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It is OK to feed a kitten an adult cat formula.



Kittens have very specific nutritional needs. Their diet should include a precise balance of protein, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals. 

Kittens have very specific nutritional needs. Their diet should include a precise balance of protein, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals. 

Wet foods are supplemental feeding and the ingredients are not as important as they are in dry food.



All BLUE wet foods are complete and balanced meals, so ensuring quality ingredients is essential.

All BLUE wet foods are complete and balanced meals, so ensuring quality ingredients is essential.

Kittens should be switched to an adult formula at nine months of age.



At 12 months your kitten is now officially a cat and should be switched to a BLUE formula for adults! 

At 12 months your kitten is now officially a cat and should be switched to a BLUE formula for adults!