Iams Delights Senior Chicken in Gravy Multipack 12 x 85g

£5.00 49p per 100g
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IAMS DELIGHTS Senior with Chicken is a complete pet food. This balanced and delicious cat food in gravy with chicken is easy to chew, and helps to maintain a healthy weight.

IAMS only use high quality ingredients: taurine to support a healthy heart and vision, high quality nutrition to support a strong immune system, vitamins and minerals to help maintain strong bones, and animal protein for strong muscles.

Key Benefits

- Complete nutrition with an irresistible taste
- 100% balanced premium pet food for senior cats
- Delicious food with succulent chicken in gravy
- High quality ingredients for a healthy cat

Product Information

Did you know that about 40% of cats become over-weight? Older cats often become less active. While it might seem natural for them to spend less time exercising, it's very important to engage older cats with regular, gentle exercise. A little playtime can go a long way in maintaining agility and promoting healthy muscles and weight, as well as a specially formulated senior food. Playing is also a healthy way to keep your purring friend mentally stimulated, supporting her ageing body.

Recommended for

Senior cats aged 7+ years

Ingredients

Meat and animal derivatives (28% chicken, 6% pork), oils and fats (0.2% fish oil), derivatives of vegetable origin (0.6% beetpulp fibre), minerals

Analysis

Typical ValuesAnalytical constituents:
Protein:8.6%
Fat content:4.1%
Crude Ash:1.8%
Crude Fibres:0.24%
Calcium:0.30%
Moisture:82.5%
Additives:
Vitamins:
Vitamin D3:200IU/kg
Vitamin E:100mg/kg
L-camitine:8mg/kg
Trace elements:
Cupric sulphate pentahydrate:1.9mg/kg
Potassium iodide:0.38mg/kg
Manganous sulphate monohydrate:2.1mg/kg
Zinc sulphate monohydrate:32mg/kg

Instructions

When switching to IAMS, gradually introduce over 4 days. Always ensure fresh drinking water is available.

Feeding Guide

For a 4 kg cat, feed 3-4 pouches per day split into at least two meals. Your cat may eat more or less depending on age, temperament and activity. If unsure, consult your vet.