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Hills Science Plan Kitten <1 Dry Food (Chicken)

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Manufacturer: Hills Pet Food

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Hills Science Plan Kitten <1 Dry Food has been specially designed for kittens and pregnant or nursing cats, and contains balanced nutrition to promote healthy growth and development.

Hills Science Plan Kitten will also contains a superior antioxidant formula to support your kitten’s immune system, Taurine to help maintain normal heart functions and retinal structure, and controlled levels of various minerals to ensure the development of a strong and healthy cat.

Key Benefits:

  • DHA from fish oil for healthy brain & eye development
  • High quality protein for building lean muscles
  • Balanced minerals for strong bones & teeth
  • Good also for pregnant & nursing cats

Composition:
Chicken and Turkey Meal, Maize, Animal Fat, Digest, Minerals, Fish Oil, Dried Beet Pulp, Flaxseed, Vegetable Oil, Cellulose

Nutritional Information:
Protein: 39.6%, Fat: 25.0%, Crude Fibre: 1.6%, Carbohydrate (NFE): 26.3%, Calcium: 1.34%, Phosphorus: 1.12%, Sodium: 0.51%, Potassium: 0.87%, Magnesium: 0.111%, Taurine: 0.21%, Vitamin C: 110ppm, Vitamin E: 658IU/Kg, DHA: 0.152%, Omega-3-Fatty Acids: 1.00%, Omega-6-Fatty Acids: 3.87%, Crude Ash: 7.6%, Beta-Carotene: 2.50ppm, Vitamin A: 11337IU/Kg, Vitamin D: 1101IU/Kg

Reviews (1)

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Clara Du Cann
January 2017

My kittens love this food; unfortunately, so do my adult cats, and they are a lot harder to please than the kittens.