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How much Catit Gold Fern should I feed my cat? And how often?
Catit Gold Fern can be fed as a complete diet, mixed in with another diet for added overall quality and flavor, or given as a daily treat. When fed as an exclusive diet, feed adult cats 30-40g of Catit Gold Fern per 2kg of body weight daily and adjust as needed based on the cat’s weight and activity level.
How do I transition my cat from their current diet to Catit Gold Fern?
If you wish to transition to Catit Gold Fern as an exclusive diet, we recommend mixing Catit Gold Fern with your cat’s current food gradually, in increasing amounts.
Can I use Catit Gold Fern as treats?
Absolutely! Cats love Catit Gold Fern as a healthy, high-protein treat. Moreover, the flakes aren’t sticky or greasy, so you can spoil your cat without getting your hands dirty.
Do I need to feed my cat wet food in addition to Gold Fern kibble?
When fed as an exclusive diet, Catit Gold Fern is a complete dry food that does not need to be complimented with wet food. Please make sure that your cat has access to fresh, clean water at all times.
Is Catit Gold Fern suited for kittens and senior cats?
Yes. Kittens can start to enjoy Catit Gold Fern from the age of 6 weeks on. Please make sure to cut the larger flakes up into smaller pieces in case chewing them proves challenging to your kitten. The same goes for feeding senior cats.
Can I mix Catit Gold Fern with other cat food?
Of course! Mixing Gold Fern with your cat’s current diet will enhance the overall quality and flavor.
Is Catit Gold Fern suited for cats with diabetes / allergies / urinary tract problems?
If your cat has a medical condition, we recommend consulting your veterinarian or cat nutritionist before changing their diet, to make sure that you make the best possible decision for your cat’s specific health needs.
Calories: 4000 kcal/kg
Calories: 4250 kcal/kg
Calories: 3700 kcal/kg
- Protein: 44.2%
- Fat Content: 29.1%
- Crude Fibres: 0.2%
- Moisture: 16.4%
- Crude Ash: 7.1%
- Protein: 37.3%
- Fat Content: 36.7%
- Crude Fibres: 0.3%
- Moisture: 14.4%
- Crude Ash: 7.7%
- Protein: 40.0%
- Fat Content: 24.5%
- Crude Fibres: 0.4%
- Moisture: 18.2%
- Crude Ash: 11.2%