Smilla Adult Indoor

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: 4/5
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Complete dry cat food for adult indoor cats. It has an adjusted calorie content and is enriched with nutrients such as biotin and yucca schidigera. With plant fibre to help prevent hairball formation....further information
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Smilla Adult Indoor
Smilla Adult Indoor
Smilla Adult Indoor
Smilla Adult Indoor
Smilla Adult Indoor
Smilla Adult Indoor
Smilla Adult Indoor
Smilla Adult Indoor
Smilla Adult Indoor
Smilla Adult Indoor
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Product description

Complete dry cat food for adult indoor cats. It has an adjusted calorie content and is enriched with nutrients such as biotin and yucca schidigera. With plant fibre to help prevent hairball formation.

Smilla Adult Indoor Poultry dry cat food has been developed together with leading experts and is based on current scientific knowledge to specifically meet the needs of adult indoor cats.

Smilla Adult Indoor at a glance:
  • With vitamins A and E for healthy eyesight and beautiful skin
  • With biotin to support radiant skin and glossy fur
  • Reduced fat and energy content to maintain the ideal weight
  • For effective teeth cleaning with a special kibble shape and coating
  • With valuable proteins to support organ function
  • With plant fibres to move swallowed hairs through the system and prevent hairball build up
  • Highly digestible and well accepted for an optimum nutrient intake
  • With taurine to keep heart and eye function strong
  • With yucca extract to reduce stool odours
  • With linseed as a natural source of omega-3 and -6 fatty acids
  • Free from artificial colours, attractants and preservatives
  • Free from genetically modified ingredients in a balanced feline nutrition
  • In practical resealable packaging that is easy to open and keeps food fresh
The moderate energy content in this Smilla Adult Indoor food is ideal for indoor cats, which may have lower activity levels. This recipe contains fewer calories and less fat, helping your cat maintain an ideal weight.Smilla Special Nutrition has developed this product to ensure that your indoor cat receives a balanced, healthy and appropriate nutrition.

Smilla Finest Healthy Nutrition complete dry cat food Sensible - for a healthy and indulgent cat life from one year of age!

Smilla is available in the following sizes: 1kg, 4kg and 10kg

Ingredients

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Ingredients:
23% poultry protein (dried), rice flour, maize flour, maize, greaves, rice protein (dried), oils and fats, barley, beet molasses (desugared and dried), fish meal, apple pomace (dried), potassium chloride, linseed, sodium chloride, 0.1% yucca schidigera (dried), yeast (extracted and dried)

Energy per kg: ME (FEDIAF, 2021) 15.2 MJ / 3634 kcal

Additives per kg:
Nutritional additives: Vitamin A 15,000 IU, vitamin D3 900 IU, vitamin E 110 IU, vitamin B1 4mg, vitamin B2 4mg, calcium-D-pantothenate 10mg, niacin 45mg, vitamin B6 4mg, folic acid 3mg, biotin 435mcg, vitamin B12 65mcg, vitamin C 25mg, DL-methionine 4500 mg, taurine 1000mg, iron (ferrous sulphate monohydrate) 60mg, zinc (zinc oxide) 70mg, copper (copper(II) sulphate pentahydrate) 12mg, manganese (manganese(II) oxide) 14mg, iodine (calcium iodate, anhydrous) 1.4mg, selenium (sodium selenite) 0.2mg
Technological additives: Antioxidants: tocopherol extracts from vegetable oils

Analytical constituents

protein31.0 %
fat13.0 %
fibre4.5 %
ash7.0 %
calcium1.2 %
phosphorus0.9 %
magnesium0.08 %
moisture9.0 %
potassium0.65 %
sodium0.4 %
omega-3 fats0.2 %
omega-6 fats2.0 %

Feeding guide

Feeding recommendation:
Smilla Adult Indoor Poultry is a complete dry food for adult cats.
Food quantities given are recommendations only and should be adjusted according to the individual needs in order to maintain ideal body weight. If in doubt, please ask your vet. Kittens should be weighed regularly.
Please make sure your pet always has fresh drinking water.
 
Adult cat's weight Daily amount
2kg 25 - 35g
3kg 30 - 45g
4kg 35 - 50g
5kg 40 - 60g
6kg 50 - 70g
7kg 55 - 75g
8kg 60 - 85g
9kg 60 - 90g

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28/01/23|Jenny
: 2/5
Not impressed. Small kibble
I am disappointed with this kibble too small for adult cats to bite into. My cats swallow it whole - no good for scraping their teeth clean.
24/07/18|jen symonds
: 5/5
Adult Urinary- no more crystals in urine
My two Norwegian forest cats became very ill, both having blood and crystals in their urine and they began to lose weight. We spent a year going back and forth to the vets for antibiotics and a program of other "urinary" foods, still no improvement in either. I decided to try this and 2 weeks later they had both stopped having problems, I couldn't believe it, they are both happy, healthy cats again <3
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
03/05/18|Dg Chilton
: 5/5
My cats say yes
I have been buying Smilla beef for a long time now. Eight spoilt cats with five different flavour food to graze and it is always the beef that I have to replenish first. The cats have spoken, think they would leave home if I stopped buying Smilla beef. Recommend
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
03/05/18|Matt
: 5/5
My cats love the food. Quick delivery like usually. Many thanks
My cats love the food. Quick delivery like usually. Many thanks
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
08/09/17|Andy
: 5/5
Cats love it
I have three indoor cats and they love this cat food. We use to feed them another cat food and they never seemed to eat much but when we give them this you can see they like it. Good biscuits, fur seems good on the cats and doesn't make them hyper.
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk