Wild-caught Canadian fish is the main ingredient of this feline food. Canada is blessed with an abundance of fresh, unpolluted fish stock coming from the three oceans surrounding it and its many fresh water lakes and rivers. This is perfect biologically appropriate nutrition for any cat.
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The recipe contains 80% fish protein, is very low in carbohydrates and has a low-glycemic formula for good blood sugar and great overall health of your cat. This tasty diet is prepared from Canada’s freshest fish, fruits and berries and will keep your cat in shape and looking her all best all day.
Your cat shares her eating anatomy with the Near Eastern wildcat, which means she’s evolved for a diet rich and varied in fresh meat and fish, protein, and fat – not highly processed carbohydrates and starches.
Vitamins and Minerals – Complete, Balanced, Natural
Amino Acids – 100% Natural Source
Botanical Inclusions – Mirror the instinct to forage for grasses and weeds
Your cat or kitten is unique and her feeding requirements will vary with her environment, age, and activity. That’s why we suggest starting with the guides below, and then monitoring her weight and adjusting portions as needed. Feed twice daily and remember to always keep fresh, clean water available.
Use a standard 250ml/120g measuring cup. Serve dry or lightly moistened. See your veterinarian regularly. To help maintain freshness, we recommend sealing the bag tightly and storing it in a cool, dry location.
By providing more calories from protein and fat (and fewer from carbohydrates), ORIJEN Six Fish distributes calories to mirror the natural feline diet, reducing the risk of obesity and diabetes. Metabolizable Energy is 4120 kcal/kg (535 kcal per 250ml/130g cup) with calories distributed to support peak conditioning; 42% from protein, 15% from vegetables and fruit, and 44% from fat.