Almo Nature is the pet food, produced with natural ingredients, that returns 100% of its profits to cats, dogs and biodiversity through the projects of the Fondazione Capellino.
Discover the new, improved recipes of Holistic Dry cat food now made with 26% fresh meat or fresh fish originally fit for human consumption, and that are now used as ingredients in this cat food.
Formulated without GMO and naturally preserved without artificial colouring or chemical preservatives, Holistic provides a high quality, complete and balanced meal, that guarantees quality and transparency, even on the label.
Prepared with 26% fresh meat/fish originally fit for human consumption High quality animal proteins Complete and balanced meal for cats of all breeds Not tested on animals
The white meat, red meat, fish, vegetables and grains used in these recipes are suitable for the highest quality pet food.
Suitable for adult cats of all breeds
Chicken 46% (fresh chicken 26%, dried chicken 20%), maize*, rice, brown rice flour, hydrolysed animal proteins, chicken fat, dried beef 1.3%, minerals, mannanoligosaccharides 0.1%, inulin from chicory - a source of FOS - 0.1%
Crude protein 32%, Crude fibres 1.5%, Crude oils and fats 16%, Crude ash 7.2%, Moisture 9%
Cats belong to an order of strict carnivores that have the teeth of predators and a digestive system suited to absorb and make optimal use of proteins. Almo Nature believes in a balanced diet for your cat and recommends alternating between meat and fish flavours to ensure the appropriate intake of all kind of proteins and nutrients he needs, as well as combining both wet and dry food (60% and 40% respectively in volume). Wet food is essential for a cat's daily diet to support hydration and reduce the risk of urinary infections.
Cat Body Weight
Daily Wet Food
Daily Dry Food
For every kg of weight, add approximately 27.5g wet and 8.75g dry food.
This is a guide only, and nutritional requirements may vary from cat to cat for a range of reasons such as weight and activity levels. If unsure, consult a vet or specialist. Always ensure that your cat has access to fresh water.