Feed your feline the best in a species appropriate diet with Feline Natural Freeze Dried Raw Food!
Feline Natural Freeze Dried Raw Food is made from barn raised chicken, free range lamb and New Zealand green lipped mussel. It does not contain wheat, rice, soy or gluten and has no artificial ingredients, additives or preservatives. Feline Natural Freeze Dried Raw Food is a nutritionally sound and species appropriate diet which can be fed to cats at any stage of life: from kittens to seniors, and even during pregnancy and lactation. It is also suitable for any breed of cat.
Feline Natural Freeze Dried Raw Food:
- Grain-free, gluten-free diet
- No artificial ingredients, additives or preservatives
- Nutritionally sound and species appropriate
- Naturally nutritious and delicious
Feeding your cat the nutrient dense, species specific diet she loves has never been easier thanks to Feline Natural Freeze Dried Raw Food!
Available in 0.28 lb pouch which reconstitutes as 1.1 lbs of food and 0.77 lb pouch which reconstitutes as 3.1 lbs of food.
Country of Origin: New Zealand
Manufacturer: Feline Natural
Ingredients - Chicken, Lamb Heart, Lamb Liver, Lamb Kidneys Lamb Blood and Green Lipped Mussel
Crude Protein (min) 49.7%
Crude Fat (min) 26.9%
Crude Fiber (max) 1.3%
Moisture (max) 12.1%
To make 2.1oz/60g of ready to serve Feline Natural: Using the scoop provided place approximately 1.5 level scoops of freeze dried Feline Natural into a bowl, add approximately 1 scoop of warm water, stir, then feed.
Important: It is recommend that you always reconstitute Feline Natural Freeze Dried with warm water (no warmer than 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit) before feeding. It is also recommend that you do not mix a raw diet with a cooked diet (kibble) and allow the cat 12 hours (ideally overnight) between feeding when transferring from cooked (kibble) to raw.
- Feed 2% of body weight
- Feed your cat twice a day, once in the morning and once in the evening
- For kittens, feed 2% of their body weigh 3 times a day
- Use your cat's physical appearance as a feeding guide