• Maintains urinary health in neutered cats that are at increased risk of Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease, through a balanced formula which reduces the risk of urinary stone formation.
  • Helps maintains an ideal body weight thanks to a precise balance of protein, carbohydrate and fat. High protein (41%) and low fat (12%).
  • Helps protect teeth from plaque and tartar build-up thanks to a crunchy kibble texture.

Recommended daily amount (g/day):

Cat Weight Quantity
2-4 kg 30-60g
4-6 kg 60-90g
6-8 kg 90-130g

Feeding quantities required to maintain ideal body condition will vary, depending on age, activity and environment. Watch your cat's weight and adjust food amounts accordingly.

Clean, fresh drinking water should always be available. For your cat’s health, consult your veterinarian regularly.

Salmon (20%), maize gluten meal, rice, dehydrated poultry protein, maize, dehydrated tuna protein, wheat fibre, pea protein concentrate, wheat gluten meal, dried egg, minerals, animal fat, digest, yeast.

MACRONUTRIENTSUNITRich in Salmon
Protein%41
Fat%12
Carbohydrates%30
Crude Fibre%4.5
VITAMINS

AIU/kg21888
D3IU/kg2804
EIU/kg782
Kmg/kg0.2
Cmg/kg80
B1 Thiaminemg/kg32.7
B2 Riboflavinmg/kg16.7
B3 Niacinmg/kg190.4
B5 Pantothenic Acidmg/kg52.1
B6 Pyridoxinemg/kg16.0
B8 Biotinmg/kg0.3
B9 Folic Acidmg/kg5.4
B12 Cobalaminemg/kg0.3
Total B-Vitaminsmg/kg314
Cholinemg/kg3700
ESSENTIAL MINERALS

Calcium%1.3
Phosphorus%1.1
Sodium%0.4
Chloride%0.7
Potassium%0.8
Magnesium%0.1
Ironmg/kg245
Zincmg/kg185
Coppermg/kg19
Manganesemg/kg24
Iodinemg/kg2.4
Seleniummg/kg0.5
ESSENTIAL OMEGA FATTY ACIDS

Omega - 6%1.69
Omega - 3%0.90
Linoleic Acid%1.34
Arachidonic Acid%0.35
DHA%0.49
OTHER NUTRIENTS

Taurine%0.2
Beta-carotene (added)mg/kg27
ENERGY CONTENT

Energy*Kcal/kg3490
*metabolisable energy calculated

What to ask the vet at the clinic

What to ask the vet at the clinic