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Felins Plus® Poultry & Fish: Natural Dry Food for Cats

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Felins Plus® Dry Food Poultry & Fish is a unique cat food with a high meat and fish content. It is cold pressed and 100% free of synthetic additives. Fed alongside Felins Plus® Meal Rolls or raw meat, it can aid healthy digestion. The cereals within Felins Plus® Poultry & Fish are highly digestible. The unique Naturavetal® cooking process, supports regular digestion, the valuable raw fibres and cellulose within each recipe, stimulate intestinal peristalsis making intestinal adhesions more difficult. 

The fats found in poultry meat are characterised by good usability. Fish provides high quality proteins. Green-lipped mussel powder is an essential, vital source of taurine, which provides natural support for the joints. The natural power of selected, air-dried fruits and vegetables provides vitamins and diatomaceous earth supplies mineral power. Coconut fat and salmon oil are valuable fats for healthy skin and shiny coats. Catnip adds taste and rounds off the food. Brewer's yeast also ensures a shiny coat, and seaweed algae provides natural calcium.

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Perfect complement to Meal Rolls and BARF

Felins Plus® Poultry & Fish is the perfect complement to BARF or the Felins Plus® Meal Rolls. The ideal percentage to feed is 80% wet food which contains meat and 20% dry food to ensure that the cat is always sufficiently hydrated. In this regard, it is good to know that a cat cannot go without water for more than two days. Therefore, you should make sure that you always provide your cat with enough fresh water to prevent bladder and kidney problems. Felins Plus® Poultry & Fish can also be used as a natural treat or as a special reward.

Feeding recommendation

Felins Plus® Poultry & Fish is the optimal supplement to BARF or to the Felins Plus® Meal Rolls. The ideal percentage to feed is 80% wet food containing mainly meat and 20% dry food, to ensure the desert cat is always sufficiently supplied with liquid and stays hydrated. In this regard, it is very good to know that cats cannot go without water for more than two days. Because two-thirds of their body consists of water, it is all the more important to offer mainly wet food and dry food as a supplementary part of their diet.

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Further information and frequently asked questions (FAQ) about Felins Plus® Poultry & Fish

Which cat food has a high meat content?

If you want to feed your cat a food containing a high meat content, then basically only wet food is suitable. All dry foods needs a proportion of vegetables to make it pressable into pellets. Since wet food does not have to be pressed, this proportion can be dispensed with. The cat is a former desert animal, so it is very important to feed a wet food, in order to supply it with sufficient liquid. 

However, not all wet foods are the same. Within the processing, ensure that there are no low-quality animal by-products such as claws or feathers, because cats needs high-quality protein sources to stay healthy and for a long life. The food should not contain unnecessary synthetic additives such as artificial vitamins, colourants or preservatives and should naturally provide the cat with everything it needs for a long, vital life. 

Therefore, take a look at the Felins Plus® Meal Rolls. These have a meat content of at least 87%, which makes them unique. Thanks to an open declaration of the ingredients, you can see exactly what you are feeding your cat. On our page "Change of food for cats" you will find all the important information that you should take into account when changing your cat's food.

Which grain free cat food is the best?

A cat food that advertises itself as grain free, but then contains potatoes, sweet potatoes, peas or similar carbohydrates in an unreasonably high proportion, is not really a species-appropriate cat food. Carbohydrates can provide valuable nutrients, energy and fibre if they can be easily digested and usable for the cat. However, cats are primarily a carnivore, so a high-quality cat food should contain meat for the most part and generally few carbohydrates, regardless of whether they come from the family of sweet grasses (cereals), or whether they belong to the morning glory family (sweet potato), nightshade family (potato) or legumes (peas).

It is much more important that you make sure that you feed your cat a species-appropriate cat food that contains a lot of meat. In addition, a species-appropriate cat food should avoid unnecessary synthetic additives such as artificial vitamins, flavourings and preservatives. Cats rely on their food to provide healthy amounts of fluid. So, the main food to feed a cat should therefore always be a wetfood.

On our guide page "The species-appropriate nutrition of the cat" you can find out more about what characterises a species-appropriate cat food. 

Why should cat food be grain free?

Cat food does not have to be grain free as long as the cat is not allergic to grain. However, cats with gastrointestinal sensitivities will benefit if only gluten free grains are used. A species-appropriate cat food represents a wet food that contains overall only a small proportion of vegetable ingredient, since cats are pure carnivores, they mainly need to eat meat.

 Unfortunately, the trend towards grain free feeding is so widespread that ingredients such as potatoes or sweet potatoes are now being processed instead of grain. They also tend to make up, a far too large a proportion of the overall recipe. However, all these ingredients are vegetable supplements that should only be processed to a small extent (maximum 10-15%) in a species-appropriate cat food. Take a look at the Felins Plus® Meal Rolls and see for yourself, a convenient ready meal for cats that contains a species-appropriate recipe.

Why is grain not good for cats?

There are cats that react to processed cereals and grains due to allergies or have intestinal sensitivities to gluten, which can be contained in various cereals. As a matter of principle, we only process gluten free cereals in the cold-pressed Felins Plus® Poultry & Fish. As a general rule, cats should only be fed a maximum of 20% dry food in their daily food ration, as the cat also obtains liquids through its daily diet. Dry food relies on a certain proportion of vegetable supplements in order to be pressable. 

However, the cat, as a pure carnivore, mainly needs meat to be species-appropriately fed. Carbohydrates, whether from grains, potatoes, sweet potatoes or similar, should only make up a small proportion of the food. Therefore, a wet food or self-prepared BARF is a species-appropriate form of feeding for cats. Should you be interested in BARF for cats? Then take a look at our guide "First steps to BARF for cats".

Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact us by phone. We are here to help you with comprehensive advice. You can reach us Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. by phone at 020 8531 7804 or mail info@naturavetal.co.uk.

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