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Acana Feline Pacifica Cat and Kitten
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Acana Regionals Pacifica Biologically Appropriate Cat Food

R85.00 - R902.00 incl. VAT
Acana Feline Wild Prairie Cat and Kitten
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Acana Regionals Wild Prairie Biologically Appropriate Cat Food

R85.00 - R807.00 incl. VAT
Hill's Feline Optimal Care Adult Chicken & Turkey Pouch MultiPack (12 x 85g)
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Hill’s Feline Adult Chicken & Turkey Multipack Pouches

R159.00 incl. VAT
Hill's Feline Healthy Cuisine Roasted Chicken and Vegetables
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Hill’s Feline Adult Healthy Cuisine Roasted Chicken and Rice Stew

R16.00 incl. VAT
Hill's Feline Adult Indoor Cat
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Hill’s Feline Adult Indoor Cat

R436.00 - R1 158.00 incl. VAT
Hill's Feline Adult Perfect Weight with Chicken
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Hill’s Feline Adult Perfect Weight Chicken

R208.00 - R759.00 incl. VAT
Hill's Hairball Control Adult
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Hill’s Feline Hairball Control Adult

R208.00 - R540.00 incl. VAT
Hill's Optimal Care Adult Chicken
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Hill’s Feline Optimal Care Adult Chicken

R56.00 - R1 082.00 incl. VAT
Hill's Optimal Care Adult Tuna
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Hill’s Feline Optimal Care Adult Tuna

R246.00 - R816.00 incl. VAT
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Hill's Feline Optimal Care Adult Chicken - Can 85g
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Hill’s Feline Optimal Care Chicken Can

R14.00 incl. VAT
Hill's Feline Oral Care
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Hill’s Feline Oral Care

R208.00 - R540.00 incl. VAT
Hill's Feline Sterilised Cat Young Adult
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Hill’s Feline Sterilised Cat Young Adult

R208.00 - R379.00 incl. VAT

Your little kitten is all grown up, she has been sterilised at 6 months, and now she is 12 months old, an adult. She may still act like a naughty little kitten, but her nutritional needs have changed. She is now fully grown and will need the right levels of vitamins, minerals and nutrients to keep her strong and healthy in adulthood.

Adult cats are not as busy as they were as a kitten, so their food will need to change to an adult cat diet. Kitten food is too high in energy and this will only make your adult cat overweight. Speak to your vet if you are unsure about the food you need to feed her to ensure all her nutritional needs are met for each of her life stages.

When the time comes, transition her slowly from kitten food to adult food over a period of 5 to 7 days. This will get her used to the new taste and consistency. You can decide whether to start feeding her a kibble or wet food. Either way, she will receive all her nutritional needs if you choose the option your vet suggested.

Some adult cats may suffer from hairballs, allergies or sensitive teeth, and there are scientific foods on the market that specifically addresses these nutritional needs. They make sure your cat is well looked after with the right amount of nutrients.

Feeding  your adult cat a good, quality food will keep her going for years and years, spending everyday with her favourite person, You!