Thrive 脆樂芙 COMPLETE罐裝糧 - 幼貓健康之選
可用作主食 或 配搭Thrive Premium Plus乾糧使用
Vitamin A 1800 IU
Vitamin D3 1100 IU
Made with 100% Chicken Breast – the only source of protein.
Thrive Complete Kitten Chicken Breast is cooked in a chicken broth with added vitamins and minerals to give your kitten a complete nutritionally balanced meal. This means that our food provides everything your kitten needs and therefore can be fed on its own or mixed in with our Thrive PremiumPlus Chicken Complete Dry Food depending on your kitten’s preference.
Kittens (and cats) are strict carnivores and have no dietary need for carbohydrates such as grains (e.g rice or wheat). It is for this reason that our kitten wet food is protein-focused and grain-free, with only 0.2% carbohydrate content.
Good hydration is vital to a healthy kitten, which is why all our wet foods are formulated with ‘free liquid’ water for optimum hydration, instead of the artificial gelling agents found in other brands. When it comes to wet food, our philosophy at Thrive is: “wetter is better!”
“Delighted. We have been using the adult wet food for just over a year now for our breeding and show cats and are so pleased with it, the ingredients are brilliant and the fact it is a complete food makes a refreshing change. We have just tried some of the Chicken Kitten food and are delighted, the chicken is finely shredded making much smaller pieces for little mouths perfect for weaning babies with the same great ingredients and quality. The kittens love it.” (Claire Winman, founder of Overear American Curls)
Chicken Breast (70%), Chicken stock, Sunflower Oil, Vitamins & Minerals.
Crude Protein 10%, Crude Oils & Fats 2%, Crude Ash 2%, Crude Fibres 1%, Moisture 84.5%
Essential vitamins and minerals added to make this food nutritionally complete
We recommend feeding 2 – 3 tins a day depending on your kitten’s activity level and their own personal requirements. Kittens start to eat solid foods from about three weeks and are fully weaned at about eight weeks. At first they need small meals often (about four or five a day) but by about six months, two meals a day are usually fine. This can continue throughout their adult life, depending on your cat’s preference.