Mix-in-Match Dry Cat Food Bundle

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Recipe 1 (2.5kg): Turkey & Chicken Adult
Recipe 2 (2.5kg): Turkey & Chicken Adult
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Now you can order a Mix-n-Match bundle of your favourite Tippaws dry food recipes! Simply select the recipe combination you'd like and get a 2.5kg bag of each for the price of our 5kg bundle. 

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Tippaws kitten food

Feeding and switching guidelines

All cats are different and the guidelines should be adapted to take into account breed, age, temperament and activity level of the individual cat.

Switching guideline

When changing foods please introduce gradually over a period of two weeks. Always ensure that fresh, clean water is available.

Feeding guideline (dry only)

 

Your cat’s weight
Grams per day
1-2kg 20-30g
2-3kg 30-40g
3-4kg 40-50g
4-5kg 50-60g
5+kg 60g+
Feeding guideline (wet and dry)
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Real chicken, tuna and salmon

Our Chicken with Tuna & Salmon recipe is made with 70% meat and fish, with added plant proteins and other healthy ingredients to ensure your cat lives a healthy and happy life.

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The benefits of chicken cat food

Chicken is a lean and easily digestible protein source that supports muscle growth and development, ensuring your cat maintains a healthy weight which we all know is super important given the challenges with pet obesity in the UK. Additionally, chicken cat food contains essential amino acids that promote a shiny coat, strong bones, and a robust immune system.

With its irresistible taste and nutritional value, chicken cat food is the go-to option for cat owners who want to provide their beloved pets with the best.

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Sealed for freshness

Our unique closing mechanism means our bags are easy to close and keep sealed tight, for ultimate long-lasting freshness. Think velcro, but for a bag of cat food.

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The benefits of tuna cat food

Tuna fish cat food is packed with essential nutrients that are vital for your cat's wellbeing.

One of the key benefits of tuna is its rich source of omega-3 fatty acids. These fatty acids play a crucial role in promoting a healthy immune system, reducing inflammation, and supporting cardiovascular health. Omega-3 fatty acids are also known to have positive effects on brain health, helping to maintain cognitive function in cats as they age.

In addition to omega-3 fatty acids, tuna cat food is also a great source of vitamins and minerals. These include vitamin D, vitamin B12, potassium, and selenium, all of which are essential for your cat's overall health.

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.

Calculate how much protein is in your cat food

Why does my neutered cat need different food?

Neutering can have a significant impact on a cat's nutritional needs. When a cat is neutered, their hormones change, which can affect their metabolism. Neutered cats tend to have a slower metabolism than unneutered cats, which means that they require fewer calories to maintain a healthy weight. If a neutered cat is fed the same amount of food as an unneutered cat, they may become overweight or obese.

In addition to requiring fewer calories, neutered cats also have different nutritional requirements than unneutered cats. Neutered cats are at a higher risk for urinary tract problems, such as bladder stones and urinary tract infections. Feeding your neutered cat a diet that is high in moisture and low in magnesium can help prevent these health problems. This can be done by ensuring your cat has fresh drinking water available at all times and by choosing a food that is pH neutral and developed to maintain that neutral pH while it is being digested by the cat. 

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.

What cat food should I feed my neutered cat?

We recommend feeding your neutered cat a diet rich in protein. A high protein diet plays a vital role in any cat’s health and amino acids that increase metabolic rates such as L-carnitine are particularly important for neutered cats. L-carnitine occurs naturally in animal-based proteins, like meat, poultry, and fish, and some commercial cat foods, like Tippaws dry food, also contain it as a supplement. Studies suggest that L-carnitine may have other health benefits for cats, such as improving heart health, physical performance, and reducing the risk of infections.

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Yucca extract

In dry cat food, yucca extract binds to urea to reduce bad stool smells. Learn more.

Taurine

Added to our dry cat food for heart health and immune support. Learn more.

Dried cranberry

Supports urinary tract health when added to our dry cat food. Learn more.

Amino acids

L-Carnitine is proven to increase metabolic rate in cats when added to dry cat food.  Learn more.

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