Nutriment Dinner for Cats Rabbit with Turkey Raw Cat Food, 46 x 175g Trays - FULL BOX
Our award-winning rabbit with turkey Dinner for Cats recipe is an enhanced, complete raw meal featuring high-quality fresh rabbit, bone and offal, human-grade quality raw turkey and turkey offal, with nutrient dense superfoods. These carefully selected ingredients deliver essential nutrition including quality protein, essential fatty acids, vitamins and minerals which promote optimal feline health and wellbeing. Free from artificial and biologically inappropriate ingredients such as grains, additives and preservatives, which are often found in commercial cat food, our recipe is easily digestible, great tasting and highly nutritious. Our rabbit with turkey Dinner for Cats meal comes in single-serve trays (depending on your cat's size) for convenience and appropriate portion control.
Suitable for all breeds - Sold in 175g trays. For help about how much fits in a box, and details about the delivery of your order, please click here. Feed 2-3% of the cat's ideal body weight per day, ideally spread over two meals. Cats prefer their food very fresh and warm.
Whole Fresh Rabbit with bone and offal, British Turkey with bone, British Turkey Heart, British Turkey Liver, Scottish Cold Water Salmon Oil, Raw Sea Kelp Powder, Spirulina Powder, Wheatgerm Oil
Contains 80% fresh meat, 10% offal and 10%bone.
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Both rabbit and turkey are lean meats which are naturally low in fat whilst being rich in quality protein. This makes them both great choices of protein for cats, and particularly recommended for cats who are overweight or suffer from weight related conditions.
Rabbit meat and offal is an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, which promote a healthy coat and skin for your cat, as well as vitamin B3 and B12, potassium and selenium. Turkey is also packed with essential nutrients such as niacin, vitamin B6, selenium and phosphorous, which are crucial, for optimal nervous system and immune system health, as well as contributing to the health of the thyroid, bones, skin, teeth, coat and blood. The ground bone also contributes to oral hygiene and health.
Rabbit is considered a 'novel' protein for cats. This means cats generally have not developed intolerances or allergies towards it. This makes rabbit a great protein choice for cats who suffer from sensitive stomachs, common allergies and intolerances.
High-quality turkey offal (heart and liver) adds a highly enjoyable taste for cats, as well as a boost of nutrients to the recipe. Rich in riboflavin, niacin, thiamin, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, pantothenic acid, selenium and iron, these raw ingredients add essential nutrition to our raw cat food.
At Nutriment, we are advocates of including digestion-friendly superfoods in our raw cat food products. Our raw beef cat food formula includes salmon oil, spirulina and raw sea kelp powder, which are packed with nutrients including protein, Omega-3, vitamin K, riboflavin, folate, calcium, iron and magnesium, which all contribute to optimal feline health and wellbeing.
Our Dinner for Cats range is also suitable for dogs.
Our Rabbit with Turkey Dinner for Cats recipe is available in 175g trays.
This is a frozen raw meat product and must be stored and handled accordingly. Once defrosted this product will remain fresh for 3-4 days in the refrigerator.
Typical analysis as fed:
- Moisture: 63.2%
- Protein: 17.6%
- Fat: 8.4%
- Ash (inorganic matter): 3.5%
- Fibre: 0.4%
- Taurine: 765 mg/kg
Moisture - the natural presence found in the ingredients
Protein - are biological molecules consisting of one or more chains of amino acids
Fat - includes all fats: saturated fats, trans fats, and the unsaturated fats, polyunsaturated and monounsaturated
Ash (inorganic matter) - is the inorganic residue remaining after the water and organic matter have been removed
Fibre - the term given to the indigestible part of food
Minimum guidelines for F.E.D.I.A.F. Adult 0.2, Early Growth and Reproduction 0.25 units per 100g dry matter Guidelines by F.E.D.I.A.F. Adult 1/1, Early Growth and Reproduction 1/1.