With* Rabbit and added Vegetables
Friskies Special Needs

Friskies Special Needs

When cats are neutered, they are more prone to put on weight and may develop urinary tract problems. Friskies for Neutered cats is specially formulated to meet the needs of neutered cats and to support their health.

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  • With* Rabbit and added Vegetables

    With* Rabbit and added Vegetables

    ​SPECIALLY FORMULATED FOR NEUTERED CATS.

    Friskies for Neutered cats is a 100% complete and balanced nutrition. With a balanced protein and fat ratio, it helps to maintain your cat's ideal weight. A good balance of minerals and vitamins promotes a healthy urinary tract and supports your cat's natural defences.

    Friskies for Neutered Cats supports your cat's health, vitality and happiness – helping him to surprise and delight your home every day!


    Available in:
    880g - 1.5kg, 2kg, 300g - 400g

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  • With* Rabbit and added Vegetables

    COMPOSITION:
    Cereals, Vegetable protein extracts, Meat and animal derivatives (10%*), Derivatives of vegetable origin, Oils and fats, Minerals, Yeasts and Vegetables (green, orange and yellow kibbles: 0.13% dried vegetables equivalent to 1% vegetables).

    *equivalent to 20% rehydrated meat and animal derivatives, dark and light brown kibbles: minimum 4% Rabbit.

    ADDITIVES: NUTRITIONAL ADDITIVES:
    IU/kg: Vit A: 12 500; Vit D3: 1 000; Vit E: 90 mg/kg: Fe(E1): 145; I(E2): 2,5; Cu(E4): 35; Mn(E5): 16; Zn(E6): 183; Se(E8): 0,25. Taurine: 870
    With colorants and antioxidants.

    ANALYTICAL CONSTITUENTS:
    Protein: 30.0%
    Fat content: 8.0%
    Crude ash: 7.0%
    Crude fibres: 4.5%

    Overview Feeding guide
  • With* Rabbit and added Vegetables

    FEEDING GUIDE

    The adult maintenance averages are based on moderately active cats at normal environmental temperatures. Individual needs vary and feeding should be adjusted as required to maintain your cat at a lean, healthy body weight.

    Fresh, clean drinking water should always be available. Sufficient consumption of water is a necessary part of healthy, every day nutrition.

    Click here [/care-advice/feeding-guide] to find out the feeding guidelines depending on your cat's lifestage or lifestyle.

    Nutritional information
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