Happy Cat Sterilised Atlantic Salmon
Neutered cats often gain weight more easily than non-neutered pets. Hormones in the body cause metabolic changes after neutering, so cats often become much calmer. They still have a good appetite, however, and can put on so much weight that they become obese. These extra kilos are not just a “minor flaw”. Being overweight increases the risk of diabetes, urinary stones and other diseases. The cat’s quality of life and even life expectancy can be much diminished as a result. A high-fibre and satisfying diet with a moderate fat content is recommended to prevent excess weight and its consequences. The ideal food contains lots of protein to stimulate activity and a mineral content formulated specifically to protect the urinary tract.
Happy Cat Adult Sterilised Atlantic Salmon for adult, sensitive cats who tend to put on too much weight or for feeding after neutering is one such high-quality and nutritious food. The tasty complete diet contains just 10.5 % fat, yet still has a high proportion of easily digestible proteins from salmon and poultry. The low-calorie recipe ensures that your pet won’t put on weight despite reduced exercise, and yet will still feel full. The delicate recipe is produced without fish.
Amount of food for normal activity (g/day) - indoor cat
Amount of food for increased activity (g/day) - outdoor cat
|2 kg||30 g||35 g|
|3 kg||40 g||45 g|
|4 kg||50 g||55 g|
|5 kg||60 g||65 g|
|6 kg||65 g||70 g|
|7 kg||75 g||80 g|
|8 kg||80 g||90 g|
|9 kg||85 g||95 g|
|10 kg||90 g||100 g|
Provide fresh, clean water at all times and keep the water bowl some distance away from the food bowl. Individual cats have different needs, so the amounts stated above may be reduced by up to 15%.