James Wellbeloved Light Complete Cat Food with Fish and Rice is a nutritious complete cat food that is specifically formulated for the unique dietary needs of a senior or overweight cat, whilst gentle on your senior cats digestion; excluding many of the ingredients which are known to commonly cause allergies including wheat gluten and dairy products.
Made with specially selected natural, wholesome ingredients, including a minimum of 26% fish and 26% rice.
- Cranberry Extract - To help support a healthy urinary tract
- Omega 3 and 6 - To support healthy skin and a shiny coat
- Taurine - To help promote a healthy heart
- Brown Rice - An easy to digest source of carbohydrates which is gentle on your cat's stomach
- Natural Protein - To help support and maintain muscle growth and development
- Vitamins, Minerals and Antioxidants - For overall health and to boost your cat's immune system
Suitable for adult cats from 12 months of age who are overweight or prone to weight gain.
White fish meal, maize gluten, fish stock, potato protein, olive oil, tomato pomace, sugar beet pulp, alfalfa meal, fish oil, whole linseed, potassium chloride, natural seaweed, chicory extract, calcium carbonate, carrot, sodium chloride, cranberry extract, glucosamine, nettles, chondroitin, yucca extract Minimum levels: fish (26%), rice (26%), fish stock (4%), tomato pomace (3%), linseed (1%), yucca extract (0.02%), chicory extract (0.25%), cranberry extract (0.05%), glucosamine (0.02%), chondroitin (0.02%), nettles (0.02%) Additives per kg: antioxidants: E306/Natural antioxidant, 200mg, Vitamins: E672/Vitamin A,30,000 iu, E671/Vitamin D3, 2,250 iu, Amino acids: taurine, 2000mg.Trace elements: E1/iron, 40mg, E2/iodine, 2mg, E4/copper, 5mg, E5/manganese, 25mg, E6/zinc, 100mg.
Protein 34.0%, crude fibres 3%, fat content 10.5%, crude ash 8.7%, Vitamin E 600mg/kg, omega-3 fatty acids 1.4%, omega-6 fatty acids 1.5%, Energy Value (ME) 345kcals/100g.
If you think your cat is overweight, you should speak to your vet before starting a weight reduction programme. Too rapid a loss can be dangerous for your cat so it is important to weigh your cat regularly to ensure that weekly weight loss is no higher than the maximum given in the table below. Our feeding guide is worked out for the average cat of the weight shown but your cat could differ substantially from average - requirements vary considerably between cats of the same weight. The predicted weight loss is based on a 15% reduction in calorie intake from the level necessary to maintain current weight. If your cat fails to lose weight, you should consult a vet.
Small Cats (2-3kg): 30-50gm
Medium Cats (4kg): 60gm
Large Cats (6kg): 85gm
Giant Cats (7kg):100gm
Please always ensure that fresh drinking water is available.