BLUE Freedom® Grain-Free Indoor Chicken Recipe For Kittens
Some cats just don’t do well with grain-based foods. That’s why we created BLUE Freedom canned food for indoor kittens. BLUE Freedom contains no grains, so it has no glutens. Glutens are known to trigger allergic reactions in some cats.
BLUE Freedom Grain-Free Chicken Recipe for indoor kittens is made with the finest natural ingredients—ingredients chosen with great care by our animal nutritionists to meet the special needs of cats who live indoors.
- A protein-rich recipe that includes cranberries to help keep the urinary tract functioning properly.
- The right blend of beneficial natural dietary fibers help push hairballs through the digestion process and minimize litter box odor.
- Carefully balanced calories in our proteins and fat help maintain an ideal, healthy body weight.
And like all BLUE foods, BLUE Freedom contains no chicken by-product meals, no corn, wheat or soy and nothing artificial.Available in 3-oz. cans.
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||10.0% min|
|Crude Fat||7.0% min|
|Crude Fiber||1.5% max|
|Omega 6 Fatty Acids*||0.75% min|
|Omega 3 Fatty Acids*||0.20% min|
*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Cat Food Nutrient Profiles.
BLUE Freedom Indoor Chicken 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.
1,370 Kcals/kg, 116 Kcals/can.