BLUE Healthy Gourmet® Chicken Entrée For Kittens
As cat parents, we want our felines to love their food. But we want to love what’s in their food too. With BLUE Healthy Gourmet, you’ll both be happy.
Our Healthy Gourmet Chicken Entrée for Kittens is rich in flavor and has a savory gravy for an irresistible taste.
Of course, like all BLUE cat foods, BLUE Healthy Gourmet contains only natural, wholesome ingredients including:
- Delicious, protein-rich chicken
- Healthy garden veggies
- Antioxidant-rich fruit
- No chicken (or poultry) by-product meals, corn, wheat or soy
Look for BLUE Healthy Gourmet in Multipacks
Our Healthy Gourmet Kitten Chicken Entrée is now available in a convenient 6-count multipack.
Healthy Muscle Growth
High-quality protein from delicious chicken to help build strong muscles.
Healthy Cognitive Development
DHA, an essential fatty acid found in mother’s milk, to help promote cognitive development.
Strong Bones & Teeth
An optimal blend of Calcium, Phosphorus and essential vitamins helps promote healthy bone growth.
TRUE BLUE PROMISE
ALWAYS Starts with Protein-Rich CHICKEN
- NO Chicken (or Poultry) By-Product Meals
- NO Corn, Wheat, or Soy
- NO Artificial Flavors or Preservatives
|Crude Protein||11.0% min|
|Crude Fat||7.5% min|
|Crude Fiber||1.5% max|
*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Cat Food Nutrient Profiles.
BLUE Healthy Gourmet Paté Chicken Entrée for Kittens is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Cat Food Nutrient Profiles for growth.
Up to 20 weeks of age, feed as much as your kitten will eat in 3 or 4 feedings per day. 21 to 30 weeks of age, feed about 2/3 can per pound of body weight per day. 31 to 52 weeks of age, feed about 1/2 can per pound of body weight per day.
Refrigerate unused portion.
Be sure to have a clean bowl of cool, fresh water available at all times.
Note: Individual kitten'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.
1,440 Kcals/kg, 122 Kcals/can.