Smilla Kitten Paste at a glance:
- Contains many essential vitamins: Strengthens your cat’s natural defences
- Biotin and vitamin A: for a shiny coat and beautiful skin
- Calcium: for healthy bone development
- Taurine: for eye and heart function
- Tasty reward: wins over even the choosiest kittens
- Practical tube: easy to store and serve in portions
- Made in Germany
Young cats that are still developing need a lot of vital nutrients. Smilla Kitten Paste is specially designed for the needs of small kittens, containing essential vitamins, calcium and taurine, which strengthen the bones, encourage the development of the immune defence system and support healthy heart function.
Vitamins fulfill essential functions in your cat’s body – they interact with the metabolism, support certain bodily functions and assume a protective role. Smilla Kitten Paste contains, among other things, vitamin A, which plays a key role in eye function. Vitamin E has antioxidant properties to protect cells against free radicals, which can be caused by stress or negative environmental influences. B-vitamins support the metabolism during daily activities. Biotin plays an important role in terms of hair and skin metabolism and can encourage the development of a beautiful, shiny coat.
Vegetable by-products, oils and fats, yeast, meat and animal by-products.
Additives (per kg):
Vitamin A 100,000 IU, vitamin D3 10,000 IU, vitamin E 1,890mg, vitamin B1 19.9mg, vitamin B2 19.9mg, vitamin B6 16.6mg, vitamin B12 300µg, vitamin C 333mg, biotin 1,665µg, folic acid 5mg, niacin 199.8mg, calcium panothernate 49.9mg, taurine 2,000mg.
Smilla Kitten Paste is a complementary food for young cats.
Once your cat is six weeks old and regularly eating solid food, feed a 6cm strip (1cm = approx. 0.5g) either directly from the tube in the palm of your hand or mix with food. The vitamin D content is higher than in complete cat food, so ensure that the paste does not represent more than 10% of your cat’s daily food intake. Feed at room temperature.
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