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Leaps & Bounds Chicken And Thyme Indoor Cat Food 1.5kg

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I260112-Leaps & Bounds Chicken And Thyme Indoor Cat Food 1.5kg
I260112-Leaps & Bounds Chicken And Thyme Indoor Cat Food 1.5kg

Product details

SKU
I260112
Feeding Type
Dry Food
Pet
Cat
Health Needs
Indoor
Life Stage
Adult
Health and Wellbeing
Leaps & Bounds is a little different. It’s simply bursting with nothing but the best of nature. This is nutrient rich, jam-packed, honest goodness. So don’t worry about chemicals, diagrams and baffling science. A bag of real meat, veggies, vitamins and minerals that helps you breathe easy that nature has done the hard work. Natural & totally delicious, the purrrfect choice.
Benefits
• 13% lower calories for weight management • No artificial colours or flavours • Complete & balanced nutrition • Australian made & owned • 100% satisfaction guarantee
Care instructions
Ensure your cat always has fresh clean water. Store in a dry, cool place away from direct sunlight.
Health Needs
Indoor
Feeding Guide
1-2kg 30g to 40g 1/4 to 1/3 cup 2-3kg 40g to 55g 1/3 to 1/2 cup 3-4kg 55g to 70g 1/2 to 2/3 cup 4-5kg 70g to 80g 2/3 to 3/4 cup 6-7kg 90g to 100g 3/4 to 1 cup +7kg 100g + 1 + cups 1 cup = 120g The feeding amounts above should be seen as a guide only. Your pet may need more or less to maintain its proper weight depending on your cat's age, breed and activity level.
Food Type
Dry
Description

Leaps & Bounds cat food is natural with added vitamins and minerals to provide the best possible nutrition. For a delicious meal, top with our wet food for a boost of moisture & protein.

Combining the best ingredients together including quality proteins for muscle development, prebiotic fibre to support their digestive health and fruits & vegetables for a balanced diet. A combination of nutrients and minerals helps support balanced urine pH levels for baldder & urinary tract health. Our Adult Indoor Chicken food contains 13% lower calories for weight management*.

*Than Leaps & Bounds Adult Chicken food.

Ingredients
Meat meal (poultry, beef and/or lamb), wholegrain rice, wholegrain wheat, vegetable protein (soya bean), cereal protein (corn), cereal bran, chicken digest (gravy), beet pulp (prebiotic dietary fibre), tallow and/or vegetable oil, sweet potato, salt, choline chloride, minerals (including calcium, phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, iron, zinc, manganese, iodine, selenium), linseed, chicory root inulin (prebiotic), amino acids (taurine, methionine), salmon oil (containing omega 3 fatty acids), yucca extract, vitamins (including A, C, D3, E, K, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9, B12), natural antioxidants, kelp meal, apple, herbs (thyme, rosemary, parsley), blueberry and cranberry extract.
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