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Kitten Chow Nurture Cat Food
Purina Kitten Chow Nurture is an age-essential, dry kitten food made with the four foundational Building Blocks of Nutrition: high in protein for developing lean muscle; DHA for brain and vision development; essential nutrients like those found in mother’s milk; and antioxidants for strong immune health. Every meal also provides the 25 essential vitamins and minerals cats need at any age. Plus, it’s formulated with a taste kittens love – and without artificial colors or flavors – to help give them the nutrition they need while they develop. Purina Kitten Chow Nurture is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Cat Food Nutrient Profiles for all life stages.
|3 – 6 weeks||1/4 – 1/3 cup||3 – 4 times a day|
|7 weeks – 6 months||1/3 – 3/4 cup||3 – 4 times a day|
|7 months – 1 year||1/2 – 3/4 cup||2 times a day|
Kittens generally nibble solid foods at 3 – 4 weeks of age. Keep moistened Purina Kitten Chow Nurture available to these kittens at all times. Just add one part liquid to three parts Purina Kitten Chow Nurture, changing frequently to ensure freshness. After weaning, at 6 – 8 weeks of age, kittens will normally eat dry or moistened food at will. Start a self-feeding program, leaving food in dish at all times. Feeding amounts should be adjusted as necessary to help your kitten maintain an ideal body condition. Because kittens continue to develop throughout their first year, it’s important that they get the extra nutrition of Purina Kitten Chow Nurture for a full 12 months. After one year of age, transition to the Purina Cat Chow formula that’s right for your cat.
Feeding for Reproduction
Purina Kitten Chow Nurture provides the extra nutrition needed by reproducing females in stages of gestation and lactation. Food consumption may vary during gestation, so feed the amount needed to maintain the pregnant female’s good body condition. Food intake may double or even quadruple during lactation.
Changes in your cat’s diet should be made gradually to allow your cat to become accustomed to a new food. Substitute small amounts of the new food for the old food, gradually increasing the amount of the new food while decreasing the old food, over a period of 7 – 10 days. This gradual transition will help avoid dietary upsets.
Provide adequate fresh water in a clean container daily.
For your pet’s health, see your veterinarian regularly.
Poultry By-Product Meal, Corn Gluten Meal, Brewers Rice, Soy Flour, Animal Fat Preserved with Mixed-Tocopherols, Wheat Flour, Fish Meal, Animal Liver Flavor, Dried Yeast, Phosphoric Acid, Calcium Carbonate, Salt, Choline Chloride, Taurine, Vitamin E Supplement, Zinc Sulfate, Ferrous Sulfate, Manganese Sulfate, Potassium Chloride, Niacin, Copper Sulfate, Vitamin A Supplement, Calcium Pantothenate, Thiamine Mononitrate, Riboflavin Supplement, Vitamin B-12 Supplement, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Folic Acid, Vitamin D-3 Supplement, Calcium Iodate, Biotin, Menadione Sodium Bisulphite Complex (Source of Vitamin K Activity), Sodium Selenite. I-4530.
|Crude Protein (Min)||40.0%|
|Crude Fat (Min)||12.5%|
|Crude Fibre (Max)||3.0%|
|Linoleic Acid (Min)||1.2%|
|Calcium (Ca) (Min)||1.1%|
|Phosphorus (P) (Min)||0.8%|
|Thiamine (Min)||75 mg/kg|
|Choline (Min)||2,400 mg/kg|
|Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) (Min)||0.02%|