Compy Junior with Poultry, Rice and Milk

Compy Junior with Poultry, Rice and Milk. Complete food for kittens from 2 months up to 1 year old, and pregnant and nursing cats.
Formato: 
1,5 kg

AIDS:

Digestive well-being
Strengthen the immune system
Heart and vision health
Healthy and shiny coat
Meat and animal derivatives (min. 26% poultry), vegetable protein extracts, cereals (min. 4% rice, min. 10% maize), derivatives of vegetable origin (min. 1% beet pulp), oils and fats (min. 5% poultry fat), minerals, fish and fish derivatives, milk and dairy products (min. 0.5% of formula milk), yeast (yeast cell walls: 540mg/kg).
Protein 40%
Fat content 13.5%
Crude fibre 1.6%
Inorganic matter 7.5%
Nutritional additives: Vitamin A: 27,000UI, Vitamin D3: 1,620UI, Vitamin E: 162mg, Biotin: 324mcg, Iron (iron (II) sulphate monohydrate): 166mg, Zinc (zinc oxide): 163mg, Manganese (manganese (II) oxide): 43mg, Copper (copper sulphate pentahydrate): 12mg, Iodine (calcium iodate anhydrous): 2.7mg, Selenium (sodium selenite): 0.32mg, Taurine: 2,008mg.

Antioxidants, preservatives, colourings.

The total daily ration to be given to kittens according to their weeks of life and also to gestating and lactation females according to their body weight and stages are indicated in the following feeding tables.

Age of kitten Grams / day
8ª week - 4 months 40 - 65
4 months - 9 months 65 - 85
9 months - 1 year 85 - 90

 
Weight of adult cat (kg) Gestation Lactation
1ª - 2ª week 3ª - 5ª week 6ª week 7ª week
Daily ration (g)
1 - 2 40 - 60 40 - 75 45 - 85 45 - 75 40 - 70
2 - 3 60 - 80 75 - 100 85 - 115 75 - 105 70 - 95
3 - 4 80 - 100 100 - 130 115 - 150 105 - 135 95 - 125
4 - 5 100 - 115 130 - 155 150 - 180 135 - 165 125 - 145
5 - 6 115 - 130 155 - 180 180 - 210 165 - 190 145 - 170
6 - 7 130 - 145 180 - 205 210 - 240 190 - 215 170 - 195

The feeding guide is indicative and even more during the lactation period, since the needs of the cat change depending on the number of kittens, age, breed, environmental conditions and according to the lactation week. The above amounts should be divided into 3 doses and, whenever the cat is able to ration the food, we recommend leaving it freely available.

A change of diet

Cats are very sensitive to the change of feeding and rejections of the new food can occur and even diarrhea or vomiting if the change is made abruptly. Therefore, when you change from one product to another, remember to gradually reduce the old food while increasing the new one for 1 week, until it becomes the exclusive diet.