% chicken in product.

    **equivalent to 4% rehydrated vegetables in Y-shape kibbles, with 0.6% equivalent to 3.6% vegetables in product.

    ***equivalent to 0.32% rehydrated milk and milk derivatives, with 4% milk in round kibbles.

    Additives: Nutritional Additives

    IU/kg: Vit A: 16 000; Vit D3: 1 300; Vit E: 110.

    mg/kg: Fe(E1): 185; I(3b202): 3.0; Cu(E4): 45; Mn(E5): 20; Zn(3b605): 230; Se(E8): 0.3; Taurine: 1 100.

    Colours* and antioxidants

    *no added artificial colours

    Analytical Constitutes:

    Protein: 35%,
    Fat content: 12%,
    Crude ash: 8%,
    Crude fibres: 2%,

    Overview Feeding guide
  • Kitten Food with* Chicken, Milk and Added Vegetables

    FEEDING GUIDE

    GO-CAT ® Kitten 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 he is able to eat the food alone.

    Every kitten is different - depending on his activity level and body condition, food amounts and/or time allowed to eat may need to be adjusted. Also suitable for pregnant and nursing cats.

    Fresh, clean drinking water should always be available. Sufficient everyday consumption of water is essential for the health of your kitten.

    Nutritional information
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