Specially formulated and packed full of nutrients, can be fed from weaning
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*Price/KG based on 300g-1.5kg on average price across Asda, Tesco, Morrisons, Sainsburys & Pets at Home.
Our range of food has been carefully formulated to provide wholesome nutrition and contains no artificial colours or flavours, no dairy and no soya.
No, our cat food does not contain any artificial colours or flavours.
Cats need Taurine in their diet. It is important for good health, in particular
Fibre is important to cats as it provides bulk to help food move through the intestinal tract. Using a small amount of moderately fermentable fibre such as beet pulp together with mannan oligosaccharides (a prebiotic derived from yeast) can help promote a healthy digestive system.
Check the Body Score Chart and our Feeding Guide which shows how to check your cat's ideal shape and size. After cats are neutered they may have a tendency to gain weight so you may need to adjust the amount you feed each day to keep your cat in trim condition.
You may not see your cat drinking much water, but it is essential to have clean fresh water available at all times. This will also help maintain a healthy urinary tract.
We source our ingredients as locally as possible. The majority of ingredients are made or grown within Europe. We use only reputable suppliers and mostly based in the UK. Any imported products have to conform to European standards and pass our suppliers and our own quality testing.
We do not send out samples of our food or treats as this helps us to keep our costs down. Most of our varieties are available in small size packs which are ideal for testing, giving a better indication of suitability that a small sample bag. We recommend introducing a new food gradually into your pet’s diet over a period of around 5 to 7 days as this helps to avoid digestive upset which can occur when new ingredients are introduced into the diet too quickly.
If you have not been able to find the answer to your question on our website then please contact us and we will do our best to help.