Made with Real & Delicious Farm-Raised Chicken
Formulated to Help Cats Live a Long, Healthy Life
Helps Support a Healthy Immune System
100% Complete & Balanced for All Life Stages
It starts with the four cornerstones of nutrition. High-quality protein helps support strong muscles, healthy carbs provide vital energy, essential fatty acids allow for a shiny coat and real chicken delivers a delicious taste they’ll love. With all 25 vitamins and minerals, Purina Cat Chow Complete Formula will make for one happy cat.
And for more reassurance when caring for your favorite feline, you can count on Cat Chow to craft every batch the right way. That means responsibly sourced ingredients, expertly prepared recipes produced in Purina-owned facilities and formulas fueled by the knowledge of hundreds of scientists and nutritionists. It’s all part of our commitment to do everything we can to help your cat thrive.
For more information about how we source all of our ingredients, check out Every Ingredient Has a Purpose.
Manufactured by: Nestlé Purina PetCare Company, St. Louis, MO 63164 USA
Purina Cat Chow Complete is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Cat Food Nutrient Profiles for all life stages.
Using a standard 8 oz measuring cup
|5 to 9 lbs.||1/2 to 3/4 cup|
|10 to 14 lbs.||3/4 to 1 cup|
These amounts are averages and your cat's needs may differ. Feeding amounts should be adjusted as necessary to help your cat maintain an ideal body condition.
Kittens generally nibble solid foods at 3 - 4 weeks of age. Keep moistened Purina Cat Chow Complete available to these kittens at all times. Just add one part liquid to three parts Purina Cat Chow Complete, changing frequently to ensure freshness. After weaning, at 6 - 8 weeks of age, kittens will normally eat dry or moistened food at will. Start a self-feeding program, leaving food in the dish at all times. Feeding amounts should be adjusted as necessary to help your kitten maintain an ideal body condition.
Purina Cat Chow Complete provides the extra nutrition needed by reproducing females in stages of gestation and lactation. Food consumption may vary during gestation, so feed the amount needed to maintain the pregnant female's good body condition. Food intake may double or even quadruple during lactation.
Changes in your cat’s diet should be made gradually to allow your cat to become accustomed to a new food. Substitute small amounts of the new food for the old food, gradually increasing the amount of the new food while decreasing the old food, over a period of 7 - 10 days. This gradual transition will help avoid dietary upsets.
Provide adequate fresh water in a clean container daily.
For your pet's health, see your veterinarian regularly.