Wild country rabbit chicken - 100g

Wildes Land Rabbit Chicken is characterized by a high meat and offal content of 68%.

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  • Wildes Land Rabbit Chicken - 100g

    Wildes Land Rabbit Chicken is characterized by a high meat and offal content of 68%. It is produced on the basis of a grain-free recipe and does not contain any colorants, preservatives or flavourings. Wildes Land products are well accepted by cats - this proves to be a particular advantage when changing their diet. To meet your cat's daily requirements, the food is also rich in vitamins and minerals. Among other things, it contains zinc, vitamin D3, iodine, copper and taurine.

    Feeding recommendation:

    Weight of the cat/amount of food per day
    up to 3 kg: up to approx. 250 g
    3-5 kg: 250 - 350 g
    5-7 kg: 350 - 420 g
    from 7 kg: from approx. 420 g

    The total amount of food should be divided into two meals. Please always provide your cat with fresh water.
    The values given are guidelines and may vary. The amount of food required depends on your cat's body weight, age, breed, activity and exercise.


    Chicken 40% (heart, meat, liver, stomachs, necks), broth 28.7%, rabbit 28% (heart, liver), cranberries 2%, minerals 1%, safflower oil 0.3%
    Nutritional additives/kg:
    Vitamin D3 200 I.U., Zinc as zinc sulphate / monohydrate 15 mg, manganese as manganese II sulphate / monohydrate 3 mg, iodine as calcium iodate, anhydrous 0.75 mg, taurine 1,500 mg.


    Crude protein 10.4%, crude fat 5.8%, crude ash 2.5%, crude fiber 0.4%, moisture 80%, calcium 0.20%-0.26%, phosphorus 0.15%-0.19%*.
    *The phosphorus contained in the feed comes from purely natural sources and is not added. As the ingredients are natural products, the value can naturally fluctuate. In order to supply your animal with sufficient calcium and to achieve a suitable calcium-phosphorus ratio, calcium is added to the feed as it is only contained in meat to a limited extent. This results in the respective ranges in the quantities.