WHISKAS® 2-12 Months Complete Dry Kitten Food is specially formulated with all the nutrients your kitten needs growing up into a healthy cat in that all-important first year. It contains tasty filled pocket kibbles with milk that your kitten will enjoy and can easily bite.
Vitamin E and Taurine: To help to support his natural defences
Protein: To support his rapid growth and the energy he needs to run and play
Minerals: To keep him fighting fit on the inside by boosting his immune system.
Calcium: To help his bones and teeth grow strong and healthy.
Vitamins: The right balance of vitamins just for him.
Easily digestible chicken & rice: To help support his digestive tract
Extra small kibbles: Easier for him to eat
Free from: Artificial colours and flavours
Did you know that young kittens grow fifteen times faster than human babies? That's why it's so important that they are given food which has been specifically tailored to meet their unique needs and tastes. Whiskas® Kitten food has been carefully prepared to give your kitten a tasty meal he'll love with all the essential nutrients he needs to grow big and strong.
Growing kittens from 2-12 months, and pregnant or lactating queens
Cereals, Meat and Animal Derivatives (including 4% chicken in the brown kibbles), Vegetable Protein Extracts, Oils and Fats, Derivatives of Vegetable Origin, Minerals, Vegetables (4% carrots in the orange kibbles, 4% peas in the green kibbles), Milk and Milk Derivatives (4% milk in the nuggets). 379 kcal/100g
||Analytical constituents (%):
|Additives per kg:
|Antioxidants, Colourants from natural origin
|Calcium iodate anhydrous:
|Cupric sulphate pentahydrate:
|Manganous sulphate monohydrate:
|Zinc sulphate monohydrate:
For weaning kittens, soften dry food with water. From 12 months onwards, you can feed your cat adult food. Allow for a transition phase when switching diet. Please ensure your kitten is healthy and has a healthy body shape when using the feeding guide. An individual cat's requirements may differ according to the level of activity and general physical condition; therefore, you may adjust the amount to food to keep your cat in optimal condition.
Feed pregnant/lactating queens as much food as they will eat. Their daily requirements may be two to three times higher than for an adult cat; adapt accordingly.
Water should always be available.
|Dry Grams +
||Up to 30g + 1
||15-20g + 2
||20-25g + 2
||15-25g + 2
*Divide the daily amounts given under 'Dry Grams Only' or 'Dry Grams + 100g Pouches' by the meals per day.