BLUE™ Indoor Hairball Control Chicken & Brown Rice Recipe For Adult Cats
Formulated to support the health and well-being of your feline friend, BLUE for Cats features only the finest natural ingredients:
- Delicious, protein-rich, Deboned Chicken
- Wholesome whole grains and veggies
- NO chicken (or poultry) by-product meals
Our natural BLUE Indoor Hairball Recipe is holistically formulated to support the needs of indoor cats. It starts with carefully balanced calories to help indoor cats maintain an ideal body weight, plus it contains a unique blend of three natural fiber sources to help reduce hairball formation.Available in 3, 7 & 15-lb. bags.
Helps Control Hairballs
A unique blend of natural fiber sources — cellulose and psyllium seed husks — helps to reduce hairballs.
The carefully blended calories from proteins and fat help to maintain an ideal, healthy body weight.
Helps Promote Healthy Digestion
We use only the finest natural ingredients to ensure that beneficial nutrients are absorbed as fully and easily as possible.
Healthy Immune System
Essential vitamins, chelated minerals and important antioxidants help support the immune system.
Healthy Skin & Coat
An optimal balance of Omega 3 & 6 Fatty Acids helps promote a shiny coat and healthy skin.
Healthy Heart & Eyes
Taurine is an essential amino acid that cats require to help maintain heart and eye health.
|Crude Protein||32.0% min|
|Crude Fat||15.0% min|
|Crude Fiber||6.0% max|
|Omega 3 Fatty Acids*||0.5% min|
|Omega 6 Fatty Acids*||2.5% min|
*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Cat Food Nutrient Profiles.
BLUE Indoor Hairball Control Natural Chicken and Brown Rice Recipe Adult Cat Food is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Cat Food Nutrient Profiles for maintenance.
Calorie Content (ME Calculated): 3,669 Kcals/kg, 389 Kcals/cup
*Use a standard 8-oz. measuring cup.
Note: Individual cat's requirements may vary due to age, breed, environment, and activity level. Adjust food as required to maintain optimal body condition, and ask your veterinarian if you are unsure.