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Good wet food for my kitten

Discussion in 'Cat Health and Nutrition' started by Kiara@89, Aug 18, 2020.


  1. Kiara@89

    Kiara@89 My Kitty’s Adventures

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    Good afternoon everyone!
    I have 5 and half months old kitten and I was thinking to change type of wet food. I found Feringa Pure Meat Menú and it looks good.
    These are the ingredients.

    Chicken with Pumpkin & Catnip:
    95.8% chicken (35% meat, 20% hearts, 20% stomachs, 15% liver, 10% skin), 3.5% pumpkin, 0.5% catnip, 0.1% spirulina, 0.1% minerals.

    Rabbit with Parsnip & Catnip:
    97.3% rabbit (38% meat, 22% larynx, 20% liver, 10% hearts, 10% lung), 2% parsnip, 0.5% catnip, 0.1% spirulina, 0.1% minerals.

    Lamb with Potato & Cat Thyme:
    97.3% lamb (34% meat, 26% stomach, 20% liver, 20% larynx), 2% potato, 0.5% cat thyme, 0.1% spirulina, 0.1% minerals.

    Salmon with Potato & Parsley:
    97.8% salmon, 1.75% potato, 0.25% parsley, 0.1% spirulina, 0.1% minerals.

    Duck with Cottage Cheese & Valerian:
    97.8% duck (50% neck, 20% hearts, 20% liver, 10% stomach), 1.75% cottage cheese, 0.25% valerian, 0.1% spirulina, 0.1% minerals.

    Veal with Broccoli & Dandelion:
    97.8% veal (40% meat, 20% hearts, 20% liver, 10% lungs), 1.75% broccoli, 0.25% dandelion, 0.1% spirulina, 0.1% minerals.

    And these is the analytic composition:

    Pure Chicken
    protein 10.8 %
    fat 5.7 %
    fibre 0.3 %
    ash 1.8 %
    phosphorus 0.16 %
    moisture 80.6 %
    potassium 0.2 %


    Pure Rabbit
    protein 11.1 %
    fat 4.2 %
    fibre 0.1 %
    ash 1.8 %
    calcium 0.21 %
    phosphorus 0.17 %
    moisture 79.5 %


    Pure Lamb
    protein 10.8 %
    fat 6.0 %
    fibre 0.3 %
    ash 2.3 %
    calcium 0.2 %
    phosphorus 0.15 %
    moisture 78.4 %

    Pure Veal
    protein 10.8 %
    fat 8.2 %
    fibre 0.3 %
    ash 1.7 %
    calcium 0.25 %
    phosphorus 0.23 %
    moisture 78.5 %

    Pure Salmon
    protein 10.4 %
    fat 8.6 %
    fibre 0.3 %
    ash 2.1 %
    calcium 0.27 %
    phosphorus 0.24 %
    moisture 78.0 %

    Pure Duck
    protein 10.1 %
    fat 8.9 %
    fibre 0.3 %
    ash 1.9 %
    calcium 0.28 %
    phosphorus 0.25 %
    moisture 78.2 %


    Do you think is it a good wet food? Do you think it would be a good option for my kitten?
    Thank you very much for your answers in advance
     
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  2. Summercat

    Summercat PetForums VIP

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    @Kiara@89
    Hi, yes, it looks good :cool: I would feed a few different flavors of it, so your kitten has some variety.
    Animonda kitten is also a good food.
     
  3. jenny-bean

    jenny-bean PetForums Newbie

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    Our kittens both love Feringa kitten food and it's great value for the protein content if you buy in bulk (I get ours from zooplus). I think price-wise per kg it's on a par with the Felix 'Good as it Looks', and is obviously FAR better quality! I also find the smell when I'm dishing it up is a little easier to take than Animonda Carny kitten food, which I've also tried them on. I think it's a nice texture as well, no pre-formed chunks in sight and not half gravy like some pouches I've tried. You could always order a sample pack and try it out to see how your little one gets on? Obviously just give a small amount with their normal meal to make sure it doesn't upset their tiny tummy! I'm sure it'll be a hit :)
     
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