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Royal Canin Instinctive Kitten Food In Gravy 85g

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Life Stage
Health and Wellbeing
Immune System Support.

Helps support the natural defences.

Easy Chewing.

Small Chunks in gravy.

Instinctively Preferred.

Nutritional profile instinctively preferred.

Breed specific
Feeding Guide
Age 1.5 months: 1 + 1/2-2 or 1 pouch + 15-25g Kibbles

Age 2 months: 2-2+1/2 or1 pouch + 20-35g Kibbles

Age 3 months: 2+1/2-3+1/2 or 1 pouch + 30-50g Kibbles

Age 4 months: 2+1/2-3+1/2 or 1 pouch + 35-60g Kibbles

Age 6 months: 2+1/2-3+1/2 or 1 pouch + 35-60g Kibbles

Age 9-12 months: 2-3 or 1 pouch + 25-40g Kibbles

Gestating Queen 3kg: 2+1/2-4 or 1 pouch + 35-60g Kibbles

Gestating Queen 5kg: 4+1/02-6+1/2 or 1 pouch + 70-115g Kibbles Kibbles (Royal Canin Kitten)

Food Type
Wet Food Type

Royal Canin Kitten Gravy for immune system support, easy chewing and instinctively preferred. Feeding cats a diet suited to their breed, age, size, lifestyle and specific sensitivities contributes to protecting their health. Specially balanced diets are able to guarantee all the nutrients necessary for your cats wellbeing.

Meat & anMeat and Animal Derivatives, Cereals, Vegetable Protein Extracts, Derivatives of Vegetable Origin, Minerals, Oils and Fats, Yeasts, Various Sugars. Additives (per kg): Nutritional additives: Vitamin D3: 175IU, E1 (Iron): 4mg. Additives (per kg): Nutritional additives: Vitamin D3: 175IU, E1 (Iron): 4 mg, E2 (Iodine): 0.36 mg, E4 (Copper): 2.8 mg, E5 (Manganese): 1.3mg, E6 (Zinc): 13mg.
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