Meowing Heads Smitten Kitten Dry Cat Food 1.5kg

£15.48 £10.32 per kg

Formerly 'Kitten's Delight', this product has a new name and packaging, but contains the same delicious recipe!

Meowing Heads Smitten Kitten has been specially formulated for all your growing kitten's needs. This super yummy recipe is made with 100% natural chicken and fish, using only the best quality, natural ingredients. Approved by vets, this complete kitten food supports strong teeth & bones, and aids brain development. Smitten Kitten is blended with a whisker-licking combination of brown rice & vegetables for your newest family member.

Key Benefits

  • Made with 100% natural chicken and fish
  • Everything you need to feed a happy, healthy kitten
  • Natural ingredients: free from artificial colours, flavours & preservatives
  • Strong teeth & bones
  • Controlled growth
  • Brain development
  • Approved by vets for kittens

Recommended for

Kittens aged 3 - 36 weeks


70% Chicken, Fish & Egg (includes Chicken 26%, Dried Chicken 20%, Brown Rice, Egg 12%, Dried Fish 12%), Oats, Chicken Fat, Salmon Oil, Vegetable Fibre, Seaweed, Tomato, Carrot, Cranberry, Minerals


Analytical Constituents: Crude Protein 36.5%, Crude Fat 18%, Crude Fibres 2.75%, Crude Ash 9%, Omega-6 2.7%, Omega-3 0.9%
Nutritional Additives (per kg): Amino Acids: Taurine 1000mg; Vitamins: Vitamin A 25644 IU, Vitamin D3 1744 IU, Vitamin E 192 mg; Trace Elements: Iron as Iron (ll) Chelate of Glycine Hydrate 77 mg, Zinc as Zinc Chelate of Glycine Hydrate 72 mg, Manganese as Manganese Chelate of Glycine Hydrate 9.6 mg, Copper as Cupric Chelate of Glycine Hydrate 5.8 mg, Iodine as Calcium Iodate Anhydrous 1.4 mg, Selenium as Organic Selenium Saccharomyces Cerevisiae CNCM I-3060 0.05 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.

Kittens have very small stomachs (they're about the size of a walnut at 8 weeks old) but large appetites, so feed small amounts at least four meals a day. At 6 weeks, some kittens may still require soaked kibble. By the time they reach 10-12 weeks the transition to solid food should be complete. As your kitten gets older, gradually reduce to three meals a day. Cats are natural 'grazers', so little and often is good.

Feeding Guide

Kitten AgeGrams per Day
3-6 Weeks20-40 g (soaked)
6-12 Weeks40-60 g
12-24 Weeks60-70 g
24-36 Weeks70-80 g
36+ Weeks

As we only use the optimum levels of nutrition, further supplementation is not recommended unless otherwise advised by a vet.