The packaging of this product has changed, but contains the same delicious recipe!
Meowing Heads is utterly delicious; we know that when you feed it to your pet for the first time, they'll want to devour the whole bag. Senior Moments has been specially formulated for older, wiser cats. This delicious taurine-enriched recipe contains a winning combination of salmon & chicken, using only the best quality, natural ingredients. Approved by vets, this complete adult cat food contains optimal protein and fat levels, and aids joint health for your senior cat.
- Optimal protein and fat levels for senior cats
- Everything you need to feed a happy, healthy senior cat
- Natural ingredients: free from artificial colours, flavours & preservatives
- Joint health
- Approved by vets for senior cats
Senior cats aged 7+ years
74% Chicken, Fish & Egg (includes Salmon 29%, Dried Chicken 24%, Dried Fish 12%, Chicken 5%, Egg 4%), Sweet Potato, Pea Starch, Chicken Fat, Vegetable Fibre, Salmon Oil, Tomato, Seaweed, Carrot, Cranberry, Yucca, Glucosamine 30 mg/kg, Methylsulfonylmethane 30 mg/kg, Chondroitin Sulphate 20 mg/kg, Minerals
Analytical Constituents: Crude Protein 40%, Crude Fat 14%, Crude Fibres 4%, Crude Ash 10%, Omega-6 2%, Omega-3 1.4%
Nutritional Additives (per kg): Amino Acids: Taurine 1000 mg, L-Carnitine 480 mg; Vitamins: Vitamin A 21476 IU, Vitamin D3 1641 IU, Vitamin E 192 mg; Trace Elements: Iron as Iron (ll) Chelate of Glycine Hydrate 77 mg, Zinc as Zinc Chelate of Glycine Hydrate 60 mg, Manganese as Manganese Chelate of Glycine Hydrate 7.7 mg, Copper as Cupric Chelate of Glycine Hydrate 2.9 mg, Iodine as Calcium Iodate Anhydrous 0.72 mg
Our table below is a guide. Please check with your vet that your cat is at their correct healthy weight. When introducing your cat to Meowing Heads, we recommend replacing 25% of their existing food every other day until they are eating 100% Meowing Heads. Always ensure there is a fresh bowl of water at all times.
As we only use the optimum levels of nutrition, further supplementation is not recommended unless otherwise advised by a vet.