Chicken, tuna & salmon - dry cat food for neutered cats
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- 70% chicken, tuna & salmon
- Cats love it!
- Higher protein to fat ratio for neutered cats
- Prebiotics to support a healthy microbiome
Tippaws Chicken with Tuna & Salmon is a complete dry cat food that is made for neutered adult cats. It is packed with high quality ingredients, vitamins, and minerals to keep your cat healthy and happy.
Our neutered recipes contain amino acids that are proven to support weight management and are grain free. Most importantly, our food is made with lots of real meat and fish combined with irresistible flavour meaning even picky eaters love it!
If you are trying a sample, why not try all 3 adult recipes for £14.99 with our Tippaws Taster Pack.
We donate to cat rescues every time you order:
Composition: 70% chicken, tuna and salmon (including 28% dried chicken, 26% fresh chicken, 10% dried salmon, 4% fresh tuna, 2% chicken fat), potato, chickpea, lentils, cellulose, beet pulp, dried cranberry, hydrolysed liver gravy, salmon oil, various minerals, yucca extract (180mg/kg), FOS (480 mg/kg), MOS (120 mg/kg) Glucosamine (180 mg/kg), Methylsulfonylmethane (180 mg/kg), chondroitin sulphate
Analytical Constituents: Crude Protein 44%, Crude Fat 11.5%, Crude Fibre 4.5%, Crude Ash 9.5%, Moisture 5%, NFE 25.5%, Metabolise Energy 370cal/100g, Omega 6 Fatty Acid 2.4% Omega 3 Fatty Acids 0.6%, Calcium 1.9%, Phosphorus 1.5%.
Nutritional additives per kg:
Vitamins: Vitamin A 25,000 IU, Vitamin D3 1,730 IU, Vitamin
E 255 IU
Provitamins: Taurine 2,000 mg, L-Carnitine 2,000 mg
Trace Elements: Zinc (Zinc Sulphate Monohydrate)
96 mg, Iron (Iron (II) Sulphate Monohydrate) 72 mg,
Manganese (Manganous Sulphate Monohydrate) 29 mg,
Copper (Copper (II) Sulphate Pentahydrate) 10 mg, Iodine
(Potassium Iodide) 3.7 mg
Amino Acids: Methionine 2000 mg, Lysine 500 mg
30 day money back guarantee
We're confident that your cat will love our food, but we understand it's a risk when buying a new food - ultimately, you can't control if your cat will eat it!
We offer a 30 day money back guarantee, to give you confidence that our food is truly loved by cats.
How much does it cost to feed my cat?
Chicken with Tuna & Salmon Neutered Food
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Based on buying a 5kg bag of food
How much should I feed my cats?
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Do you know how much protein is in your dry cat food?
If you don't, you made be surprised to find out how much you are spending on animal protein vs. other less nutritious ingredients.
Try our protein calculator to find out. We've included: Symply dry cat food, Sense6 dry cat food, Scrumbles dry cat food, Royal canin dry cat food, More Cat dry cat food, McAdams dry cat food, Lily's Kitchen dry cat food, James Wellbeloved dry cat food, Itch Pet dry cat food, Canagan dry cat food, Applaws dry cat food, Whiskas dry cat food, Iams dry cat food, Purina dry cat food and Tesco Own dry cat food.
If you have another cat food you'd like us to include, please let us know.
What’s the difference between neutered and unneutered cats’ diets?
Neutered cats have different nutritional requirements than unneutered cats. As we've already discussed, neutered cats require fewer calories than unneutered cats. However, they also require different proportions of macronutrients, such as protein, fat, and carbohydrates.
Protein is especially important for cats, as it helps support their muscle mass and overall health. Neutered cats require a diet that is high in protein, as they are at a higher risk for muscle loss than unneutered cats. A diet that is high in protein can help maintain your neutered cat's muscle mass and keep them healthy.
Fat is also an essential nutrient for cats, as it provides them with energy and helps support their skin and coat health. However, neutered cats require a diet that is lower in fat than unneutered cats. This is because neutered cats have a slower metabolism and are at a higher risk for obesity. Feeding your neutered cat a diet that is lower in fat can help prevent them from becoming overweight or obese.
Carbohydrates are not essential for cats, but they can provide them with energy. However, neutered cats require a diet that is low in carbohydrates. This is because a diet that is high in carbohydrates can contribute to weight gain and obesity.