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Feline Natural Chicken & Lamb Feast
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100g - $14.99 NZD
320g - $36.99 NZD
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Feline Natural Freeze Dried Range
Inspired by our beautiful New Zealand environment and guided by world leading science, Feline Natural provides the Best Blends of Nature in nutrition for cats.
Give your cat the natural goodness of fresh pure ingredients with the added benefit of an intense meaty flavour boost.
Feline Natural’s unique core diets contain 99% wholefood ingredients from grass-fed, free range beef & lamb, cage-free chicken, & sustainably caught fish
Made fresh in New Zealand
Use as a complete meal or sprinkle over your cat’s food as a tasty topper
Made without Grain, Wheat, Gluten, GMO Ingredients, Corn, Soy, Cereals, Dairy, Rice, Potato or any other Fillers
Made specifically for Cats of all life stages, including kittens
Chicken, Lamb Heart, Lamb Kidney, Lamb Liver, Lamb Blood, Flaxseed Flakes, New Zealand Green Mussel, Dried Kelp, Taurine, Vitamin E Supplement, Magnesium Oxide,
Zinc Proteinate, Copper Proteinate, Manganese Proteinate, Thiamine Mononitrate, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Folic Acid.
Minimum Crude Protein 48%
Minimum Crude Fat 31%
Maximum Crude Fibre 1%
Maximum Moisture 8%
Minimum Taurine 0.52%
To use as a complete & balanced meal:
Use a standard 8oz (240mL) cup and fill with food/water to the measurements indicated in the feeding guide and follow the serving instructions below.
Small cat (1-2.5kg/2.2-5.5lb) Food ⅓ – ¾ cups, Water ⅓ – ¾ cups per day
Medium cat (2.5-5kg) Food ¾–1 ½ cups, Water ¾–1 ½ cups per day
Large cat (5-7.5kg) Food 1 ½–2 cups, Water 1 ½–2 cups per day
Please note that these feeding recommendations are a guide only as your individual cat’s requirements may vary by +/-50%.
Kittens and Nursing
For kittens and pregnant or nursing mothers, feed up to 2-3 times the above adult
Always consult your veterinarian as requirements vary based on number of kittens and
stage of lactation
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