Auckland Delivery delays + COVID Tracer App | READ LATEST COVID-19 UPDATE

Iams Cat Grain Free Tuna And Salmon Can 70g

Frequent Feeder
This is a Click & Collect item.
- +
Click & Collect
Frequent feederLearn about this reward program

Product details

Chicken and seafood varieties align with New Zealand's cat flavour preferences.
Health and Wellbeing
With no artificial flavourings or preservatives, Iams is a complete food for your pet.
Care Instructions
Recommended for adult cats. Feeding guide : For a 3-5kg cat 2-3.5 cans per day. Your cat may eat more of less depending on age, temperament and activity level 100% complete and balanced. Always ensure fresh, clean water is available.
Wet Food Form
Life Stage
Iams Cat range is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AFFCO nutrition profile for adult cat maintainence.
Fish Broth, Fish and Fish By-Products (derived from Tuna, Seabream, Whitefish, Salmon), Meat (derived from Chicken), Sunflower Oil, Modified Tapioca Starch, Carrots, Dried Egg, Minerals, Flavours, Pea Protein, Xanthan Gum, Vitamins (including Menadione Sodium Bisulfite “ source of Vitamin K3), Taurine, Parsley, Colours, Colouring Agent.

Reviews Not reviewed yet

Write Your Own Review
You're reviewing:Iams Cat Grain Free Tuna And Salmon Can 70g
Your Rating

Latest Articles

More Articles
  1. Why table scraps are bad for your dog animates

    Why table scraps are bad for your dog

    Saying no to puppy dog eyes is something which most pet parents struggle with particularly when it is as easy as giving  them a little scrap off your plate. Unfortunately treating your dog with your dinner is not only encouraging begging behaviour it also is simply not good for them and can in fact cause harm.

  2. Should I get my pet desexed? vetcare

    Should I get my pet desexed?

    Deciding on whether to have your pet de-sexed or not is a question we get asked a lot. At Animates Vetcare we recommend that all pets be de-sexed. Not only are there are a number of health benefits by having your pet de-sexed, it also decreases the number of unwanted puppies and kittens that find themselves homeless or in shelters across New Zealand.

  3. Summer safety  tips vetcare

    Summer safety tips

    As pet parents we love to enjoy the warm weather with our pets. However, summer can bring unique risks to their health. The Animates Vetcare team have compiled a list of common hazards you might see during summer and safety tips to help keep your pet safe, comfortable, and carefree this summer.